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Gonzaga, UCLA set for Nov. 23 showdown in Las Vegas

Gonzaga’s non-conference schedule, already one of the best in program history, just got a whole lot better. The long-discussed Gonzaga-UCLA contest has been finalized for Nov. 23 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, a GU source confirmed.

What you can find at Resorts World Las Vegas

Resorts World Las Vegas opened Thursday featuring more than 3,500 guest rooms and suites via three Hilton hotels, a mammoth casino, 100,000 square feet of nightclubs, restaurants, retail stores, a spa and a 5,000-seat concert venue. Here’s a look at what guests will find there:

Gonzaga’s Mark Few assisting USA Basketball’s Select Team

Gonzaga coach Mark Few will be part of the coaching staff for USA Basketball’s Select Team. It’s the second time Few has helped the Select Team, which will work with the National Team as it prepares for the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

Final Four rematch: Gonzaga, UCLA closing in on November meeting

The on-again, off-again potential Gonzaga-UCLA matchup appears to be back on again. The Zags and Bruins are closing in a showdown as part of a probable four-team multi-team event (MTE) in November, likely in Las Vegas, but details are still being ironed out.

Las Vegas deals defending champion Seattle 1st loss 96-80

Jackie Young had 21 points and 10 rebounds, A’ja Wilson added 18 points, 11 rebounds, five assists and three blocks, and the Las Vegas Aces held off the defending champion Seattle Storm 96-80 to avenge a season-opening loss.

Raiders sign CB Casey Hayward to 1-year deal

The Las Vegas Raiders have signed free agent cornerback Casey Hayward to a one-year deal, adding needed experience to a young secondary that has struggled in recent years.

Liam Lloyd and dad Tommy share separate NCAA Tournament journeys with Grand Canyon, Gonzaga

“It was like I imagined it would be, but definitely different being a first-person experience,” said Liam, a freshman guard with the Antelopes. “It’s something that I experienced by myself and did myself and with my team so it was really cool.”Even cooler – the Lopes are in the same West Region as top-seeded Gonzaga and both squads are in Indianapolis, home of NCAA Tournament for the next three-plus weeks.

Round 3: Gonzaga, BYU tangle for WCC Tournament title

The first two meetings weren’t exactly instant classics, but BYU coach Mark Pope believes his team can change that in round three against No. 1 Gonzaga. The Zags and second-seeded Cougars tangle Tuesday at 6 p.m. for the WCC Tournament title at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.

Gonzaga putting in work during break before WCC tourney opener

The games have stopped for now, but not the work."This is just a time for us to continually get better behind closed doors and put the work in,” freshman point guard Jalen Suggs said. “One thing I’ve really been working on is jump shots, repping it out and getting a ton of shots up. In doing that, my jump shot is going to feel a lot better. Just working on going into every day and getting 1 percent better until we step on the floor the next time.”