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4’s Up — Join us as we roll into 2021

The Bruin content will continue to fly in 2020 as we look ahead to 2021

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The 2020 fall athletics season may be cancelled — but we’re not going anywhere! That’s right, here at Bruins Nation, we don’t plan on being anywhere else through 2020 and into 2021.

Eventually, we’ll get some sort of semblance of normalcy back and we’ll start seeing your UCLA Bruins in action on the hard court, the football gridiron, in a stadium or on the field.

Until then, you can count on us here to continue finding the content, generating content and generally relaying all relevant UCLA news and analysis to you. While it may not be news coming in droves like we thought we’d have in August, September and November, we’ll still be bringing you daily posts and links of other relevant news as we normally would.

While there will be a lot fewer new stories to report on, the content will still be here. We ask that you join us on this journey as we all navigate through the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent shut down of all Pac-12 athletics through the calendar year.

The Bruins are formidable foes at every level, and so today, we’ll take a look at some of the professional UCLA players that are making waves.

Like that of James Kaprielian who made his MLB debut in the Oakland Athletics win over the San Francisco Giants this past weekend.

Without further ado, here are your UCLA links to the pro Bruins in the news for August 18.

Oakland A’s: James Kaprielian shows promise in MLB debut

James Kaprielian has mixed results in MLB debut in A’s win vs Giants

(pick which one you want to believe there ^)

End of season review: Jrue Holiday at his best with less on his plate

Pelicans’ Jrue Holiday: Key to consistency is ‘having time together’

Pelicans not concerned about Lonzo Ball despite disappointing bubble performance

Chicago Bulls: Expert lays out Zach LaVine extension scenario

Kevin Love reveals Cleveland’s No. 1 priority this offseason