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With the athletics season over, take a look back at some of the most memorable games from the 2019-20 season for Arizona athletics.
Well, it's official, Nico Mannion has declared for the NBA Draft according to his Twitter page.
According to a report, Arizona's Zeke Nnaji will declare for the 2020 NBA Draft.
The Pac-12 Conference, like many other conferences around the country, have cancelled their tournaments due to the huge rise of coronavirus.
Arizona men's basketball holds off the University of Washington and Isaiah Stewart 77-70 and will now face USC tomorrow in the quarterfinals of the Pac-12 tournament.
Revenge. Even though head coach Sean Miller and the rest of the Arizona men's basketball team treat every game the same and don't think about revenge, it's hard not to with the bracket set up the way it is.
Once again, the Arizona men's basketball team shot under 40% at home and couldn't overcome a 17 point lead as they fell to Washington 69-63 on Saturday night in McKale Center.
After a fan sank a half court shot at halftime, Arizona men's basketball caught fire to go on a 26-0 run and blow out Washington State University 83-62 Thursday night in McKale Center.
Another scoring drought cost Arizona men’s basketball another golden opportunity to get a win as their losing streak is now three games. Besides a Christian Koloko layup with one second left, the Wildcats went more than three and a half minutes without scoring as they fell to UCLA 69-65 Saturday night in Westwood.
Arizona men's basketball looks to get back on the winning side of things as they travel to UCLA to try and snap their two-game losing streak.
A homestand that started full of excitement after a 26-point win over Oregon State ended with heartbreak after Arizona fell apart in the last 3:31 of regulation and couldn’t pull out a win in overtime over Oregon.
It feels like deja vu for Arizona men’s basketball as they are pretty much in the same place as they were two weeks ago. Coming off a road sweep, Arizona welcomes in the Oregon schools this weekend for a big two games.
Arizona men’s basketball fell apart again in the second half and suffered one of their worst losses of the year to UCLA, 65-52 Saturday night at McKale Center.
After struggling during his last couple of games from the field, Josh Green helped lead the way, especially in the first half, as the Wildcats took down USC 85-80 at McKale Center Thursday night.
After finally getting the elusive first road win and then ending the weekend by also beating Washington State, No. 23 Arizona men’s basketball will be back in action tonight at 7:00 p.m. against USC. Then on Saturday, UCLA will travel to McKale Center to face the Wildcats at 8:00 p.m.
Over the course of an entire college basketball season many things change. Sometimes there are injuries and players miss time, other times players may get an increased role because they gain confidence and start making shots.
Arizona men’s basketball went cold in the second half and lost a 22 point lead as they fell 66-65 to ASU Saturday night in Tempe.
Round two of the Arizona–ASU rivalry will take place this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. as the No. 22 Wildcats travel up to Tempe to potentially sweep ASU.
After almost every Arizona loss, especially this year, we’ve seen all the tweets about head coach Sean Miller: “Fire Miller,” “Time to move on from Miller,” “Can he win the big game?” But is Arizona men’s basketball really at that point yet? Looking back over his first nine and a half seasons, Miller has been relatively average.