UCLA filed a formal appeal with the NCAA on Wednesday regarding freshman Shabazz Muhammad being ruled ineligible to play basketball for violating amateurism rules.
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Former Bishop Gorman star Shabazz Muhammad is the the center piece of an NCAA investigation and is expected to stay behind when his new team, UCLA, leaves for China on August 22nd for an exhibition tournament.
Las Vegas – Shabazz Muhammad will play college basketball at UCLA. The Bishop Gorman High senior has chosen the Southern California campus over Kentucky and Duke. The six-foot-six Muhammad says he also considered UNLV, before […]
Las Vegas – Bishop Gorman’s Shabazz Muhammad put up big numbers in the McDonald’s All American game with 21 points and 6 rebounds on his way to the Most Valuable Player honors, helping the West […]
Las Vegas – The big story here in Vegas this week was the possible NCAA violations involving the number one high school recruit in the country Shabazz Muhammad from Bishop Gorman, the man who broke […]
Justin Hawkins scored 25 points and Mike Moser had 16 points and 20 rebounds in his UNLV debut as the Rebels opened the season with an 83-66 win Friday against Grand Canyon.