Interview: UCLA’s Steve Alford on “Ball” movement, team gelling, and more


SACRAMENTO, CA – Third-seeded UCLA was practically almost able to score at will in their first round victory of Kent State on Friday.  But UCLA head coach Steve Alford knows that sixth-seeded Cincinnati presents a different test, as the Bruins will be challenged more on both ends of the floor, and the Bearcats will look to slow down UCLA’s preferred run-and-gun tempo.

If Alford’s Bruins can play with poise, toughness, and improved defense against the Bearcats, they will punch their ticket to the Sweet Sixteen.

Mike Montgomery caught up with Steve Alford ahead of the game.

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