2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13L 84-81
- 11/15W 88-83
- 11/19W 81-67
- 11/23W 77-75
- 11/245L 92-73
- 11/25L 80-77
- 11/29W 77-45
- 12/31W 87-77
- 12/6W 83-76
- 12/1220W 71-66
- 12/15W 89-80
- 12/1911L 89-76
- 12/22W 67-53
- 1/1L 96-93
- 1/3L 85-78
- 1/77W 87-84
- 1/9W 81-74
- 1/13L 89-75
- 1/20W 82-73
- 1/23L 86-72
- 1/28L 86-84
- 1/30W 83-50
- 2/4L 80-61
- 2/1217L 81-75
- 2/14W 78-65
- 2/18L 75-73
- 2/20W 77-53
- 2/25L 75-63
- 2/27L 79-70
- 3/29L 76-68
- 3/5L 86-82
- 3/9L 95-71
- Full Schedule
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
UCLA incoming freshman Kobe Paras has withdrawn from the university "due to academic conditions of his admission not being met," per the school.
North Carolina coach Roy Williams is taking a page out of Willie Nelson's book. Kentucky's unapologetic program channeling Beyoncé? There's a song out there for every top-25 team.
Ball ranked No. 5 in 2017 Draft Class
UCLA's Lonzo Ball is one of the most unique prospects in recent years with a penchant for launching Steph Curry-esque 3s. Will Steve Alford let him keep shooting? Who's next? (Insider)
The 2016 NBA draft is just one day away, but it's not too soon to identify future prospects. The next crop of NBA All-Stars will be playing college hoops next season for the nation's top teams.
Only four of college basketball's best would-be teams remain. John Wall and Kentucky face Russell Westbrook's UCLA squad. Jabari Parker and Duke meet Kevin Durant's Texas team. Cast your vote!
After 10 years of one-and-done NBA draft prospects, we thought about a world where players stayed in college for three or four years. The would-be rosters are pretty daunting. You pick the best.
Bruins could have added to banners
What if the NBA played by the same draft rules as the NFL, and players had to stay at least three years in college? UCLA would've had great title chances in 2008 and 2009. What if it was three-and-done?
The appetite for the next reality TV show seems to keep growing. So each top-25 college basketball team must have a candidate for that future show's star. Who's yours?
The Bruins beat No. 1 Kentucky, but the season was a tedious slog. UCLA hopes that changes with the arrival of a player called "the next Steph Curry."
It's all relative when it comes to rankings
ESPN didn't rank prospects when LeBron James was coming out of high school, but there's no doubt the King would have been No. 1. Teammate Kevin Love actually was the top ranked player in his 2007 class, and Kyrie Irving was No. 3 in 2010. Rankings' perspective (Insider)
UCLA already has three commitments in its 2017 class, but Steve Alford and the Bruins are aiming high for their final two scholarships.
Freshmen can change the shape of nearly every top-25 college basketball roster, and next season's group is no different. Each top-25 team has a new player to get familiar with.
Are Bruins back on upswing?
It has been a restless summer after UCLA missed the NCAA tournament. But Steve Alford appears to have the talent to return to the field and the upper reaches of the Pac-12. Revised Way-Too-Early Top 25
Oregon finished on top of the Pac-12 last season and made a run to the Elite Eight. With loads of talent returning, will the Ducks continue their reign?
The Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena was sent off with one last national anthem and a champagne toast from city leaders on Thursday.
Looks like a great encore for UCLA
Steve Alford and the Bruins are following a 2016 class that featured two five-star prospects with another quality group. It's currently topped by point guard Jaylen Hands. Best 2017 recruiting starts (Insider)
Bruce Pearl has Auburn off and running in the 2017 recruiting battle. Which other teams have made early progress?
Which teams have enjoyed the most NCAA tournament success since 2000? Kansas' recent run to the Elite Eight vaulted the Jayhawks up the list.
Bruins bag another impressive class
With two players in the top 15 and another in the top 100, UCLA is well represented in the ESPN 100. The Bruins continue to hold a strong place in the minds of recruits. See the full rankings
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