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Basketball Season Review

Josh Shipp & Jordan Farmar

The 2004-2005 basketball season was the first in either of UCLA's two major sports to post a winning record in three years. Playing three freshmen and having only seven useable players for much of the schedule, the season was, though, teetering on the precipice at one point...

The 2004-2005 basketball season could be remembered for more than what we might think right now. The Bruins went just 18-11, finished tied for third in the conference, received an 11-seed in the NCAA tournament and got knocked out in the first round. It doesn't seem like that much on the surface. But given the state of the program, and the absolute rock bottom it was crawling out from, the... Recommended Stories

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