LaVar Ball may have really done it now. On Monday the senior-most Ball announced that he was pulling his middle son, LiAngelo, from UCLA. Big Ball was upset that the school had placed his son and two other students—Cody Riley and Jalen Hill—on indefinite suspension after the three student-athletes were caught…
I hate to say that UCLA great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is haterating in this dancerie, but the NBA legend isn’t upset that LiAngelo Ball and two other UCLA players (Cody Riley and Jalen Hill) got caught stealing in China; he’s more annoyed that the middle Ball child is cruising campus in a Ferrari.
LiAngelo Ball and two other UCLA men’s basketball players who had been arrested on shoplifting charges in China last week have been allowed to return home.
LiAngelo Ball, the younger brother of the Los Angeles Lakers’ Lonzo Ball, and two other UCLA men’s basketball players were released on bail early Wednesday morning after being arrested in Hangzhou, China, on shoplifting charges.
There’s dumb and then there’s dumb, and I’m not quite sure what I mean by that yet, except that apparently LiAngelo Ball and two other UCLA men’s basketball players may be both kinds of dumb, after reports of their being arrested in China on shoplifting charges just days before Friday’s season-opening game against…
Black Lives Matter activists on two Southern California college campuses shut down scheduled appearances by anti-BLM critic, pro-police advocate and author of the book The War on Cops Heather Mac Donald.
Not only did UCLA’s Hallie Mossett get into formation, but the gymnast’s floor routine from February has gone viral.
While Lonzo Ball is getting geared up to lead the UCLA Bruins into March, and his brothers, LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball, were busy starring for Chino Hills High School, burglars were busy breaking into the family’s Chino Hills, Calif., home.
Fliers posted around UCLA promoting a "white students" group have been removed, officials confirmed Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Authorities have identified the UCLA gunman in the murder-suicide on campus Wednesday as Mainak Sarkar, a former doctoral student who accused his victim of stealing his computer code and giving it to someone else, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Updated Wednesday, June 1, 3:30 p.m. EDT: Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck declared the UCLA campus safe after confirming that the shooter was one of two men killed in a small office in a building on the campus’s engineering complex, the Los Angeles Times reports.