UCLA players caught shoplifting in China suspended indefinitely by Steve Alford

The three UCLA basketball players detained for shoplifting in China last week, LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and Cody Riley, have been suspended indefinitely by coach Steve Alford. In a press conference involving the three players and Alford on Wednesday, just a day after the trio returned from China, Alford announced the three will not travel with the team and will not suit up for home games. (CBS Sports)

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