LAS VEGAS — The Arizona men’s basketball team's turbulent season came to a close Wednesday afternoon in Las Vegas, losing 78-65 to USC to finish the season 17-15. The Wildcats now head into the offseason with more questions than answers, with the grey cloud surrounding Sean Miller’s future and the program sure to lurk into the summer.
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Looking to build momentum heading into Las Vegas for the Pac-12 Tournament, Arizona had the chance to send the McKale Center faithful and seniors Ryan Luther and Justin Coleman out in style against rival Arizona State.
Mark Lawson and Alec White preview the Arizona men's basketball game in an Adobe Spark format, with what's at stake, key players and predictions for the game.
As Arizona men's basketball prepares for its final game of the season before heading to Las Vegas for the Pac-12 Tournament, UA fans are in a position they have not been in for the past seven seasons; cheering on a team that may miss the NCAA Tournament.
Arizona men's basketball defeated Oregon State 74-72 Thursday night thanks to the heroics of Devonaire Doutrive. The freshman rebounded a Justin Coleman miss for the game-winning put-back layup with no time remaining. The ‘Cats have now won three straight games since their seven-game losing streak, gaining some much-needed momentum going into March. Here are three reasons they were able to pull out the victory:
Arizona men's basketball head coach Sean Miller was notified by attorneys of the two remaining defendants in the federal trial into college basketball corruption that he will be subpoenaed to potentially testify at the April trial in New York, according to Yahoo Sports.
Few college basketball programs across the country have had an experience quite like the Arizona men’s basketball program over the past couple of seasons. The University of Louisville, however, is an exception.
Arizona men's basketball defeated Stanford 70-54, sweeping the Bay Area schools to give the Wildcats much needed momentum as they prepare for their final three games of the season. The ‘Cats got a career-high 16 points from Ira Lee, who was bolstered by the return of Brandon Williams after missing six games with a knee injury. Here are three more reasons the Wildcats were able to defeat the Cardinal on Sunday:
A trip back home to the friendly confines of McKale Center might have been the shot in the arm Arizona men's basketball needed as it braces for the Pac-12 Tournament. They defeated Stanford 70-54 to sweep the Bay Area schools and put its seven-game losing streak in the rearview.
In the midst of its longest losing streak in 36 years, it could be easy for the Arizona men’s basketball team to point fingers and lose hope in a season filled with ups and downs. It could also be understood if fans of the program didn’t come out to support a team going up against a team that had a losing streak twice as long. Yet neither of those things happened on Thursday night.
Utah shows Arizona men's basketball no Valentine's Day love, sends losing skid to historic six games
The most famous work done by painter Vincent van Gogh was arguably "Starry Night," a depiction of the artist’s home of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence in France. The way Utah guard Parker Van Dyke shot the ball Thursday night, he could have shot the lights, or stars right out of the night sky.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson South Campus has invited high school students to attend “A Pathway to Success," a healthcare career fair, on Wednesday, Feb. 20, from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Students interested in a career in a medical or health-related field can learn from resident physicians in the College of Medicine about a future in these fields at the event in Banner University Medical Center South.
With the rumblings and outside noise facing the program, an air of uncertainty was in McKale Center Thursday night. Normally, a matchup against the top team in the conference would dominate headlines, but all eyes seemed to be on how the ‘Cats would respond amidst the termination of assistant coach Mark Phelps and the NCAA investigation now taking place.
The University of Arizona is known for a rich history of success when it comes to athletics. The softball program has won eight national titles, men’s basketball has the ninth-highest NCAA winning percentage of all time and just last year women’s golf won its third national title in program history. What many people don’t know is that another championship-level program exists on campus, unnoticed by even the most diehard of fans.
Arizona freshman guard Brandon Williams, the team’s third-leading scorer and leader in assists, will be sidelined this week against Washington and Washington State due to lingering right knee pain.
TEMPE – Playing against your rival wasn’t enough motivation for Arizona State head coach Bobby Hurley. He wanted to send a bigger message.
Arizona and ASU renew their basketball rivalry Thursday night in Tempe. The Wildcats (14-7, 5-3) travel north looking to snap a two-game losing streak that saw them get defeated by more than 20 points in consecutive games, while the Sun Devils (14-6, 5-3) are coming off a road loss to USC but have won three of their last four games. Even though the Wildcats have knocked off the Sun Devils the last six consecutive meetings, our basketball reporters think that streak comes to an end this time.
Breathe easy, because the University of Arizona Health Sciences Asthma and Airway Disease Research Center and the Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center are leading a study funded by the National Institutes of Health that is looking for a solution to the alarming amount of Emergency Room visits by children suffering from asthma attacks.
Former Arizona men's basketball assistant coach Emanuel "Book" Richardson plead guilty Tuesday to a bribery charge stemming from his involvement in the federal investigation of corruption in college basketball.
The day was Nov. 1, 2016. The Arizona men’s basketball team was getting ready to kick off their season with a harmless exhibition game against the College of Idaho, a NAIA school known more for their skiing program than their basketball one.