Roundup: Jaylen Hands, Noah Dickerson testing NBA Draft waters

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UCLA

Thuc Nhi Nguyen reports that UCLA guard Jaylen Hands will enter the NBA Draft without hiring an agent. Hands averaged just under 10 points a game as a freshman in 2017-18.

Washington

Likewise, Washington forward Noah Dickerson will enter the NBA Draft without hiring an agent, Percy Allen reports. Dickerson and Hands have until May 30 to make up their mind on whether or not they want to return to their respective schools in 2018-19.

Utah

The Pac-12 men’s basketball season is now officially over with Utah losing to Penn State in the NIT finals (highlights courtesy of ESPN2 and Pac-12.com). Penn State won 82-66 despite Sedrick Barefield’s 22 points.

USC

USC men’s basketball forward Harrison Henderson will transfer, he announced Wednesday (Los Angeles Daily News). The 6-foot-10 forward will have two years of eligibility after sitting out next season.

California

Jon Wilner gives us an update on all things Cal Athletics in this post. You can find updates on the AD search, potential cuts, Title IX and more.

Arizona State

Sebastien Emanuel of The State Press writes that Arizona State women’s basketball is set up for a successful 2018-19 season.

Oregon

Oregon softball defeated Oregon State 4-1 Thursday in Corvallis, nabbing its 16th straight win over the Beavs (Pac-12 Networks recap).

Washington State

Jackson Gardner of The Daily Evergreen gives us a Washington State-Washington rowing preview. The rivals sqaure off Saturday morning on the Montlake Cut.

Arizona

Here are five things we’ve learned about Kevin Sumlin’s recruiting strategy at Arizona, as told to us by Michael Lev.

Colorado

Brian Howell catches up with former Colorado cornerback Chidobe Awuzie, who earned a starting nod for the Dallas Cowboys by the end of the season. The two discuss his rookie season in the NFL.

Oregon State

Oregon State baseball lost to Utah 8-7 Thursday in Salt Lake City, dropping to 20-3 overall and 5-2 in Pac-12 play. Trevor Larnach hit a grand slam for his eighth round-tripper of the season in the loss.

Stanford

For your celebrity gossip – TMZ is reporting that Richard Sherman got married to his longtime girlfriend in the Dominican Republic on Tuesday. Congrats, Sherm!

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