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Basketball

Williams remains out with knee swelling, no timetable for return

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. Swelling and continued pain in his knee kept Williams out of the UA’s 95-88 overtime loss against Arizona State on Thursday. It is the same knee he needed surgery on in high school, which caused him to miss his entire junior season. Read more

Women's basketball: ASU wins territorial cup matchup 60-47 to split season series

Arizona State dropped its first matchup with Arizona in late December, never gaining the lead as the Wildcats pressured the Sun Devils off the court. This was not the case on Friday night, as the Wildcats were bullied inside for most of the night, unable to take advantage of ASU’s depth in the front court. The Sun Devils were led by Courtney Ekmark, who had 20 points and seven assists, while Kianna Ibis put up a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds. Read more

Brandon Williams is Arizona's lone bright spot after brutal LA roadtrip

The Californian combo-guard is all of a sudden thrust into a crucial role now that the Wildcats have seemed to hit a snag in their offensive production. And with Arizona State and Pac-12 leading Washington just around the corner, the freshman’s offensive production could very well be the difference to Arizona sliding in the NCAA tournament, or playing in the NIT.  Read more

Arizona men's basketball suffers second straight blowout loss, 90-69 to UCLA

Arizona came into the game coming off a 23-point blowout at the hands of USC and followed it through with an almost identical performance, losing big 90-69, as it once again labored to get anything on the offensive end going while letting UCLA and its talented big men bully them inside on both ends of the floor. The absence of Chase Jeter once again looked to hamstring and restrict the Wildcats on both sides of the court. Read more