UC Davis head coach Jim Les helped cut down the nets when his Aggies won the Big West tournament title earlier this month.
UC Davis head coach Jim Les helped cut down the nets when his Aggies won the Big West tournament title earlier this month. Jae C. Hong The Associated Press
UC Davis head coach Jim Les helped cut down the nets when his Aggies won the Big West tournament title earlier this month. Jae C. Hong The Associated Press

UC Davis coach Jim Les gets another chance at Bill Self and Kansas in NCAA Tournament

March 16, 2017 08:32 PM

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