In this Aug. 30, 2017 photo,  California women's basketball head coach Lindsay Gottlieb, right, poses for a photo with her son Jordan next to assistant coach Kai Felton and her son Weston in Berkeley, Calif.  The California women's basketball players suddenly have two tiny teammates on board for this season, the new sons of Gottlieb and Felton.
In this Aug. 30, 2017 photo, California women's basketball head coach Lindsay Gottlieb, right, poses for a photo with her son Jordan next to assistant coach Kai Felton and her son Weston in Berkeley, Calif. The California women's basketball players suddenly have two tiny teammates on board for this season, the new sons of Gottlieb and Felton. Marcio Jose Sanchez AP Photo
In this Aug. 30, 2017 photo, California women's basketball head coach Lindsay Gottlieb, right, poses for a photo with her son Jordan next to assistant coach Kai Felton and her son Weston in Berkeley, Calif. The California women's basketball players suddenly have two tiny teammates on board for this season, the new sons of Gottlieb and Felton. Marcio Jose Sanchez AP Photo

Baby boom: Two little boys join Cal women's basketball team

October 05, 2017 11:15 PM

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