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UCLA honors Jackie Robinson, renames sports facilities in tribute | Big League Stew - Yahoo Sports

"We've got a chance with a back-to-back going to Milwaukee to really make this a good week for us, win two out of the three." Milwaukee (7-6) likely presents a more formidable opponent than the Magic and Pacers, though the Bucks were beaten 108-97 at Washington in the first meeting Nov. 1. That marked the first time Paul Pierce got to face Jason Kidd, the man who coached him last season in Brooklyn. It ended in ignominious fashion for Pierce, who was ejected in the first half. The Wizards were without an injured Bradley Beal in that contest. Beal has returned to average 16.5 points in two games off the bench after being out following left wrist surgery. Beal's 24.8 scoring average against Milwaukee is his highest against any Eastern Conference foe.
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(UCLA on continue Twitter) On the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's enrollment at UCLA, athletic director Dan Guerrero announced that the university's 22 athletic facilities will be renamed the Jackie Robinson Athletics and Recreation Complex, in lasting tribute to the man who broke baseball's color barrier. The announcement was made at a special ceremony on Friday that celebrated the life and legacy of the four-sport standout.Robinson played baseball, football and basketball and ran track at UCLA from 1939-41. Robinsons No.42, will be placed in-ground at the entrance of each facility to remind students of his courage. That includes Pauley Pavilion, the John Wooden Center, and the J.D. Morgan Center, among others.
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