2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11W 119-80
- 11/13W 102-87
- 11/17W 88-68
- 11/20W 114-77
- 11/24W 99-77
- 11/25W 82-71
- 11/27W 74-67
- 11/30W 98-56
- 12/31W 97-92
- 12/10W 102-84
- 12/14W 102-62
- 12/17W 86-73
- 12/21W 82-68
- 12/2821L 89-87
- 12/30W 76-63
- 1/5W 81-71
- 1/8W 89-75
- 1/12W 104-89
- 1/14W 83-82
- 1/19W 102-80
- 1/2114L 96-85
- 1/25L 84-76
- 2/1W 95-79
- 2/4W 107-66
- 2/95W 82-79
- 2/12W 78-60
- 2/18W 102-70
- 2/23W 87-75
- 2/254W 77-72
- 3/1h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/4h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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The guys talk about the Oscars blunder with Adnan, whether Lonzo Ball could force his way to the Lakers, Kanell blaming millennials and Villanova's Jay Wright.
ESPN NBA analyst P.J. Carlesimo covers LaVar Ball's remarks about his son Lonzo Ball's future, how Deron Williams and Andrew Bogut fit with the Cavaliers, the Pelicans' outlook and Joel Embiid's potential.
The guys give their thoughts on the blunder at the Oscars last night, plus could Lonzo Ball actually force his way to the Lakers and tales from pickup hoops.
Bomani Jones host of The Right Time on ESPN joins the Morning Show to talk about the Oscars meltdown, LaVar Ball's comments and conflict between Shaquille O'Neal and JaVale McGee.
Andy Katz & Seth Greenberg discuss Gonzaga's surprising loss, UCLA's big win and weigh in on what it means for the brackets. Plus, a chat with Villanova's Jay Wright.
As a result of UCLA's 77-72 win over Arizona on Saturday night, the Bruins rise to a projected No. 3 seed. The Wildcats drop to a No. 3 seed after the loss.
There are plenty of coach of the year candidates, but Dickie V has managed to trim his list to six. And it's hard to argue with any of them.
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith talks about LaVar Ball's remarks about his son Lonzo Ball's future, the Celtics' trade deadline inaction and the Cavaliers' expected signings of Deron Williams and Andrew Bogut.
The Jayhawks own the Big 12. Well, that's nothing new, right? With Gonzaga finally falling, Kansas, fresh off its 13th Big 12 title, sits on top of the world as Selection Sunday approaches.
On the last Saturday in February, upsets and statement wins dominated the college basketball landscape. Which win was the best? Vote now.
UCLA is known as the most explosive offensive team in the nation, but its defensive intensity was the reason it was able to beat Arizona on Saturday.
Bruins handling stiff competition
UCLA has performed well against top-5 teams during the past few months, most recently avenging a previous loss to Arizona by taking down the No. 4 Wildcats on the road Saturday night.
LaVar Ball, father of UCLA star Lonzo Ball, said he wants his son to play for the Lakers but clarified an earlier statement saying the freshman phenom would play for only the storied franchise.
Thomas Welsh scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half and No. 5 UCLA dominated the offensive boards to beat No. 4 Arizona 77-72 in a Pac-12 showdown Saturday night.
Eamonn Brennan ESPN Staff Writer
Just a reminder: Less than a year ago, someone flew a plane over Westwood with a "Fire Steve Alford" sign trailing behind it. Talk about your all time backfires.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
UCLA has some absolute ballers, man. But their defense/toughness late against both Oregon and Arizona got wins. (And they can fill it up.)
Points Per Game91.61st
Rebounds Per Game39.429th
Assists Per Game21.71st
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