UCLA hasn’t just turned the page on its losses this season. The Bruins have rewritten the narratives to their liking.
The prevailing memory of Oregon is no longer Ducks star Dillon Brooks sinking an improbable last-second shot but UCLA counterpart Lonzo Ball making a 30-footer.
The lasting image of USC isn’t the Trojans band rocking “Tusk” but Bruins fans reveling in the final minutes of a romp.
UCLA has one other chapter that needs some revision. It came five weeks ago inside Pauley Pavilion, where Arizona scored on seemingly every possession to hand the Bruins their only home defeat of the season, 96-85.
Fifth-ranked UCLA (25-3 overall, 12-3 Pac-12 Conference)...