Arizona Basketball

Social media reactions from Day One of Pac-12 Tournament



Only in Vegas with the neon lights, right?

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Cal coach Cuonzo Martin mentioned that he was impressed with how T.J. McConnell can get into the lane and make plays.

Arizona finished its workout at McKale Center about the time Cal and Washington State were set to tip off.

Meanwhile, Class of 2015 recruit Justin Simon won a title of his own with Brewster Academy, drawing praise from former Brewster and Arizona player Mark Lyons. Brewster took home the National Prep Championship trophy. …


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Sitting at a food court alone after a tough loss not a good image for Herb Sendek.

Neither is waiting for a flight home alone after An early exit


Steve Rivera of writes Arizona’s Pac-12 tournament title drought …

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Cal’s David Kravish, who seemingly has played for the Golden Bears for about 11 years, scored a career-high 25 against Washington State.

Tyrone Wallace is talented and capable of a great game at any time.

Would be a great way to cap the weekend


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Would be natural, wouldn’t it, for this show to be remote at the Pac-12 tournament?

“Down and out” …

[/ezcol_1half_end] publisher, writer and editor Javier Morales is a former Arizona Press Club award winner. He has also written articles for Bleacher Report and Lindy’s College Sports.

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