UCLA's storied athletic program is rolling with the Jumpman and the Swoosh. Jordan Brand and Nike have entered into a multi-year agreement with UCLA to outfit all its athletes.

At 21 years of age, UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi might be close to aging out of the prime years for most women in her sport, but you wouldn’t know it after this weekend. Ohashi wowed audiences at the Under Armour’s 2019 Collegiate Challenge in Anaheim, Calif., notching a perfect score of 10 for a Michael Jackson-inspired […]

Shareef O’Neal was projected to be one of the top college basketball players in the nation after arriving at the campus of UCLA. However, the son of NBA great Shaquille O’Neal will have to postpone his hoop dreams after announcing he’s in need of heart surgery.

LaMelo Ball’s college career is over before it even had a chance to start. The formerly UCLA-bound, eventually, teenager has signed with an agent, thus his amateur career is a wrap.

LiAngelo Ball sat down with his father LaVar Ball with NBC's TODAY Wednesday morning (Dec. 5), and detailed his "horrible" jail stay in China.

Donald Trump is mad at LaVar Ball as evidenced by Twitter where the president fired off messages that he should have kept the UCLA players in China's jail.


Donald Trump is back stateside after his now infamous Asia trip and is already acting a fool on Twitter. The Russia co-signed POTUS took to Twitter to demand an apology from LiAngelo Ball and his UCLA basketball teammates for getting them out of trouble. 

Let’s go ahead and give LiAngelo Ball, and his teammates Jalen Hill and Cody Riley, Donkey of the Day for the rest of the month. The UCLA basketball players are facing house arrest in China after allegedly stealing sunglasses from a Louis Vuitton store. 

LiAngelo Ball, the younger brother of Los Angeles Laker rookie Lonzo Ball, was among three UCLA basketball players arrested in China for allegedly shoplifting. The team is in country to play Georgia Tech on Friday in Shanghai. 

Adding a little something extra to her floor routine turned this UCLA gymnast into a viral sensation. Last weekend, Sophina DeJesus incorporated rap’s new dance crazes, into a flawless routine that sent the cheering crowd to its feet.

The current 2015-2016 school year is still very young and fraternities are already acting an ass.

Good news for Diddy (who could really use some right about now). Neither the coaching staff or UCLA Bruins football players are really concerned about the alleged attempt assault that blew up the Internet yesterday, June 23.