UCLA Basketball Full Schedule Released


The UCLA Basketball team announced their full schedule for the 2015-16 season along with television schedule.

One of the most exciting parts about a new school year is a new season of UCLA Basketball. With the new season comes new excitement, new players, and new competition. A few weeks ago we got a taste of what the schedule would look like but we didn’t get the full details until yesterday.

Luckily for UCLA fans, all of the regular-season games will be televised live this season. So even if you can’t make it to the game firsthand, you don’t have to miss a single minute of the game.

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UCLA announced that 13 of the games will be broadcasted by ESPN networks including the match-ups against Kentucky, Gonzaga, and all games of the Maui Jim Maui Invitational. Both games against Arizona will be nationally televised and the home games against USC, Utah, and Oregon. Away games against Oregon State, Arizona State and California will also be televised by ESPN networks.

The Washington and Colorado games, will be broadcasted on Fox Sports. The Stanford game will also be broadcasted although they will only be playing the Bruins once in Stanford.

CBS will be presenting the game against North Carolina in New York and the Pac-12 road game at Oregon.

Last but not least, Pac-12 Networks will be broadcasting 12 of the match-ups including Monmouth, Cal Poly, PepperdineCSUN, Long Beach State, Louisiana-Lafayette, McNeese State, Washington State, Arizona State, Washington State, USC and Oregon State.

If you’re anything like me and that was a lot to take in all at once and keep track of, take a look at the chart below. This should help you keep track of it all:

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(Exh) – Exhibition Game

* Maui Invitational Tournament Game

** in New York, Barclays Center

If you can’t make it to the most anticipated games, such as the match-ups against Kentucky, Gonzaga, USC and Arizona, at least you can count on watching the game on a TV or online thanks to ESPN.

Overall this is going to be a very exciting season! There are some great match-ups on the schedule and we all hope to see the Bruins come back stronger this year at home, but especially away from their home-court as well.

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