UCLA men’s basketball coach Steve Alford said Monday he has had no update on the status of three freshmen players who are suspended indefinitely after being detained in China. LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley, and Jalen Hill were held on suspicion of shoplifting at three luxury stores in Hangzhou during the Bruins’ visit in conjunction with the season opener against Georgia Tech. The case made international headlines, especially with President Trump in China for a highly publicized tour of Asia.
Aaron Holiday got a scooping layup to drop just before the final buzzer Tuesday night, giving No. 23 UCLA a 72-70 victory over Wisconsin in the third-place game of the Hall of Fame Classic. The Bruins (4-1) trailed 65-59 with about 4 minutes left, but Holiday knocked down two 3-pointers and converted two free throws to spur the comeback. Wisconsin tied it 70-all when Khalil Iverson made the second of two foul shots with 31.5 seconds left, but that was enough time for UCLA.
UCLA assistant coach Tyus Edney’s famed 4.8-second dash, which propelled the program to the 1995 national title, came at the expense of Missouri. So it was fitting that a final-second layup by another diminutive Bruins guard proved to be the difference Tuesday during the third-place game at the Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City, Mo. Wisconsin didn’t make it easy, but the Badgers never make it easy during the Bo Ryan-Greg Gard era. On this night, No.
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Selecting a term
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