The Arizona men’s basketball team completed their first road trip in Pac-12 play with an 87-65 victory over the California Golden Bears, sweeping the Bay Area school and improving to 13-4 on the season and 4-0 in the conference.
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Arizona men's basketball has been searching all season for a spark plug off the bench to provide production when its stars are having off nights. In a game that saw leading scorer Brandon Randolph go 4-15 from the floor, the Wildcats found that spark in sophomore Ira Lee.
Another game, another close call for the Wildcats. Arizona held on to defeat Utah at home 84-81 in overtime on Saturday to improve to 2-0 in conference play and 11-4 overall.
2019 is upon us, and with that means a start to conference play. Arizona men's basketball took its first step towards reclaiming another conference title, defeating Colorado on Thursday by a score of 64-56 on Thursday night in McKale.
With the clock striking midnight on Monday, 2019 is officially upon us. The start of a new year also means the start of conference play for the Arizona men’s basketball team. After a non-conference schedule full of ups and downs led to a 9-4 start for the Wildcats, the team heads into play Thursday night against Colorado looking to separate itself in a conference that is up for grabs for anyone to win, as no team is currently ranked in the AP Top 25 for the first time since the 2011-2012 season.
With just three days left before Christmas, visiting UC Davis was trying to be the lump of coal in Arizona’s stocking to close out non-conference play.
Arizona men’s basketball was back in McKale Center on Wednesday night, facing an unfamiliar feeling during the non-conference season: playing after a home loss.
Arizona men’s basketball was defeated by Baylor 58-49 at home on Saturday, dropping the Wildcats to 7-4. The zone defense deployed by Baylor caused Arizona's offense to be stagnant and took them out of their comfort zone. These three factors contributed to the ‘Cats' loss.
While tip-off was at 9 p.m. against Baylor on Saturday night in McKale Center, the clock struck midnight on Arizona men's basketball's luck, losing 58-49 to snap a 52-game home win streak against non-conference foes.
Arizona men’s basketball was unable to complete its second-half comeback, falling to Alabama 79-76 on the road Sunday. These three factors contributed to the ‘Cats' loss in Tuscaloosa.
Arizona basketball used a big second half to defeat Utah Valley 80-69 Thursday night in McKale Center. Arizona trailed 41-29 at halftime before Brandon Randolph hit four straight 3s to send the home crowd into a frenzy, turning the tide of the game. Here is how Arizona was able to pull off the comeback victory.
Arizona has been no stranger to playing close in the first half of games at home this season, they just weren’t used to being the ones who were down.
Arizona and UConn men’s basketball share many similarities this season. Both historic programs are rebuilding and are led by senior guards and tough head coaches from the East Coast.
The Arizona men’s basketball team returned to the desert after their business trip to Maui, shaking off their first two losses of the season with a 100-70 bounce-back win against visiting Georgia Southern.
With seven returning starters on offense, nine on defense, a Heisman Trophy contender and a new head coach who has a proven track record of developing quarterbacks, the sky was the limit for Arizona football going into the 2018 season. That was, until the sky started to fall.
Hawaii is known for producing items such as sugar cane and pineapples. For the Arizona men’s basketball team, however, Wednesday night on the island was anything but sweet.
Finals week can be a trying time for your typical college student with hours upon hours of studying, early mornings, late nights and constantly stressing about whether or not your professor will round your grade up if you don’t do well on your exams.
The Arizona men’s basketball team was having trouble in paradise in beginning the Maui Invitational, down double-digits to Iowa State with 11:02 remaining in the game. Then, Justin Coleman happened.
Before traveling 3,000 miles to Maui next week, Arizona men’s basketball defeated visiting UTEP 79-46 on Wednesday in McKale Memorial Center in a game the 'Cats led from wire-to-wire.