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The UCLA Bruins basketball program is possibly the most decorated and successful basketball programs ever in college basketball. They hold numerous NCAA records for Title wins and appearances, Final Four Wins and appearances, undefeated seasons, win streaks and so much more. UCLA has dominated college basketball in the past and is constantly improving to have the same success they’ve had in the past. Under head coach, Steve Alford, the Bruins are getting better and could soon make a run and a national title like the teams of old.

The UCLA Bruins basketball program has its roots all the way back to the 1900’s and has seen its fair amount of success. But as most people know about the UCLA program, it really took off beginning with John Wooden, their legendary coach. Many believe that John Wooden is the best basketball coach to ever coach the game. Wooden has been popularly referred to as the “Wizard of Westwood.” Wooden put UCLA basketball on the map and it has been a prominent basketball program since the days of Wooden. The first year as head coach for Wooden was in 1948 after he was coach at Indiana State. The impact of Wooden immediately was shown in the UCLA Bruins as they dominated teams until the end of Wooden’s coaching career. The Bruins and Wooden set multiple records and won many National Championships. Wooden coached until 1975 and had an overall record of 620-147. Wooden led UCLA to 10 National Championships (1964, 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, and 1975), 12 Final Four appearances, 4 undefeated seasons, 19 Conference Championships, and 26 winning seasons. Wooden won National Coach of the Year seven times and coached some of the best players to come through UCLA and go on into the NBA. The John Wooden coached teams went on to break numerous records which include: National Championship wins, Consecutive National Championship wins, Undefeated seasons, Game winning streak, Tournament winning streak, and much more. Wooden truly changed the UCLA program and basketball as a whole. After Wooden retired in 1975, the Bruins remained a strong college basketball team but couldn’t seem to get another title. The team saw many different coaches ranging from: Gene Bartow, Gary Cunningham, Larry Brown, Larry Farmer, and Walt Hazzard. Jim Harrick would be the next coach of the UCLA Bruins and he would begin in 1988. Harrick had a solid career with UCLA that brought another National Championship back to the Bruins in 1995. Over his career at UCLA Harrick had a 192-62 which is currently the 3rd most wins of a UCLA head coach. Harrick coached until 1996 when he was fired for an alleged NCAA violation. Coach Harrick led UCLA to that one National Championship in 1995, 3 Pac 10 Championships and won the Naismith Coach of the Year award in 1995 and was a 4 time Pac 10 Coach of the Year award winner. Steve Lavin would be the next coach of the Bruins and began in 1996. He had a decent tenure with UCLA going 145-78 with one Pace 10 Championship and was Pac 10 Coach of the Year in 2001. Lavin was dismissed after he had a losing season in 2003 and because UCLA was looking to return to national prominence.

In 2003, Ben Howland took over as head coach for UCLA and looked to bring back a national presence to UCLA. He had a slow start his first two seasons but things picked up in his 3rd year when he took UCLA all the way to the National Championship, but fell to the University of Florida. He had a lot of success over his career and ended with a 233-107 record which is second in UCLA history behind John Wooden. Howland was fired in 2013 after being knocked out of the national tournament. Howland won 4 Conference Championships and won the Naismith Coach of the Year in 2002 and Pac 10 Coach of the Year in 2006. The next hire was current coach Steve Alford who began in 2013. Right out of the gate, Alford led UCLA to the Sweet Sixteen and a Conference Championship win. He currently has a 64-37 record and looks to improve in 2016.

The historic UCLA Bruins team has seen a ton of great players come through the program that are legends in college basketball and in the NBA. The UCLA Bruins have had 3 National Players of the Year in their history with Lew Alcindor (1969), Bill Walton (1972, 1973, and 1974), and Marques Johnson in 1977. Other great players to come through the UCLA Bruins program include: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Ed O’Bannon, Reggie Miller, Sidney Wicks, Jamaal Wilkes, Charles O’Bannon, Kevin Love, Russell Westbrook, Darren Collison, Jrue Holiday, Trevor Ariza, Matt Barnes, Baron Davis, Zach LaVine, and many more. The historic UCLA program will continue to attract some of the nation’s best players to play for this historic team.

Although 2015 didn’t see as much success as in past years, the Bruins still remain optimistic under head coach Steve Alford that they can indeed go far into the national tournament. The Bruins look to come out strong in 2016 to show that the program can still be as successful as it has been in the past.


The UCLA Bruins at play at Pauley Pavilion where they have played their home games since 1965. The amount of great college basketball history that has happened in that arena is amazing and UCLA takes pride in playing well at home. Fans continue to pack the stadiums to root on the Bruins to a win and the college basketball atmosphere is very intense and wild as the Bruins fight for wins. Tickets to these games can be very expensive so check out cheap UCLA Bruins Basketball tickets on Rukkus while they last!

UCLA Bruins Basketball Lineup

  • Nick Kazemi
  • Wanaah Bail
  • Kory Alford
  • Norman Powell
  • Kevon Looney
  • Isaac Hamilton
  • David Brown
  • Gyorgy Goloman
  • Bryce Alford
  • Alec Wulff
  • Noah Allen
  • Tony Parker
  • Thomas Welsh
  • Jonah Bolden

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Cheap UCLA Bruins Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Oregon State Beavers at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 02/15/2018
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$2.00 Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 11/29/2017
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$3.00 Pepperdine Waves at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 11/19/2015
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$3.00 Detroit Titans at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 12/03/2017
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$3.00 Montana State Bobcats at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 11/14/2014
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$3.00 UC Riverside Highlanders at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 12/10/2014
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$3.00 South Dakota Coyotes at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 12/19/2017
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$3.00 Cal Poly Mustangs at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 11/15/2015
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$4.00 Cal State Fullerton Titans at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 12/03/2014
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$4.00 Nicholls State Colonels at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 11/20/2014
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA

Best and Most Expensive UCLA Bruins Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$238.00UCLA Bruins at Kentucky Wildcats Basketball — 12/03/2016
Rupp Arena; Lexington, KY
$207.00UCLA Bruins at Gonzaga Bulldogs Basketball — 12/12/2015
McCarthey Athletic Center; Spokane, WA
$158.00UCLA Bruins at Arizona Wildcats Basketball — 02/21/2015
McKale Center; Tucson, AZ
$100.00Oregon State Beavers at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 03/05/2016
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$92.00Oregon Ducks at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 02/17/2018
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$76.00UCLA Bruins at USC Trojans Basketball — 02/04/2016
Galen Center; Los Angeles, CA
$61.00CBS Sports Classic — 12/19/2015
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$59.00CBS Sports Classic - — 12/23/2017
Smoothie King Center; New Orleans, LA
$54.00Arizona Wildcats at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 01/07/2016
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA
$51.00Montana Grizzlies at UCLA Bruins Basketball — 12/06/2017
Pauley Pavilion; Los Angeles, CA