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To Stay or not to Stay : The Jordan Adams’ Story

Credit - LA Times

Credit – LA Times

By Sagar Patel,

UCLA is finally in a spot that they want to be in after some bad years of not doing well in the tournament and completely missing the tournament in some cases. Steve Alford looks like the head coach they needed after Ben Howland fizzled out for the Bruins. Recruitment is back to what it once was and is again producing draft worthy talent. Earlier this week the Bruins sent two players to the NBA Draft with Kyle Anderson and Zach LaVine. UCLA has enough talent coming in next year that they should mimic the success they had this year. One prospect has an important decision to make about his future. Jordan Adams has to decide if he wants to return to UCLA or to head out with his fellow teammates and enter the NBA Draft.

The Bruin Hibernation: What’s next for UCLA Basketball?

Steve Alford; Credit - USA Today

Steve Alford; Credit – USA Today

By Sagar Patel,

The UCLA Bruins have had an amazing year in 2014. First they started the year off with a new coach in Steve Alford. Key recruits came in and some stayed for their sophomore year. The Bruins really came into their own closer to tournament time  and it payed off. With a loss in the sweet 16 against the number one seed Florida, the season has come to a close. UCLA Men’s basketball is looking like they are on the right path yet again. UCLA can now be considered once again as one of the powerhouse programs in the nation.

West Coast Hoops Weekly – March 26, 2014

Dwight Powell; Credit AP

Dwight Powell; Credit AP

By Michael Almonte,

The Pac-12 has three teams remaining in the NCAA Tournament as Arizona, UCLA and Stanford enter the Sweet 16 two victories away from a trip to the Final Four.

West Coast Hoops Weekly – March 20, 2014

Aaron Gordon; Credit AP

Aaron Gordon; Credit AP

By Michael Almonte,

The three weeks that college basketball fanatics and lovers have been waiting for has finally arrived as the NCAA Tournament begins this week. Which four teams will be making the trip to Arlington, Texas for the Final Four and which team will be cutting down the nets on championship Monday come April 7th?

West Coast Hoops Weekly – February 26, 2014

Dwight Powell; Credit AP

Dwight Powell; Credit AP

By Michael Almonte,

The Mountain West Conference just got more exciting now after New Mexico defeated San Diego State at home last Saturday 58-44 and an earned spot in the Top-25 this week. The Lobos are now ranked No. 25 and improved their overall record to 22-5 with a 67-58 home win over Utah State on Tuesday. The loss by San Diego State dropped them to No.13 and the Aztecs rebounded with a home win over San Jose State 90-64 and now have a 24-3 mark.

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