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February 3, 2010 | By Chris Foster
They seemed like insignificant numbers. UCLA sophomore guard Jerime Anderson didn't take a shot in a victory over Oregon State Saturday. He made three of four free throws for his points, had three assists, one rebound and turned the ball over once. Yet, at the end of his line on the box score was the number that mattered most: 16 minutes of playing time. "Getting 16 minutes from Jerime was huge," Coach Ben Howland said. "We didn't have that [in a loss to Oregon]
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April 24, 2012 | Chris Foster
Tony Parker, last of the blue-chip high school seniors on UCLA's basketball recruiting wish list, gave three reasons Monday after announcing that he had chosen the Bruins. Shabazz Muhammad, Kyle Anderson and Jordan Adams. Parker, a 6-foot-9, 280-pound center from Lithonia, Ga., was in the spotlight alone in making his choice later than most, but the moment he signified his decision by putting on a UCLA cap, he became part of a foursome. "I thought I would go somewhere where I could really succeed with the freshmen that came in with me," Parker said.
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February 15, 2012 | By Chris Foster
This was the way to go out. UCLA senior guard Jerime Anderson was adamant about that. The world will little remember what happened at the Sports Arena on Wednesday. UCLA has often put the "me" in mediocre this season. USC is barreling fast toward a school record for losses. Anderson, though, will always have this memory. UCLA's 64-54 victory over USC allowed him to leave the rivalry with a 5-4 record against the Trojans — barring a matchup in the Pac-12 tournament. "It means I won," Anderson said.
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March 8, 2012 | By Chris Foster
Arizona's Solomon Hill appeared to be the only one who showed up ready to play Thursday, as he helped the Wildcats carve out a 29-23 halftime over UCLA lead in the quarterfinals of the Pacific Life Pac-12 tournament at Staples Center. While others stumbled through the half, Hill, who played at Los Angeles Fairfax High School, was sharp. He had 14 points in the half. He made five of seven shots and was three for four on three-pointers. Hill's three-pointer gave the Wildcats a 4-2 lead.
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October 19, 2010 | By Ben Bolch
Lazeric Jones wants to make the rarest of transitions, from junior college player to UCLA starting point guard. Standing in his way is Jerime Anderson , the Bruins' incumbent starter who intends to retain his job. Somebody is going to be disappointed. Or maybe not. Said Jones: "Whoever's out there is going to be great. " Said Anderson: "I'm sure neither one of us will have a problem coming off the bench. " The politically correct discourse of media day has given way to a more spirited battle on the court in the Bruins' first five practices.
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November 15, 2011
When: 8. Where: Sports Arena. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 570. Records: UCLA 0-1, Middle Tennessee State 2-0. Update: UCLA senior guard Jerime Anderson will make his season debut after sitting out the opener while completing his suspension in connection with the theft of a laptop computer. Middle Tennessee State held Austin Peay and Loyola Marymount to a combined 36.3% shooting while playing a variety of defenses, including a trapping 1-3-1 zone and man to man. --Ben Bolch
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December 22, 2010 | By Ben Bolch
UCLA tonight vs. UC Irvine When: 7:30 p.m. Where: Pauley Pavilion. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket. Radio: 570. Records: UCLA 7-4, UC Irvine 6-5. Record vs. UC Irvine: UCLA leads 5-2 all-time. Update: Jerime Anderson experienced soreness in his buttocks after falling on it during a charge in the second half against Montana State, but Howland said the junior guard should be OK to play Thursday. UC Irvine leads the Big West Conference in scoring at 75.8 points per game.
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January 27, 2012 | By Chris Foster
UCLA Coach Ben Howland used two words to summarize the Bruins' performance against Utah on Thursday. "Senior guards," Howland said. Lazeric Jones and Jerime Anderson pushed the Bruins to a 76-49 victory over the lowly Utes, an example of less being more. The two guards logged heavy minutes in Oregon last week, but were able to catch their breath more Thursday. Anderson played 29 minutes and made five of six shots, scoring 13 points. Jones played 32 minutes, finishing with seven points, six rebounds and six assists.
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December 31, 2010
UCLA TODAY vs. Washington When: 1 p.m. Where: Pauley Pavilion. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 570. Records: UCLA 9-4, 1-0 in Pacific 10 Conference; Washington 9-3, 1-0. Record vs. opponent: 91-37. Update : Coach Ben Howland said point guards Lazeric Jones and Jerime Anderson would spend some time together on the floor to contest Washington's three-guard lineup of Isaiah Thomas, Abdul Gaddy and Venoy Overton.
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November 24, 2010
UCLA tonight VS. NO. 7 VILLANOVA When: 6 p.m. PST. Where: Madison Square Garden. On the air: TV: ESPN2. Radio: 570. Records: UCLA 3-0, Villanova 4-0. Record vs. opponent: 2-2 all-time. Update: Malcolm Lee practiced Tuesday and is expected to play against the Wildcats. Freshman guard Matt Carlino, sidelined since Nov. 8 because of a concussion, traveled with the Bruins to New York, but his status is uncertain. Lee and junior guard Jerime Anderson are the only current Bruins who played against Villanova in the 2009 NCAA tournament, but neither scored.
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February 17, 2012 | By Chris Foster
The best college basketball team in the Los Angeles area can build on its postseason resume with a strong performance in a nationally televised game Saturday. But enough about Long Beach State's "BracketBuster" game against Creighton in Omaha. UCLA is in New York to play St. John's at 10 a.m. in Madison Square Garden. No tangible rewards await the winner of the game between the 15-11 Bruins and 10-16 Red Storm. Still, UCLA Coach Ben Howland sees a marquee moment. "We thought it would be good exposure for the two biggest media markets, and to have it on CBS in the Garden is special," Howland said.
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February 15, 2012 | By Chris Foster
This was the way to go out. UCLA senior guard Jerime Anderson was adamant about that. The world will little remember what happened at the Sports Arena on Wednesday. UCLA has often put the "me" in mediocre this season. USC is barreling fast toward a school record for losses. Anderson, though, will always have this memory. UCLA's 64-54 victory over USC allowed him to leave the rivalry with a 5-4 record against the Trojans — barring a matchup in the Pac-12 tournament. "It means I won," Anderson said.
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February 1, 2012 | By Chris Foster
When: 6. Where: Alaska Airlines Arena, Seattle. On the air: TV: ESPN; Radio: 570. Records: UCLA 12-9, 5-4 Pac-12; Washington 14-7, 7-2. Update: UCLA is coming off what may have been its best performance of the season, a 77-60 victory over Colorado. Senior guards Jerime Anderson and Lazeric Jones have been efficient as a tandem. Both are averaging more than four assists a game. Washington received a boost from the return of reserve guard C.J. Wilcox, who sat out three games because of a stress fracture in his left leg. Wilcox made six of 10 shots and scored 15 points against Arizona on Saturday.
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January 27, 2012 | By Chris Foster
UCLA Coach Ben Howland used two words to summarize the Bruins' performance against Utah on Thursday. "Senior guards," Howland said. Lazeric Jones and Jerime Anderson pushed the Bruins to a 76-49 victory over the lowly Utes, an example of less being more. The two guards logged heavy minutes in Oregon last week, but were able to catch their breath more Thursday. Anderson played 29 minutes and made five of six shots, scoring 13 points. Jones played 32 minutes, finishing with seven points, six rebounds and six assists.
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November 15, 2011
When: 8. Where: Sports Arena. On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 570. Records: UCLA 0-1, Middle Tennessee State 2-0. Update: UCLA senior guard Jerime Anderson will make his season debut after sitting out the opener while completing his suspension in connection with the theft of a laptop computer. Middle Tennessee State held Austin Peay and Loyola Marymount to a combined 36.3% shooting while playing a variety of defenses, including a trapping 1-3-1 zone and man to man. --Ben Bolch
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October 12, 2011 | By Ben Bolch
Jerime Anderson is ready for the mean-spirited props that are sure to follow him this season wherever UCLA goes. "I anticipate everything — laptops in the crowd, a MacBook," the senior guard said Wednesday during the Bruins' media day. "I'm ready for anything. " Whatever taunts fans direct his way, they won't be nearly as bothersome as the uncertainty surrounding his future this summer. Anderson said he didn't know what to expect after he was arrested in July on suspicion of stealing a laptop from a building on campus.
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March 8, 2012 | By Chris Foster
Arizona's Solomon Hill appeared to be the only one who showed up ready to play Thursday, as he helped the Wildcats carve out a 29-23 halftime over UCLA lead in the quarterfinals of the Pacific Life Pac-12 tournament at Staples Center. While others stumbled through the half, Hill, who played at Los Angeles Fairfax High School, was sharp. He had 14 points in the half. He made five of seven shots and was three for four on three-pointers. Hill's three-pointer gave the Wildcats a 4-2 lead.
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September 19, 2011 | Staff and wire reports
The Big East and Big 12 conferences might join together in their fight for survival. School and conference officials from the two leagues have been discussing ways to merge what's left of them if Texas and Oklahoma leave the Big 12, a person involved in the discussions told the Associated Press. The person, speaking on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk publicly about what is going on behind the scenes, said Monday there has been dialogue between athletic directors and officials in the conference offices.
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July 27, 2011 | By Ben Bolch
Jerime Anderson, a reserve point guard on the UCLA basketball team, was suspended for at least the Bruins' season opener after being arrested Tuesday evening by campus police on suspicion of grand theft for allegedly stealing a laptop computer. Anderson, who averaged 5.1 points and 2.6 assists last season, has been barred from all team activities and could sit out additional games as a result of his arrest, according to a statement released by UCLA. He will miss the Bruins' game against Loyola Marymount on Nov. 11 at the Sports Arena, and his status with the team will be reevaluated as the legal process unfolds.
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