UCLA freshman guard Kyle Anderson injured his right wrist in Tuesday night’s game and is expected to undergo X-rays and/or an MRI today, his father told SNY.tv.
“Kyle injured his right wrist last night while diving out of bounds in the first half [in No. 13 UCLA's 80-79 OT win over UC-Irvine],” Kyle Anderson Sr. said. “He came back in the first half after leaving in obvious pain.
“He will have X-rays and/or an MRI today.”
Anderson finished with 10 points, 7 rebound and 0 assists. To read more of this story, click here
By ADAM ZAGORIA and JOSH NEWMAN
As previously reported by SNY.tv, UCLA freshman guard Kyle Anderson was cleared on Wednesday afternoon by the NCAA and can begin play with the Bruins, who open Nov. 9 with Indiana State in Westwood.
Late Wednesday afternoon, UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero released the following statement.
“UCLA was informed by the NCAA earlier today that freshman guard Kyle Anderson is eligible to play this season, and that the NCAA has found no evidence to substantiate claims of violations in his case. I am grateful to all those who were involved in the process. We are looking forward to opening our season on November 9 against Indiana State at New Pauley Pavilion.” To read more of this story, click here
Hall of Fame St. Anthony coach Bob Hurley said he hopes UCLA freshman Kyle Anderson is cleared by the NCAA and is able to compete this season.
The 6-foot-9 Anderson led St. Anthony to back-to-back New Jersey Tournament of Champions titles and a 65-0 record in his two seasons at the school. Among other things, the NCAA is looking into Anderson’s relationship with NBA agent Thad Foucher, who has a preexisting relationship with Kyle Anderson Sr. from their AAU days.
“I read about it, kind of read as much as I could about it and hope that it all gets resolved quickly because we’re going to try to see him over the Barclays Center in a few weeks [when UCLA plays in the Legends Classic Nov. 19-20],” Hurley told SNY.tv Thursday. To read more of this story, click here
Kyle Anderson Sr., the father of UCLA freshman guard Kyle Anderson, and NBA agent Thad Foucher have a preexisting relationship that dates back about a decade, sources told SNY.tv.
Anderson Sr. has known Foucher since the early 2000s through the AAU circuit, and Foucher met the son, known as “Lil Kyle,” when he was a youngster through his father. Before becoming an agent with the Wasserman Media Group, Foucher served as head coach of the New Orleans Jazz AAU Team from 1990-1998, according to his Wasserman bio.
The L.A. Times reported Saturday that the NCAA’s investigation into the 6-foot-9 Anderson and 6-5 wing Shabazz Muhammad is ongoing. In Anderson’s case, the NCAA is looking into the connection between him and Foucher, who now reps Anthony Davis, among others, and works with Arn Tellem. Casey Wasserman is a UCLA graduate and well-known Bruins booster. To read more of this story, click here
UCLA freshman guard Kyle Anderson is expected to be cleared by the NCAA to play this season, a source with direct knowledge of the case told SNY.tv Thursday.
“The UCLA compliance office is confident that he will be cleared before practice starts Oct. 12,” the source said.
The NCAA looked into the recruitment of the 6-foot-9 point guard in early August, the source said. To read more of this story, click here
In the wake of the news breaking that the NCAA was investigating the recruitment of prized UCLA freshmen Kyle Anderson and Tony Parker, Bruins Athletic Director Dan Guerrero released the following statement on Monday.
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The NCAA investigated UCLA freshmen Kyle Anderson and Tony Parker in early August, a source with direct knowledge of the investigation told SNY.tv.
Anderson and Parker were both cleared to go on UCLA’s trip to China later in August, and the source believes the investigation into those two has been completed.
Fueled by former St. Anthony star Anderson and the rest of the Bruins, UCLA went 3-0 during its China trip.
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Former St. Anthony star Kyle Anderson must like playing in China.
The 6-foot-9 forward posted his second double-double of UCLA’s three-game trip to the Far East, coming up with 21 points and 11 rebounds as the Bruins beat the Shanghai Sharks 92-63 Tuesday night. Sharks team owner Yao Ming met the Bruins after the game and posed for photos.
“I thought that I had a pretty good and complete all-around game,” said Anderson, who had 11 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists in the team’s first game of a 3-0 trip. “It just came along with the team game. It was about getting guys involved and defensive rebounds and doing things to allow the team to win.” To read more of this story, click here
Kyle Anderson played his first game in a UCLA uniform Saturday.
The game happened to take place in Beijing, China. Against Tsinghua University.
Hardly Kentucky, Duke or Kansas.
But the 6-foot-9 Anderson flashed his diverse talents by going for 11 points, 13 rebounds and six assists in UCLA’s 116-68 victory that kicked off a three-game trip. He has been playing a lot of point forward in the UCLA offense. To read more of this story, click here
UCLA-bound guard Kyle Anderson will undergo left thumb surgery on Monday and is expected to be sidelined for up to three months, his father told SNY.tv.
“Surgery is scheduled for Monday afternoon by Dr. Michelle Carlson, a highly respected hand specialist in New York,” Kyle Anderson Sr. told SNY.tv Friday.
The recovery time is expected to be approximately three months, putting him out of competition through July. To read more of this story, click here