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2017 Schedule
1st in Pac-12
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6hSeth Walder

Preseason BPI: Arizona rated high again

Sean Miller has yet another talented squad that is ranked No. 5 overall in the initial 2017-18 Basketball Power Index.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Krzyzewski and two assistants, Kevin Ollie and two assistants, Jim Boeheim, Jim Larranaga, Kansas, Kentucky, Arizona, Oregon at #The8 for Team Final (Cameron Reddish, Louis King) vs. Cal Supreme.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN 100 PG Devon Dotson has been one of the most consistently impressive players this week at UA All-American Camp. Said he wants to visit Arizona and Miami because he hasn't been there yet.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star Nazreon Reid said he has visits set up in September to UCLA and Kansas. Already been to LSU, also wants to visit Kentucky and Arizona.

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10dMyron Medcalf

The next wave of coaches who will own college basketball

College basketball is defined by its coaches. There is Coach K and John Calipari, Roy Williams and Jim Boeheim, Tom Izzo, Rick Pitino and Bill Self. Over the next decade, they will slowly step away. Who takes their place atop the mountain?

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Can Bagley III join the class of 2017? (1:41)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Roy Williams watching five-star Simi Shittu. Tar Heels have been showing interest, no offer yet. Sean Miller, John Beilein also watching.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

A day after offering, Sean Miller watching five-star Simi Shittu. Kevin Ollie, Dana Altman, John Beilein, Notre Dame, UNC, Vanderbilt, Ohio State also on hand.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

With Shaq looking on, Shareef O'Neal had a solid performance tonight. Hit multiple 3-pointers, including a one-dribble pull-up. Five-star Arizona commit.

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15dMyron Medcalf

The best combos in college basketball

Arizona could be No. 1 in the nation thanks to Pac-12 Player of the Year favorite Allonzo Trier and super freshman DeAndre Ayton, the No. 2 ranked recruit in the nation.

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22dJeff Borzello

Biggest 2018 recruiting needs for each top-25 team

It's never too early to look ahead at top-25 recruiting. No. 1 Arizona has been busy, landing two ESPN 100 players, including Shareef O'Neal, Shaq's son. Elsewhere, Duke's and Kentucky's priorities are seemingly every remaining five-star.

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25dMyron Medcalf

Most challenging jobs in every state: Arizona

Arizona State has just two NCAA tournament appearances since 2003. To make matters worse, Bobby Hurley has to recruit against Sean Miller.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Los Angeles Lakers announced that Miles Simon will join their staff as an assistant coach. Like Lakers head coach Luke Walton, Simon is an Arizona alumnus and famously led the Wildcats to a national championship in 1997. After a brief NBA career, he went on to spend a number of years in coaching and player development roles, as well as working as a college basketball analyst for ESPN.

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Miller thinks Markkanen is a good fit for Bulls (2:10)
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SC Featured: Markkanen is the Finnisher (6:36)
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34dChad Ford

Next year's NBA draft stars: DeAndre Ayton

Arizona's Lauri Markkanen heard his name called early in Thursday night's draft. Incoming freshman DeAndre Ayton is likely to follow in his footsteps next year.

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Lauri Markkanen becomes the first Finnish-born player drafted in the lottery. His 69 3-pointers are the most by a 7-footer in college basketball in the last 20 seasons. He's reportedly headed to the Bulls in the Jimmy Butler trade.

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36dChad Ford

Big Board 8.0: Lauri Markkanen

Markkanen might be the best 3-point shooter in the draft; he has great size for his position.

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Dubs to work out six Tuesday

The Warriors, despite not currently having a draft pick, will host six players for their final pre-draft workout Tuesday: Wisconsin G Bronson Koenig, Nebraska G Tai Webster, SMU F Ben Moore and G Sterling Brown, Arizona C Chance Comanche and Florida G Canyon Barry,

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Jenkins, four others to work out for Philly

The Sixers will be hosting Villanova hero Kris Jenkins at their Camden, N.J., facility for a pre-draft workout, along with four other prospects: Pitt F Michael Young, Arizona G Kadeem Allen, Florida State C Michael Ojo and Senegal C Youssoupha Fall.

Team Stats

Points Per Game76.6101st
Rebounds Per Game36.7121st
Assists Per Game13.5169th
Points Allowed65.939th

Tournament History

Final Fours4
Tournament Record54-32
Championship Seasons1997
Tournament Appearances33