After a successful season under first-year head coach Steve Alford, the UCLA Bruins finish the season ranked #15 in the final USA Today Coaches Poll. UCLA ended the season 28-9 overall and 12-6 in conference play.
UCLA concludes the season ranked No. 15 (@USATODAYsports Coaches Poll), the Bruins’ highest final ranking since 2007-08 (was No. 4).
— UCLA Basketball (@UCLAMBB) April 8, 2014
The Bruins came in second in Pac-12 Conference regular season standings and won the Pac-12 Tournament Championship. The Bruins were lead in scoring by Jordan Adams (17.4 ppg) and anchored by floor general Kyle Anderson who lead the team in rebounds (8.8 rpg) and assists (6.5 apg). Both are thought to forego the rest of their eligibility and opt for the NBA Draft.
For a review of the season, please check out the piece from GoJoeBruin.com, UCLA Basketball: The Top 5 Moments Of The 2013-14 Season.