Arizona’s fall sports are ramping up to begin soon. Here are some of the athletes from each sport that fans should familiarize themselves with and watch for on game day.
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Arizona basketball boats one of the proudest traditions on the West Coast. Anchored by a large community that remembers watching the 1997 championship and bolstered by a rabid student fan base known as the Zona Zoo, UA basketball is cherished in a similar manner as SEC football is in the South.
While the annual Red/Blue Game is still three months away, Wildcat basketball fans don’t have to wait that long to catch a glimpse of this year’s team.
In his first few months on the job, new Arizona athletic director Dave Heeke called the transition to Tucson a “fast and furious” process. The former Central Michigan athletic director comes to Arizona with high praise and already feels right at home in the Old Pueblo.
Arizona guard Kadeem Allen will have a shot at the big time after being selected by the Boston Celtics in the second round of the NBA Draft. For much of his collegiate basketball career, this year’s 53rd overall pick didn’t fit the mold of those selected in the draft.
Barring another trade, Lauri Markkanen will start his professional basketball career in the Windy City.Thursday night, the former Arizona Wildcat forward was selected seventh overall in the 2017 NBA Draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves, who will trade his rights to the Chicago Bulls.
This past NBA season serves to remind us just how much of an impact former Arizona basketball players are having on the NBA.If you happened to have been paying attention to any of the five NBA Finals games over the last few weeks, then you probably noticed some familiar names and faces come across your television screen — Steve Kerr, Andre Iguodala, Richard Jefferson — just to name a few. At one time or another, all three of them once donned the navy and cardinal jerseys that read “ARIZONA” on the front.
With a little over five months until the beginning of the 2017-2018 season, head coach Sean Miller and company are nearing the completion of their non-conference schedule.
The Arizona Wildcats will have to play one more game in their quest for a trip to the Women’s College World Series.
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The Arizona Wildcats defeated the South Carolina Gamecocks in convincing fashion by a final score of 9-0 and will move on to host the Baylor Bears in the NCAA Super Regionals next weekend.