UCLA Pauley Pavilion

UCLA Pauley Pavilion

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🏀🎂On April 15, 1942 Walt Hazzard was born in Wilmington, Delaware. Hazzard attended Overbrook High School in Philadelphia, where his teams went 89–3 and he was named the city's player of the year when he was a senior. Hazzard then went on to UCLA, where he became a key player on the Bruins varsity basketball team. In Hazzard's first season on the varsity squad, UCLA made their first Final Four appearance in the 1962 NCAA Tournament. UCLA’s first undefeated season in 1963–64 was in no small part due to Hazzard, his backcourt partner Gail Goodrich, and Coach John Wooden. The team won its first NCAA Championship, and Hazzard was selected by the Associated Press as the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Hazzard was chosen as an All-American and also selected as College Player of the Year by the United States Basketball Writers Association. Hazzard and Bill Bradley earned a spot on the 1964 Olympic basketball team for the U.S., which won the gold medal. Hazzard was pre-draft territorial pick in 1964 by the Los Angeles Lakers. Hazzard played in the NBA, first with the Lakers (1964–1967), then the Seattle SuperSonics (1967-1968), Atlanta Hawks (1968-1971), Buffalo Braves (1971-1972), and briefly for the Golden State Warriors (1972-1973). He returned to the SuperSonics for the 1973–74 season, after which he retired from professional basketball. While playing for the Supersonics in their inaugural 1967–68 season, Hazzard scored a career high 24 points per game, averaged 6.2 assists and 4.2 rebounds per game and was selected to play in the 1968 NBA All-Star Game. He would go on to coach at Compton College (1980-1982), Chapman University (1982-1984) and UCLA (1984-1988). In the summer of 1972, Hazzard embraced Islam, and started going by the name "Mahdi Abdul-Rahman" in 1972–73, his 8th season in the NBA. In 1976–77, he returned to study at UCLA, completing his degree in kinesiology at age 35. By 1980 when he joined Compton, he changed his name to Abdul-Rahman Hazzard. One of the reasons he cited was the recognition of the name Hazzard. On November 18, 2011 Hazzard died at the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center due to complications following heart surgery. He was 69. His number 42 jersey was retired by UCLA in 1996 in Pauley Pavilion, but Hazzard gave his permission for stand-out recruit Kevin Love to wear the number.🎂🏀 (Photo Credit: Basketbal Archives)
NCAA 初體驗 - 南加州的世仇之戰 UCLA Vs. USC
這感覺大概就像,百事可樂跟可口可樂,
但我覺得用「清交梅竹賽」來比喻會更有感受,
不夠他們的世仇淵源,真的很深很扯很激動。
雖然兩支球隊近期都不是強權,
但UCLA有一個目前沒有其他大學能突破的紀錄!
下支影片告訴大家!
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P.s能看到「天鉤賈霸」,這場太值得了!
@ UCLA Pauley Pavilion
📕On December 10, 1973 UCLA’s Bill Walton and Maryland’s Len Elmore were both featured on the cover after the Bruins 65-64 win on December 1st at Pauley Pavilion. The 4th-ranked Terrapins began Elmore’s and Tom McMillen’s senior season, 1973-74, on the road against the top-ranked Bruins. UCLA had won a record 76 consecutive games at Pauley Pavilion. Since the NBA’s Capital Bullets were practicing and playing at Maryland’s Cole Field House while the Capital Centre was being completed nearby, Lefty Driesell got some of the pros to work with the Terps. Hall of Famer-in-waiting Wes Unseld helped Elmore prepare to defend Walton. At the suggestion of sophomore shooting guard Mo Howard, Driesell also had Maryland hold some practices at midnight to prepare for the 9 pm start in Los Angeles. That’s how the now-traditional “Midnight Madness” to the start of college basketball season began. The Terrapins fell behind 65-57 with just 3:37 remaining. But they scored the next 7 points, and when UCLA freshman Richard Washington missed a one-and-one, the visitors had the ball and 22 seconds to pull off the upset. Elmore had been Maryland’s most effective weapon with 19 points and 14 rebounds while Walton registered 18 points and 27 rebounds but made just 8 of 24 shots. However, Driesell called for “The Special,” a pick-and-roll on the right side of the court with John Lucas and McMillen. Lucas was supposed to drive and dish to McMillen at the top of the key if his path to the basket was blocked but Lucas stepped out of bounds. Although Maryland lost the game, the Terps went on to win 23 of its remaining 27 games. During the season, the Bruins' 88 game winning streak would end. The defeat was a 71–70 decision to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Coincidentally, the Bruins' last loss was to Notre Dame and Austin Carr in 1971 by a score of 89–82. In the postseason, UCLA's record streak of seven consecutive national titles was broken. North Carolina State defeated the Bruins 80–77 in double overtime in the NCAA semi-finals.📕 (Photo Credit: SI Online)
#SI65 #UCLA #Maryland #Bruins #Terrapins #Terps #BillWalton #LenElmore
Wishing a heartfelt congratulations to our friend and ambassador Miss Val on her incredible successes and upcoming retirement. It was truly a site to behold at UCLA Pauley Pavilion last weekend, and we cannot wait to see what you do next!

Thank you for joining us #ByHERSide 💗
Trump was crazy about the Nobel Prize to stop North Korea from destroying the nuclear reactor but be missed, that prize maybe to Xi is the first prize and the second prize is to Putin! Trump even didn't know Kim under their control. Now Trump may be harm by Xi's economic to be the deadlock! Later he prays Xi to connect economic between China and the USA!
Trump was crazy about the Nobel Prize to stop North Korea from destroying the nuclear reactor but be missed, that prize maybe to Xi is the first prize and the second prize is to Putin! Trump even didn't know Kim under their control. Now Trump may be harm by Xi's economic to be the deadlock! Later he prays Xi to connect economic between China and the USA!

Be a champion. Join us. Edwin W. Pauley Pavilion is an indoor arena located on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles, California. It is home to the UCLA Bruins men's and women's basketball, volleyball, and gymnastics teams.

Operating as usual

10/10/2012

UCLA Athletics

31 days until opening weekend of New Pauley Pavilion and exactly 1 month until the UCLA men's basketball season opener against Indiana State. Tickets for opening night are available here: http://ucla.in/O366ZU

10/02/2012

Want to be part of an epic Pauley Pavilion TV spot?

Email [email protected] by tonight with your name, a photo, and availability on Oct. 14 and 15.

09/28/2012

Excited?

Finishing touches, including landscaping and window washing, continue to move forward for Pauley Pavilion, reopening Nov. 4. http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/welcome-back-pauley-week-to-usher-238770.aspx?link_page_rss=238770

09/27/2012

UCLA Alumni

The new Pauley is one step closer to opening. Today, the sign over the door was uncovered. Welcome back to UCLA!

09/26/2012

UCLA Pauley Pavilion's cover photo

09/26/2012

UCLA Athletics

Pauley Pavilion will soon be re-opening its doors! UCLA will host a variety of events during "Welcome Back Pauley Week" Oct. 28-Nov. 4. Get all the details here: http://ucla.in/PPdr1V

05/13/2010

Groundbreaking Gallery

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to view the photographs from the May 11th Groundbreaking Ceremony.

campaignofchampions.com Major Construction Project Will Bring Iconic Campus Facility Into The 21st Century With Infrastructure Improvements And World-Class Amenities

uclabruins.com 05/13/2010

UCLA Breaks Ground at Legendary Pauley Pavilion - UCLA OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE

uclabruins.com Signaling the start of the transformation of one of the nation's most famous athletic and student-use facilities, UCLA Chancellor Gene Block and UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero led the groundbreaking celebration for the renovation of Pauley Pavilion.

[01/16/10]   Since the Campaign's launch in May 2009, hundreds of supporters raised over $60 million. While it has been challenging for many members of the Bruin community, we're grateful to those who made gifts & pledges so that we may transform Pauley Pavilion into one that will benefit the entire campus. Please invite friends & family to join us by becoming fans of this page so they too receive the latest updates.

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