Solomon Hill certainly has a good shot with the No. 1-seeded Pacers in the East. Andre Iguodala has a much tougher road in the West with Golden State opening against the L.A. Clippers.
Has Quincy Miller of Denver picked himself up yet after that nasty Iguodala crossover?
— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) April 13, 2014
Paul George recently provided some encouragement to Hill, who has played in only 28 games and averaged 8.1 minutes in each.
— Paul George (@Paul_George24) April 17, 2014
The motto for the 2014-15 Arizona basketball team is appropriate and the Wildcats have the weapons to get the job done in Indianapolis next year despite losing Aaron Gordon and Nick Johnson.
— Arizona Basketball (@APlayersProgram) April 18, 2014
Arizona lost its series opener to UCLA 8-0 last week in Tucson. Maybe the Wildcats can bounce back again and win the next two at USC after losing 1-0 last night in a classic pitcher’s duel.
James Farris outdueled by Wyatt Strahan as Cats lose series-opener….again http://t.co/ICLsotocfA
— AZ Desert Swarm (@azdesertswarm) April 18, 2014
Another budding star for the Arizona softball program.
In case you missed it earlier, Katiyana Mauga has been named one of 25 finalists for NFCA Freshman of the Year. Congrats, Kati!
— Arizona Softball (@UA_Softball) April 18, 2014
Ka’Deem Carey has been criticized for his breakaway speed during the NFL scouting combine and other workouts, but at least one analyst knows that Carey can be unstoppable in short yardage and red-zone situations.
If only every RB tried to finish every run like Ka'Deem Carey tries to finish his. You better bring it when you square up on this kid…
— Louis Riddick (@LRiddickESPN) April 17, 2014
Woooooahhhh … This must eat at Rich Rodriguez. Sixth-best coach in the Pac-12? Behind ASU’s Todd Graham? Newcomer Chris Petersen No. 1? That should go to Stanford’s David Shaw in a runaway.
— Mike Jurecki (@mikejurecki) April 17, 2014