USC men’s basketball game vs. Stanford postponed because of COVID issues

Days after USC’s men’s basketball program returned from its pause because of COVID-19, another of the seventh-ranked Trojans’ upcoming conference games has been postponed.

Saturday’s matchup with Stanford in Palo Alto has been postponed because of COVID-19 issues within Stanford’s program, the two schools announced Wednesday. USC and Stanford are working with the Pac-12 on rescheduling their conference matchup.

For the Trojans, it’s the third Pac-12 game to be postponed this season. USC has only played two conference games. It was all set to begin its full conference schedule last weekend, but USC’s positive cases forced it to take a long pause. This saw the games against Arizona State and Arizona State postponed.

USC still has a game scheduled against California on Thursday in Berkeley. This will be its first game in three weeks. As of Tuesday, USC coach Andy Enfield said that he still was expecting to face Stanford on the second leg of the team’s Bay Area trip.

You can read the entire story at LATimes.com.

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