Sights and Sounds: Arizona Wildcats 71-64 win over South Dakota State

Over the past four games, Arizona has rolled past their opponents, winning by an average of 34.5 points a game. As you can see, it’s been a Sunday drive through the schedule. However, things were different Thursday night for Arizona, who struggled to find it’s footing with sloppy play and quickly triggered three-point shots that killed momentum. At one point, Arizona trailed by 10-points midway through the first half. Eventually, Arizona was able to fix its issues as they walked away with a 71-64 win.

It was evident Sean Miller was displeased with how his team performed through the game. Even more concerning to Miller was the fact that Zeke Nnaji took ZERO shots in the first half.

Here are the sights, sounds, and media reaction from Arizona’s 71-64 victory. Plus, post-game interviews from Nico Mannion, Chase Jeter, and coach Miller.

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