UCLA Basketball Games Against Arizona, Arizona State Postponed

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The UCLA men’s basketball games against Arizona and Arizona State scheduled for next week at Pauley Pavilion have been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols within the Bruins’ program, the university announced today.

UCLA was scheduled to face Arizona Thursday and Arizona State New Year’s Day. Rescheduled dates for those two games will be announced when they are finalized with the Pac-12 Conference.

All tickets purchased for those games will be valid for the rescheduled dates. Ticket purchasers with questions should contact UCLA’s Central Ticket Office via email at cto@tickets.ucla.edu.

The Bruins’ team-related activities remain paused.

Each of UCLA’s last five scheduled games have been canceled or postponed. The Bruins have not played since Dec. 11 when they defeated Marquette, 67-56, improving to 8-1.

UCLA remained fourth in the first Associated Press Top 25 poll released after the Marquette game, then dropped one spot to fifth in the poll released Monday.

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