Tuesday, November 30

Pro Bruin Rundown: Moses Brown traded to the Celtics, Michaela Onyenwere named Rookie of the Month

This post was updated June 27 at 9:43 p.m. Jrue Holiday, Milwaukee Bucks; Moses Brown, Boston Celtics, NBA The last Bruin left standing in the NBA playoffs helped keep his team alive for at least another round this weekend. Read more...

Photo: Former Bruin and current Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday secured the final defensive stop Saturday in overtime of game 7 against the Brooklyn Nets to earn his first career conference finals appearance. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Superlatives: Daily Bruin Sports recognizes UCLA’s outstanding 2020-2021 athletes

Female Athlete of the Year: Rachel Garcia Coral Smith, Daily Bruin senior staff After her phenomenal 2019 season, one might have thought we had witnessed the greatest year of Rachel Garcia’s UCLA career. Read more...

Photo: (Lauren Ho/Design director, Photos (left to right): David Rimer/Assistant Photo editor, David Rimer/Assistant Photo editor, Ashley Kenney/Photo editor)

Top Moments: Daily Bruin showcases the best of sports in 2020-2021

After a delayed start because of the COVID-19 pandemic, UCLA Athletics had quite a year full of big moments. Ranging from adding national championship No. 119 to its trophy case to a revival of a long-storied program to a Michelle Obama tweet, Daily Bruin Sports takes a look at the very best moments of the 2020-2021 year in UCLA sports. Read more...

Photo: (Lauren Ho/Design director, Photo: David Rimer/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA basketball’s Izzy Anstey recounts immigration obstacles, joining Bruin family

Izzy Anstey packed her bags and placed them in the hallway leading to her front door. The freshman forward from Melbourne, Australia – who signed her letter of intent to join UCLA women’s basketball in November 2019 – was counting down the days until she could join her new teammates across the pacific. Read more...

Photo: UCLA women’s basketball’s Izzy Anstey did not play a single second for the Bruins during the 2020-2021 season because of travel restrictions keeping her in Australia. (Courtesy of Caren Nicdao/UCLA Women’s Basketball)

Former UCLA women’s basketball players reunite as members of Seattle Storm

Two former Bruins will once again share the court this year, this time in the Emerald City. Minutes after senior forward Michaela Onyenwere was selected with the sixth overall pick in the 2021 WNBA Draft on April 15, another former UCLA women’s basketball player was on the move. Read more...

Photo: Former UCLA women’s basketball guards Jordin Canada and Kennedy Burke advanced to at least the Sweet 16 in each of their three years together as Bruins. The duo will reunite on the defending WNBA champion Seattle Storm this season. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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