No Lonzo Ball, no problem. Despite losing the do-everything point guard and three other starters, UCLA looks to be in good shape for the 2017-18 season.
— Pac-12 Conference (@pac12) October 12, 2017
The Bruins did not get a first-place vote but did earn the most vote points of any team without one, likely due to the return of double-digit scorers Aaron Holiday and Thomas Welsh as well as the addition of a six-player recruiting class that 247Sports ranked as the fifth-best in the country.
UCLA was third in the Pac-12 last season with a 15-3 league record, going 31-5 overall and reaching the Sweet 16 before falling to Kentucky.
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