UCLA suspends 3 basketball players after shoplifting arrest in China

Head coach Steve Alford announced the indefinite suspension today, saying "These are good, young men who have exercised an inexcusable lapse of judgment, and now they have to live with that."
0:42 | 11/15/17

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These are good young men. Who have exercised an inexcusable lapse lapse of judgment. And now they have to live with that these three young men warming suspended indefinitely from our program. As we work through the review process. With university's office of student conduct. During that indefinite suspension. There will not travel with the team normally shoot up for home games. At some point they may be permitted to join team workouts practices. And meetings with that timeline as yet to be determined. There will have to earn their way back we will cooperate fully with the university review of this matter. And will use this time to focus on their academics.

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