Predicting The 2015-16 UCLA Basketball Regular Season Record

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Mar 21, 2015; Louisville, KY, USA; UCLA Bruins forward Tony Parker (23) dunks the ball against the UAB Blazers during the first half in the third round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at KFC Yum! Center. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports


Pac-12 Conference Play Begins

-Jan 1 at WashingtonW, 10-4, 1-0

-Jan 3 at Washington StateL, 10-5, 1-1

The Bruins start the conference season on the road. Now, the Bruins have not been spectacular away from Pauley, but the Washington schools are not that good. With that being said, a Steve Alford team tends to drop a game they should not and unfortunately, Washington State is a team others overlook. Plus, UCLA is yet to get a road sweep in the Alford era.

-Jan 7 vs Arizona L, 10-6, 1-2

-Jan 9 vs Arizona StateW, 11-6, 2-2

Finally, UCLA and Arizona play each other twice a year in the conference season. The only downside is that Arizona is still a cut above UCLA. The Wildcats are still the pinnacle of Pac-12 basketball right now and will be looking to continue that dominance this season, especially against their biggest Pac-12 rival.

-Jan 13 vs USCW, 12-6, 3-2

It is USC.

-Jan 20 at Oregon StateL, 12-7, 3-3

-Jan 23 at OregonL, 12-8, 3-4

The Bruins will try to get a road sweep, but it will not happen this time as the Bruins will have trouble handling their trip north to Oregon.

-Jan 28 vs WashingtonW, 13-8, 4-4

-Jan 30 vs Washington StateW, 14-8, 5-4

Against the Washington schools at home should be no contest for UCLA.

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