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John Wooden memorial could clog traffic near UCLA

June 26, 2010 |  9:46 am

Thousands of people are expected to attend Saturday morning's public memorial for legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, and that could cause traffic congestion around the Westwood campus.

The memorial at Pauley Pavilion will begin at 11 a.m. and can be viewed on UCLA's website.

The entrance to the Intramural Field will be from the east at Wilson Plaza, between the John Wooden Center and the North Athletic Field.

According to UCLA: "Approximately 6,000 seats in Pauley Pavilion's middle and upper levels will be available to the public on a general admission basis. The doors to Pauley Pavilion will open at 9 a.m. Per University policy, no overnight camping will be allowed and anyone on campus prior to 5 a.m. will be asked to leave. Attendees will enter through the Intramural Field. The entrance to the IM Field will be from the east at Wilson Plaza between the John Wooden Center and the North Athletic Field."

Check here for traffic conditions. For full coverage of the Wooden memorial, visit The Times' Sports page.

-- Shelby Grad

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