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This day in Wildcat history: Arizona men’s basketball advances to Final Four after 87-81 win over Illinois

You fill out your bracket every March with the hope of seeing the best teams in the later rounds of the tournament battle it out for a championship. Most of the time that doesn’t happen as your pick to win the dance crumbles to a Cinderella team and spoils that desired No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup in the Regional finals. But that was not the case in 2001. Read more

Why a number change could help Arizona women's basketball

Cate Reese is one of the best recruits Arizona has landed in a very long time. She was the first McDonald’s All-American since Adia Barnes to commit to Arizona. Reese has been a big reason why Arizona has reshaped their whole program. Reese has averaged 11.8 points per game and 6.8 rebounds per game since beginning her career at Arizona. The sophomore has a big opportunity to become one of Arizona’s most popular and well-known players in the women’s college basketball program. Her potential is very high and could eventually get her into the WNBA.  Read more

Analysis: Hazzard heats up as Arizona ends losing streak

Arizona routed Utah 93-77 on a night where Zeke Nnaji was his normal self, but Max Hazzard showed who he can be. The grad transfer finding his rhythm, a new starting lineup and our first look at James Akinjo were some of the things that stood out following the victory. Read more

Arizona men's basketball ends their non-conference schedule against St. John's

The No. 16 Arizona men's basketball team hits the road tonight as they head to San Francisco, Calif., to play St. John’s (10-2) at 8 p.m. The Wildcats (10-2) look to bounce back from their second loss of the season after dropping their last contest to No. 2 Gonzaga. It is Arizona's fourth neutral site game of the year already after winning the Wooden Legacy. Here is a quick list of what to watch for in the upcoming game. Read more

Analysis: Poor shooting dooms Wildcats in big matchup against Gonzaga

Despite a furious late-game rally that saw Arizona trim a 16-point lead to just 2 in the closing seconds, the Wildcats were unable to overcome a night of poor shooting that saw them shoot below 40 percent from the field and 30 percent from 3-point range. A rough night for their point guard, a potential newcomer taking things in and a potential fashion decision highlighted the night inside McKale Center. Read more