UCLA Basketball: 10 Changes the Bruins Must Make to Sneak into the NCAA Tourney

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UCLA Basketball: 10 Changes the Bruins Must Make to Sneak into the NCAA Tourney
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This isn't your father's UCLA basketball program...Your father's Bruins were better.

Ben Howland is doing his best to salvage what has been a challenging season.

They lost four of their first five games, including puzzling defeats to open up against Loyola Marymount and Middle Tennessee.

He had to dismiss Reeves Nelson (last year's leading scorer and rebounder) after six games.

They have played their "home" games in multiple locations.

And as they cross into February, the Bruins are 12-9 (5-4 Pac 12) and need to go on a serious run to make something out of this chaotic craziness.

Here are 10 changes that UCLA needs to make if they are going to sneak into the NCAA tournament:

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