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Josh Smith, center for UCLA, had an unfortunate incident with the air and a basketball on Tuesday night. Smith, who has been the ire of many UCLA fans due to not performing up to high expectations, did himself no favors when he airballed a layup against UC Irvine late in the second half. Smith has been criticized for being too slow and overweight over his first two seasons, which has led to a mere playing time averaging 17 minutes a game. This GIF will not help make matters any better. Rush The Court summed it up perfectly, playing off of Rudy: The Josh Smith era summed up in one GIF gif.mocksession.com/2012/11/josh-s… — Rush the Court (@rushthecourt) November 14, 2012 via Mocksession Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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The NCAAs decision to rule UCLA freshman guard Shabazz Muhammad ineligible has left his family distressed. The family has decided to speak out through a statement to CBSSports.com.
They are not pleased with the way the NCAA has handled the situation.
Shabazz and his family have been cooperating with the NCAA for well over a year, the statement read. Earlier this year, the NCAA...
UCLA is expected to file a formal appeal with the NCAA on Wednesday afternoon regarding its decision to declare freshman basketball player Shabazz Muhammad ineligible due to a violation of amateurism rules, people close to the situation who were not authorized to speak publicly told The Times.
UCLA's case is expected to be heard before the NCAA appeals committee this Friday...
A conversation overheard on an Aug. 7 commuter flight from Chicago to Memphis, Tenn., has prompted attorneys representing UCLA basketball player Shabazz Muhammad to call for the NCAA to drop its investigation and declare him eligible.
The conversation came to light in an email from an attorney who said she was seated behind a man who was speaking loudly about the work of his girlfriend...
Shabazz Muhammad's family released a statement in reaction to the NCAA deeming him ineligible hourse before UCLA's first game...
UCLA filed a formal appeal with the NCAA on Wednesday regarding
freshman Shabazz Muhammad being ruled ineligible to play basketball
for violating amateurism rules.