UCLA’s basketball game against Arizona State postponed again – Daily News

The UCLA men’s basketball game against Arizona State on Wednesday night has been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols within ASU’s program, both schools announced on Monday night.

The fifth-ranked Bruins (8-1 overall, 1-0 Pac-12) were originally scheduled to host Arizona State on New Year’s Day before COVID-19 protocols in UCLA’s program forced an initial postponement. A new rescheduled date for the game will be announced when finalized with Pac-12 officials. The Bruins are actively looking to schedule another game this week, the school said.

UCLA has seen its return to the court delayed several times already this season, and earlier games against Alabama State (Dec. 15), North Carolina (Dec. 18) and Cal Poly (Dec. 22) were all canceled.

Tickets purchased for UCLA’s home game against the Sun Devils will be valid for the rescheduled date, once it is finalized. Ticket purchasers with questions should contact UCLA’s Central Ticket Office via email at cto@tickets.ucla.edu.

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