Diane Pucin

Covers UCLA sports for the Los Angeles Times

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The   UCLA basketball team   is back in the   Final Four   for the third time in the past 3 years.  They’ll play  Memphis  which has only been in the Final Four 3 times in its history.

UCLA vs. Memphis at the Final Four: A Rematch 35 Years in the Making

The UCLA basketball team is back in the Final Four for the third time in the past 3 years. They’ll play Memphis which has only been in the Final Four 3 times in its history.

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