Thursday, 21 September 2017 02:50

UCLA Men's Hoops Schedule Finalized

Written by  UCLA Official Press Release


All 31 of UCLA’s regular-season games will be televised live


Celebration 300LOS ANGELES– UCLA will have all 31 regular-season men’s basketball games televised live this season, the Pac-12 Conference announced Tuesday.


The Bruins will have at least 12 games broadcast by the ESPN family of networks, including the season-opening game against Georgia Tech in Shanghai (Nov. 10) and two games in Kansas City, Mo., as part of the Hall of Fame Classic (Nov. 20-21). Nine of UCLA’s conference games will be televised on the ESPN family of networks.


UCLA will have four games nationally televised by Fox Sports 1, including home games versus California (Jan. 25) and Oregon State (Feb. 15) and road contests at Stanford (Jan. 4) and Oregon State (Jan. 18).


Three games will be broadcast by CBS, all on consecutive Saturday afternoons in the Pacific time zone. CBS will air UCLA’s game at Michigan (Dec. 9), the Bruins’ home contest one week later against Cincinnati (Dec. 16) and a non-conference showdown against Kentucky in New Orleans as part of the CBS Sports Classic (Dec. 23).


Pac-12 Network is scheduled to carry 12 regular-season contests, including the team’s first two home games in Pauley Pavilion against Central Arkansas (Nov. 15) and South Carolina State (Nov. 17). UCLA’s games against UC Irvine (Nov. 26), CSU Bakersfield (Nov. 29), Detroit Mercy (Dec. 3), Montana (Dec. 6), South Dakota (Dec. 19), Washington (Dec. 31), California (Jan. 6), Colorado (Jan. 13), Stanford (Jan. 27) and Arizona State (Feb. 10) will also be aired by the Pac-12 Network.


In addition, the Bruins will host an exhibition game against Cal State Los Angeles in Pauley Pavilion on Wednesday, Nov. 1. That contest will be televised live by the Pac-12 Network.


The Bruins return three key contributors from last season’s team in seniors Thomas Welsh and G.G. Goloman and junior Aaron Holiday. Returning from a redshirt year are sophomores Prince Ali and Alex Olesinski.


UCLA also welcomes a group of seven freshmen, an incoming class that has been ranked No. 5 in the nation by The Bruins’ incoming group is headlined by a pair of McDonald’s All-Americans in Jaylen Hands (San Diego) and Kris Wilkes (Indianapolis, Ind.).


Season tickets, the Bruin Fast Pass and non-conference single-game tickets are now on sale and can be purchased online (click here).

Fans interested in purchasing tickets for UCLA’s game in Shanghai can click here.


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