UCLA Basketball: 5 Burning Questions for Remainder of 2013-14 Season

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UCLA Basketball: 5 Burning Questions for Remainder of 2013-14 Season
Greg Wahl-Stephens/Associated Press

There are always questions—but these are meant to be burning questions. The careful reader will find a bad cliche or two about heat branded into the parchment—see what I've done there already?


UCLA is 17-5 (6-3 Pac-12), with nine games to play out the regular season. The casual observer might say they have been inconsistent, but the connoisseur knows it is the opposite: They have been consistently good, but never great, and sometimes bad. They have done this over and over like a pattern on a quilt.


The chance is still there to finish second in the Pac-12. That is good, considering the formidable strength of the team at the top of the league (considerably diminished with the bad luck loss of Brandon Ashley for the season).


These are five burning questions about the Bruins' season. The answers will be revealed over five weeks on hardwood floors across the American West.   


 

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