Highlighted by Lonzo Ball as the No. 2 overall selection by the L.A. Lakers, UCLA saw four of its former players chosen in the 2017 NBA Draft. Let's take a closer look at the historic evening.
UCLA had four former players selected in the 2017 NBA Draft at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Thursday night. Congrats to Lonzo Ball, TJ Leaf, Jonah Bolden and Ike Anigbogu.
Two years in Westwood and one season in Serbia, congratulations to former UCLA big man Jonah Bolden on being chosen No. 36 overall by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 2017 NBA Draft.
A former standout at UCLA and Foothills Christian High School, TJ Leaf has been considered by many analysts to get selected in the first round of Thursday evening's NBA Draft in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Take a look at the pre-draft process with former UCLA big man Ike Anigbogu. And be sure to watch tonight's NBA Draft on ESPN (from Brooklyn, NY). Coverage begins at 4 pm (PT).
Congrats to Isaac Hamilton, Jerrold Smith and Bryce Alford on graduating from UCLA. These three seniors walked the stage in Pauley Pavilion as part of the athletic department's annual student-athlete graduation ceremony the night of Thursday, June 15.
With Monday evening's Golden State Warriors win, the UCLA basketball program has now seen its former players win the NBA Finals on 31 times. This year's Warriors team included UCLA's Matt Barnes and Kevon Looney, as well as fifth-year general manager Bob Myers.
The Bruins have finalized their 13-game non-conference schedule for the 2017-18 season. Season ticket packages are on sale now, starting at less than $19 per game. To secure seats in Pauley Pavilion for the 2017-18 season, call (310) 206-5991.