UCLA Basketball: Biggest Improvements Bruins Have Made in 2013-14

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UCLA Basketball: Biggest Improvements Bruins Have Made in 2013-14
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Nine games into last season, UCLA was a conundrum.

After tallying their third loss of the season to San Diego State the prior game, the 6-3 Bruins barely eked out a win over Texas in one of the sloppiest Division I college basketball games you’ll ever see.

This year, the 8-1 Bruins have given way to a different story.

Even after tallying their first loss of the season and of new head coach Steve Alford’s UCLA career, the Bruins have a much brighter outlook for this season, founded in sophomore talents Jordan Adams and Kyle Anderson and electric freshman Zach LaVine.

As UCLA faces its final stretch of nonconference games, here’s a look at the improvements the Bruins have made this season.

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