One of the most hilarious Christmas movies of all time has come to the stage, and you can be there for all the laughs. Elf: The Musical will delight audiences throughout the month of December in numerous locations throughout the country. The upcoming performances on Sunday, Dec. 4 take place in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and Little Rock, Arkansas. Tickets to the New Brunswick show start at $57, while tickets to the Little Rock musical start at $52. You and your family won’t want to miss the opportunity to see Elf: The Musical this Holiday Season!
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The UCLA Men’s Basketball team is off to a high flying start this season. They are undefeated thus far after an impressive Wooden Legacy tournament championship and are leading the nation in scoring. The Bruins lead the nation with an astonishing 97 points per game, which is unheard of for a college basketball team. A lot of NBA teams aren’t even averaging that mark and they play 8 more minutes than their college counterparts. The Bruins have four players averaging more than 15 points per game and are led by senior guard Bryce Alford (17.0 PPG) and freshmen forward TJ Leaf (17.1 PPG). The Bruins also have highly touted freshmen Lonzo Ball from Chino Hills who averages 16 points a game. Most impressively is the fact that the balanced Bruins are shooting 45% from the 3 point line. If these Bruins continue to put up numbers like this it will be a historic season for one of the most prestigious basketball problems in NCAA history.
As good as the 8-0 Bruins have started this season; they still have several big games before conference play begins in late December. The Bruins travel to Kentucky (the number one team in the nation) on Saturday December 3rd, which will prove how good this team really is. They also have two key games at Pauley Pavilion against Michigan on December 10th and Ohio State on December 17th. There are still plenty of UCLA Men’s Basketball tickets available for all three of these key match ups.
Pac 12 conference play begins in late December for the UCLA Bruins as they take a trip up north to face conference favorite Oregon on December 28th and Oregon State on December 30th. The key games to look out for this year are against always solid Arizona (home January 21st and on the road February 25th), against their red hot cross town rivals USC (home January 25th and on the road February 18th), and several other important games (vs. Cal January 5th, at Colorado January 12th and vs. Oregon February 9th).
The Bruins finish the season with the Pac 12 Tournament in Las Vegas at the brand new T-Mobile Arena. The tournament was moved to Las Vegas in 2013 after 11 seasons in Los Angeles at the Staples Center. The tournament runs from Wednesday March 8th through Saturday March 11th and is the unofficial kick off to everyone’s favorite time of year, March Madness.
The Bruins have been a solid team for the last few years, but haven’t returned to their championship form since 1995. The program has a rich history of championships including 7 in a row in the late 60s and early 70s. With the Bruins off to a hot start, a lot of people in Pasadena have championship aspirations, but their team will only go as far as the high octane offense will take them. A good mix of veteran and freshmen superstars has UCLA Men’s basketball feeling like they could return to glory and raise banner number 12 this year.
Christmas Day is perhaps the most highly anticipated day of the year. It’s a day of gift giving, spending time with family and loved ones, and taking time to celebrate. In what can also be a busy and exhausting day, why not take in an exciting game of NBA basketball? The NBA Christmas Game: Minnesota Timberwolves vs Oklahoma City Thunder tips off at 7 p.m. You can get your seat to the action. Tickets start at $22.
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Way back in the summer of 2014, James Harden stirred NBA controversy by asserting that not only was he the best player in the NBA, but that he was the best NBA player alive. Later in 2015, James Harden then went further to state that in his opinion, he was the most valuable player to the Houston Rockets, something which subsequently had Harden labeled as aggressive and overly egotistical.
The only problem is that while people might love to loathe James Harden’s hubris, he is a strong, if not the strongest contender for the title of the best player in the NBA. The reason?
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If you’re looking for some family-friendly activities this holiday season, you can never go wrong with good music. There’s something about being at a concert during the days and weeks leading up to Christmas that puts a smile on anyone’s face and gets you in the holiday spirit. The Radio City Christmas Spectacular Shows at Radio City Music Hall is sure to be a crowd-pleasing event, and it’s one you wouldn’t want to miss out on. This special night of incredible sounds will take place throughout the end of November, all of December and to Jan. 2 at New York City’s Radio Music Hall. With numerous performances almost every day in this six-week span, there’s sure to be a day with your name on it. Tickets to the next showing, Monday, Nov. 28, start at $82.
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