Sunday, April 30

W. hoops fall to Washington State

W. hoops fall to Washington State Despite Hughes’ 23 points, UCLA overcome by WSU, 85-80 By Hye Kwon The UCLA women’s basketball team had a relatively successful night of shooting from the floor against Washington State on Thursday night. Read more...



Pauley: a virtual house of pain for Huskies

Pauley: a virtual house of pain for Huskies Washington invades Pauley Pavilion for men’s hoops Pac-10 home opener By Randy Satterburg Daily Bruin Staff Plain and simple, Pauley Pavilion has been a house of horrors for the Washington men’s basketball team over the years. Read more...


To all you Santas out there, thanks

To all you Santas out there, thanks Juan Payan, a 7-year old from Watts, is not what a journalist would call a good quote. "Juan, did you have fun today?" "Yes." "What did you do?" "Played." "Why was it so much fun?" "It was fun." Like all 7-year olds, Juan may not be a conversationalist yet, but his gap-toothed grin, glowing as he ripped open a brown grocery bag that revealed a football and a wiffle ball with bat made up for it all. Read more...



Teaching the lessons of life

Teaching the lessons of life UCLA’s legendary coach John Wooden takes pride in his role as a teacher not only of basketball, but of life. By Christian Schreiber Daily Bruin Staff It’s easy to get lost in the numbers John Wooden produced in his 27 years as the head coach of the UCLA men’s basketball team because, well, they’re staggering. Read more...