Down two key players on a night they shot 28% from the floor and 12% from three-point range, you would think Arizona was blown out by the USC Trojans on Thursday night.
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"We just weren’t ready for it. It’s a man's game." These were the words uttered by Arizona head coach Sean Miller to describe the physicality UCLA showed after the Wildcats displayed arguably the most embarrassing performance in McKale Center history Saturday night against a Bruins team that was not your typical bunch from Westwood.
Things were looking bleak for Arizona on their return home, as a weekend trip to Oregon left the Wildcats with more questions than answers, and a 1-2 record in conference.
In the midst of a two-game losing streak that left many around the program searching for answers, a trip back home to McKale Center was just what Arizona needed, dominating Utah from start to finish in a 93-77 victory.
After stopping their two-game losing streak on Saturday against ASU, Arizona will hit the road for just the second time this season in what might be its toughest test so far, heading to Eugene to take on the ninth-ranked Oregon Ducks in a game that will have huge implications for both teams as they vie for supremacy in the conference come March.
Arizona men's basketball opens conference play against Arizona State this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the McKale Center. Basketball reporters Jack Cooper and Mark Lawson put together this Adobe Spark to get you ready for the game.
As the clock struck midnight and everybody brought in the new year, Arizona fans were given even more of a reason to celebrate.
Saturday night marked the matchup everyone in Tucson had been waiting for all season, bringing the No. 6-ranked Gonzaga Bulldogs to McKale Center in a matchup of arguably the two best programs on the West Coast.
They say everything is bigger in Texas, but Arizona won’t be leaving Waco feeling like the rims were.
Off to their best start in five years, things will begin to get a little bit tougher for the Arizona Wildcats on Saturday. The ‘Cats will play both their first true road game and ranked team, facing the No. 18 Baylor Bears at 10 a.m. Arizona time.
On a night where the heralded Arizona freshman class struggled to find a rhythm, two seniors proved to be the difference.
Late into the Thanksgiving night, Arizona fans were definitely thankful for Nico Mannion.
Arizona head coach Sean Miller said following the Wildcats’ close victory on Thursday against South Dakota State that the offense was like "a carnival" due to the quick shots and faster pace.
The Arizona Wildcats announced Friday that sophomore guard Devonaire Doutrive has been dismissed from the program due to a violation of team rules.
Arizona men's basketball had not been challenged all season up to Thursday night's matchup against visiting South Dakota State.
Arizona men's basketball head coach Sean Miller said Sunday’s game against New Mexico State would be "one of the most difficult games we play all season" following their victory over San Jose State Thursday night.
Picking up right where they left off Sunday night, Arizona men's basketball cruised to a dominant victory over San Jose State 87-39. The ‘Cats improved to 3-0 thanks to an 21-0 run in the second half and another huge game from freshman Zeke Nnaji, who finished with 26 points on a perfect 8-8 shooting.
Arizona men’s basketball fans heard the hype all summer surrounding the freshman class making its way to McKale Center this season. In their first matchup against a big-time opponent, they showed the hype was justified.
The Arizona men’s basketball team received a huge boost on Thursday as Kentucky transfer Jemarl Baker received a waiver from the NCAA to play this upcoming season.