Men's Basketball Los Angeles Trip Postponed Due to COVID Protocols at USC and UCLA
The Sun Devil men's basketball games at USC (Dec. 30) and UCLA (Jan. 1) have been postponed due to COVID protocols at each of the opponents.
USC and UCLA will work with the Pac-12 and Arizona State to reschedule the games on mutually agreed upon dates.
USC's home games against ASU on Dec. 30 and Arizona on Jan. 2 have been postponed due to COVID-19 protocols within the Trojans' basketball program.
USC will work with the Pac-12 and the teams to reschedule the games on mutually agreed upon dates.https://t.co/aL4R6kRs41
— USC Men's Basketball (@USC_Hoops) December 24, 2021
UCLA's upcoming home games against Arizona (Dec. 30) and Arizona State (Jan. 1) have been postponed.
— UCLA Men's Basketball (@UCLAMBB) December 24, 2021
ASU is next scheduled to play Saturday, Jan. 8, vs. Arizona in Tempe. The game will tip between noon-2 and time will be set at a later date. FOX is working with NFL flex scheduling for the final weekend of the NFL regular season, as some games could switch to Saturday.
USC's game vs. Oklahoma State in Oklahoma City on Dec. 21 was canceled on Dec. 19 due to confirmed COVID-19 cases within the Trojans program. The program paused all team activities at that time. UCLA has not played since Dec. 11.