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Expectations High for New Coach Alford
One of the nation’s premier programs will debut a new coach this year, as Steve Alford gets set to take over the UCLA basketball program. Although the Bruins advanced to the Pac-12 Championship last season and even earned a six seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, the school chose to part ways with long-time head coach Ben Howland, making it clear that the standards will be sky-high during Alford’s time at UCLA. Alford was one of the most coveted coaches in the country after his most recent season at New Mexico, when he led the Lobos to a 29-win season and a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
Even though the Bruins lost first-round draft pick Shabazz Muhammad, Alford will still begin his tenure at UCLA with a wealth of talented players, as Jordan Abrams (15.9 points per game), Travis Wear (10.9 ppg), Kyle Anderson (9.7 ppg), and David Wear (7.1 ppg) will all return to Westwood. The team will also welcome to campus one of the top prospects in the nation in Zach LaVine, a guard who has the offensive skills to replace the production from the departed Muhammad.