UCLA Basketball: Top 5 Storylines for Bruins' 2013-14 Season

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UCLA Basketball: Top 5 Storylines for Bruins' 2013-14 Season
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It may not be hyped as such, but the 2013-14 season is a very important one for the UCLA basketball program.

No, there are no must-see freshmen like last year’s one-and-done top recruit Shabazz Muhammad or returning players that will knock your socks off.

However, this season marks Steve Alford’s very first in Westwood, which consequently marks the beginning of an era.

While the Bruins lost Muhammad and facilitating maniac and single-season assists leader Larry Drew II, they have the bulk of last year’s squad still intact, which has them slotted at No. 22 in the AP’s preseason poll.

Before UCLA officially opens its season with its first exhibition game on Friday, let’s take a look at the biggest storylines for the Bruins in the 2013-14 season.

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