Tape-Delayed UCLA Games in Pauley Helped Launch a Legend's Career
Dec. 14, 2012

Dick Enberg, one of the legends of sports broadcasting, shot to national prominence when he was hired by KTLA to be the television voice of UCLA Basketball. Among his duties was to call tape-delayed broadcasts of home games in Pauley Pavilion that developed a big cult following. (more)

Paving the Way for Women's Athletics
Nov. 8, 2012

As UCLA's first female scholarship athlete and the first four-time All-American in college basketball history, Ann Meyers Drysdale built more than her share of memories in Pauley Pavilion, including winning a national championship there in 1978. (more)

Straight Talk with Bill Walton
October 25, 2012

One of the legendary figures in Pauley Pavilion history is Bill Walton, who dominated collegiate basketball in the 70's. Once a man of few words, Walton worked hard to overcome a speech impediment and become one of the most popular sports broadcasters in the game. (more)

A Volleyball Visionary
October 21, 2012

If there is one person who did more for the sport of men's volleyball in this country, that person would be Al Scates. The UCLA coaching legend, who retired at the end of last season after 50 years, helped bring men's volleyball to NCAA status and kept UCLA at the forefront with a record 19 NCAA titles. (more)

In the Wrong Place at the Right Time
October 18, 2012

When Mary Lou Retton clinched the gold medal with a perfect 10 on vault at the 1984 Olympics in Pauley Pavilion, two people with unauthorized floor access became part of the celebration - her coach, Bela Karolyi, and a younger reporter who would go on to become a prize-winning journalist, Rick Reilly. (more)

Perfection in Pauley Pavilion
October 12, 2012

One of the most prestigious events ever held in Pauley Pavilion was the 1984 Olympic gymnastics competition. The U.S. men's team, led by a trio of Bruins, won team gold for the first time ever, but it was a 16 year-old from West Virginia named Mary Lou Retton who stole the show and cemented her place into Olympic lore. (more)

The House That Wooden Built
October 5, 2012

John Wooden's daughter Nan shares memories about Pauley Pavilion, including her fondest memory, which came during the last-ever men's basketball game in the arena before the renovations. (more)

Reflections on Pauley Pavilion's History
September 27, 2012

Veteran journalist Larry Stewart opens his 10-part series on the history of Pauley Pavilion by sharing some memories of the iconic arena, including his first experience in Pauley during Bill Walton's debut as a Bruin in 1970. (more)

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