Arizona Wildcats

17-15

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 70.9 220th
Rebounds Per Game 34.8 207th
Assists Per Game 12.4 248th
Points Allowed 68.9 108th
2018-19 Pac-12 Standings
TEAM CONF OVR
Washington 15-3 27-9
Arizona State 12-6 23-11
Utah 11-7 17-14
Colorado 10-8 23-13
Oregon State 10-8 18-13
Oregon 10-8 25-13
UCLA 9-9 17-16
USC 8-10 16-17
Arizona 8-10 17-15
Stanford 8-10 15-16
Washington State 4-14 11-21
California 3-15 8-23

Arizona Wildcats News

  • Fansided: Arizona Basketball: Fans want fair treatment in the NCAA investigation

    As a collective fan base, we are still waiting for the punishment to be handed down from the NCAA for the roles coaches played in the "pay to play" scandal throughout college basketball. While the NCAA sorts through this process all that Wildcat fans can hope for is fair treatment for the Arizona Basketball program.

    Wildcat fans are willing to admit that the coaches at Arizona should have never put the program at risk. Our coaching staff should have avoided a devious sports agent such as Christian Dawkins and be able to sniff out the suspicious activity that surrounded him.

    As a collective fan base, we are still waiting for the punishment to be handed down from the NCAA for the roles coaches played in the "pay to play" scandal throughout college basketball. While the NCAA sorts through this process all that Wildcat fans can hope for is fair treatment for the Arizona Basketball program.

    Wildcat fans are willing to admit that the coaches at Arizona should have never put the program at risk. Our coaching staff should have avoided a devious sports agent such as Christian Dawkins and be able to sniff out the suspicious activity that surrounded him.

  • Fansided: Arizona Basketball: Possible rotations for the 2019-20 season

    Changes. Since last season has ended there have been many changes with the current Arizona Basketball roster. Players graduating and leaving, new incoming talent and those returning for another year have impacted the possible rotations for the 2019-20 season. Time to take a look at what the rotations could be.

    As of right now, with all the recent changes happening head coach Sean Miller has 13 scholarship spots filled. That means he has a lot of options when it comes to the starting lineup and how he will utilize his bench.

  • Fansided: Arizona Basketball: Alex Barcello saying goodbye to Arizona

    After two years with Arizona Basketball, junior point guard Alex Barcello has decided to leave Arizona to pursue other opportunities. He is the third former Wildcat to leave in the last couple of months. Devonaire Doutrive and Terry Armstrong are the other two to decommit from Arizona.

    The number one point guard in the state of Arizona for the class of 2017 and a four-star recruit, Barcello was hoping to do great things for Wildcat basketball. That never happened. He saw limited playing time the last two seasons and didn't even start a single game.

  • Fansided: Arizona Basketball: Alex Barcello saying goodbye to Arizona

    After two years with Arizona Basketball, junior point guard Alex Barcello has decided to leave Arizona to pursue other opportunities. He is the third former Wildcat to leave in the last couple of months. Devonaire Doutrive and Terry Armstrong are the other two to decommit from Arizona.

    The number one point guard in the state of Arizona for the class of 2017 and a four-star recruit, Barcello was hoping to do great things for Wildcat basketball. That never happened. He saw limited playing time the last two seasons and didn't even start a single game.

  • azcentral.com: 2020 NBA mock draft: Nico Mannion, Josh Green among Arizona's next NBA draft contingent

    Just one former Arizona high school or college basketball player was picked in the 2019 NBA draft.

    2020 could prove much more fruitful for the state, according to early NBA mock drafts for next season.

    Former Paradise Valley standout Nico Mannion, former Glendale Mountain Ridge standout Josh Green, former Gilbert Perry standout Markus Howard and ASU's Rob Edwards all find their names in early mock draft projections for next season.

    Mannion and Green, who are both enrolled at Arizona, are expected to be first-round picks.

    Howard, who plays at Marquette, and Edwards show up as second-round projections.

  • Fansided: Arizona Basketball: Wildcats have dominated ASU in the NBA Draft

    Since the inception of the NBA Draft in 1947, the Arizona Basketball program has had more players drafted then most schools including the rivals up north, the Arizona State Sun Devils. They claim to be a basketball school, yet they really don't have much to show for yet. Numbers don't lie.

    The Wildcats have had 72 players drafted in the NBA, where as the Sun Devils have only had 36. Now there have been players who weren't drafted into the NBA, but still signed to a team, either through a two-way contract or as an unrestricted free agent.

  • Fansided: Does Arizona Basketball lead for 2020 wing, Donovan 'Puff' Johnson?

    College Basketball recruiting is an ongoing event, and for Arizona Basketball it certainly never stops, especially as Sean Miller and the program focus on 2020 and beyond!

    For those that follow or care to know, despite the NCAA speculation, Miller and the Wildcats are full steam ahead. Making offers and still recruiting the top talent in each class, it seems like Arizona hasn't lost a step.

    One of their top targets thus far has been 2020 wing, Donovan 'Puff' Johnson! A four-star and uber talent at Moon Area High School in Coraopolis, PA, he's considered the No.

  • Fansided: Arizona Basketball: Five-star combo guard Devin Askew a priority for Arizona

    These past couple of months Arizona Basketball head coach Sean Miller and his coaching staff are making a serious push to get one of the top guards in the Class of 2021 Devin Askew. It would be a huge get for the program if they were able to recruit him. Knowing how big this could be, they are "all in."

    About a month ago, they made an offer to Askew, who currently has received offers from 15 other schools. Some of the top college programs in the nation are going after him including Kansas, who just offered him a few days ago.

  • Fansided: Former Wildcat Brandon Randolph to join Minnesota T'Wolves for Summer

    It's never easy making it into the Top 60 picks of the NBA Draft, but nonetheless, former Wildcat Brandon Randolph had huge aspirations when he declared for the draft just weeks ago!

    Coming in, it was likely going to tough for Randolph, but heck guys like KaDeem Allen, Grant Jarrett, etc. were drafted, perhaps it was feasible for Randolph to be as well!

    After all, this past season as a sophomore, Brandon finished the year averaging 12.4 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game!

    The thing to like about him, is his potential!

  • Arizona Desert Swarm: Jason Terry, Gilbert Arenas, and Mike Bibby to play in Big 3 this summer

    Jason Terry, Mike Bibby, and Gilbert Arenas are three names that comes with a hint of nostalgia with a dash of idolization.

    Relics of days of Final Fours and national championships. Something that has been missing in Tucson for 18 years.

    Luckily for Arizona Wildcats fans, they will be able to (slightly) relive the glory days as the Wildcat trio will not only be playing in the Big3 tournament, they will be captaining their respective teams as Ice Cube's three-on-three league of former NBA stars gets underway this summer.

  • Fansided: Deandre Ayton or Zion Williamson, who has the higher NBA upside?

    A year ago Deandre Ayton became the first Arizona Wildcat ever to be selected as a No.1 pick in the NBA Draft. This time around, it was former Duke Blue Devils phenom Zion Williamson selected as the No.1 pick by the New Orleans Pelicans. Both of these players were unanimous choices to be the first overall pick because of their skill set and NBA upside.

    Each player dominated on the college level as expected. Neither though were able to help their team into the Final Four and win a national championship.

  • Arizona Desert Swarm: Brandon Randolph to play for Minnesota Timberwolves in NBA Summer League

    After going undrafted Thursday, Arizona Wildcats guard Brandon Randolph has agreed to play for the Minnesota Timberwolves in NBA Summer League, according to his high school program.

    Las Vegas Summer League, which features all 30 teams, kicks off on July 5. Each team plays at least five games and as many as seven. The circuit mostly consists of first- and second- year players plus some fringe NBA prospects.

    It will be a good opportunity for Randolph to showcase his talent to not only NBA front offices, but international scouts as well.

  • Fansided: Arizona Basketball: All-time Top 5 one-and-done players from Arizona

    There have been many former Arizona Basketball players that have gone onto the NBA and made a name for themselves. Some played a couple years at Arizona and some even stayed all four years, but there are a select few that have left after their freshman year and done well in the NBA. We call those the one-and-doners!

    It 's becoming more and more common for players to leave after their first year at college. Per current NBA Draft eligibility rules, the player has to have played at least one year of college basketball.

  • Arizona Desert Swarm: 5-star guard Devin Askew visited Arizona on Thursday

    Five-star guard Devin Askew unofficially visited the Arizona Wildcats on Thursday, according to Jake Weingarten of StockRisers.

    The 6-foot-3, 2021 prospect is the No. 15 player in his class and No. 3 combo guard, per 247Sports composite rankings.

    Askew is enrolled at Mater Dei in Santa Ana, California, the same school former Wildcat Stanley Johnson attended.

    Not surprisingly, Askew has offers from powerhouses like Kansas, Villanova, and Louisville.

    Askew and Nico Mannion went head to head last season, and things got a bit heated as Mannion dropped 45 points:

    Askew will be playing in a showcase in Phoenix this weekend as part of the Section 7 Basketball Team Camp event.

  • Arizona Desert Swarm: Arizona guard Brandon Randolph not selected in 2019 NBA Draft, but has other options

    A surprise to no one, Arizona Wildcats guard Brandon Randolph did not get selected in the 2019 NBA Draft on Thursday.

    The sophomore was not listed on ESPN's Top 100, making it an extreme long shot that he would be taken in the 60-player draft.

    It's the first time since 2016 and second time since 2012 that an Arizona Wildcat was not drafted into the NBA.

    Randolph can go several ways from here. He can sign a two-way contract, an Exhibit 10 contract, a standard G League contract, or head overseas.

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