College basketball’s best teams have had three weeks to prove that they’re more than just preseason hype, but that doesn’t mean that we've learned everything about them yet. Even the nation’s best have one or two key players or facets of their games that might turn them into title contenders or ruin a promising season.
At UCLA, for example, Jordan Adams and Kyle Anderson have the Bruins off to a fantastic offensive start. They could give Arizona a run for its money at the top of the Pac-12, but only if their perimeter weapons get some help from David Wear and his low-post compatriots.
Herein, a closer look at UCLA’s interior offense, along with the unknown that will make or break each of the other teams in this week’s AP Top 25 rankings.