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Ben Bolch

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Ben Bolch covers UCLA football, basketball and every other sport on campus. He previously covered Bruins basketball from 2010-11 but doesn't believe he deserves any blame for his hometown N.C. State Wolfpack temporarily halting John Wooden's run of national championships in 1974 when he was 2 months old.

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  • Winners and losers in the NBA free agency

    Winners and losers in the NBA free agency

    Strength in numbers was supposed to be a cutesy catchphrase denoting the team-oriented approach of the Golden State Warriors. It’s become a colossal understatement upon the arrival of superstar Kevin Durant. As far as the other 29 NBA teams go, it’s also something of a misnomer. The league is now...

  • Clippers sign big man Marreese Speights to one-year deal

    Clippers sign big man Marreese Speights to one-year deal

    The Clippers added some championship pedigree to their bench Friday, agreeing with free agent Marreese Speights on a one-year deal for the veteran’s minimum. The move considerably softens the departure of center Cole Aldrich and serves as a bargain find amid the more than $3 billion that has been...

  • Clippers shooting guard C.J. Wilcox breaks hand in summer league game

    Clippers shooting guard C.J. Wilcox breaks hand in summer league game

    Clippers reserve shooting guard C.J. Wilcox broke his right hand during the team’s opening summer league game and is scheduled to undergo surgery Friday. He’s expected to resume basketball activities in four to six weeks and be fully recovered in time for training camp. Wilcox, 25, appeared in...

  • Clippers reportedly agree to a two-year contract with forward Luc Mbah a Moute

    Clippers reportedly agree to a two-year contract with forward Luc Mbah a Moute

    The Clippers found a rare bargain amid the free-agency spending frenzy, reportedly agreeing Monday to a two-year, $4.5-million contract with veteran forward Luc Mbah a Moute. The deal first reported by the Vertical was for the Clippers’ biannual exception and includes a $2.3-million player option...

  • Kevin Durant opts for the Golden State Warriors in a free agency upset

    Kevin Durant opts for the Golden State Warriors in a free agency upset

    When Kevin Durant strode onto a stage to accept the NBA’s most valuable player award two years ago wearing a blue suit matching the Oklahoma City Thunder’s uniforms, he held his adopted city in a tight embrace and seemingly never wanted to let go. He thanked fans and detailed the contributions...

  • Clippers up the ante; Jamal Crawford is all in

    Clippers up the ante; Jamal Crawford is all in

    If at first you don’t succeed, make a better offer. The Clippers retained the heart of their second unit on Sunday after vastly improving their proposal to Jamal Crawford.  The star sixth man agreed to a three-year, $42-million contract after an initial smaller offer had left him hesitant about...

  • Clippers lose another free agent as Cole Aldrich agrees to sign with Minnesota

    Clippers lose another free agent as Cole Aldrich agrees to sign with Minnesota

    The Clippers lost another free agent they wanted to keep on Sunday when backup center Cole Aldrich agreed to a three-year, $22-million contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Keeping Aldrich was considered something of an uphill climb for the Clippers because they did not own his so-called Bird...

  • Wesley Johnson, Austin Rivers are in; Durant is out for Clippers

    Wesley Johnson, Austin Rivers are in; Durant is out for Clippers

    The Clippers received some disappointing, albeit not surprising, news Saturday: Kevin Durant will not join them. The team learned that the superstar free agent had eliminated it from consideration as he continued to meet with suitors and narrowed his choices. Durant informing the Clippers they...

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