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16-2, 1st in Pac-12

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Statement from Allonzo Trier: "Earlier this season, I was notified that I tested positive for a trace amount of a banned performance-enhancing drug following an NCAA random test and I was shocked. I have never knowingly taken a banned substance. After finding out that I was given a banned substance by a well-intentioned, but misguided person not associated with the University after an injury, I presented this information to the NCAA. The NCAA agreed that I had no knowledge of receiving the substance and my eligibility was restored. Although I can practice and travel with the team, I am not allowed to resume playing in games until the substance completely leaves my body even at a trace amount. Unfortunately, I am unsure of when that time will be, but I hope it is soon. I want to thank my family, coaches, teammates, my attorney and the athletics department for their support during this difficult time. I will not have any further comment at this time. In addition, I have asked the athletics department to respect my privacy by not answering any questions or releasing any information beyond this statement."

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

There is no timetable for when Trier will return -- if he even returns. Level has decreased, per sources. But still not completely out of his system.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Just filed: Arizona's Trier failed test for performance-enhancing drug, sources told ESPN. Was cleared by NCAA, but drug needs to be completely out of his system before he can play.

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11hJeff Goodman

Arizona's Trier tested positive for PED in Sept.

Arizona guard Allonzo Trier tested positive for a PED in September and hasn't been allowed to return to the team because the drug is not completely out of his system.

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2dSharon Katz

BPI names conference winners; Kansas is not among them

Kansas looks like the favorite to win a 13th consecutive Big 12 title, but BPI sees things differently. We crunched the BPI numbers and have the winners in all six major conferences.

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Ayton: The NCAA Hasn't Seen A Big Like Me

Arizona commit DeAndre Ayton talks to Andy Katz & Seth Greenberg about why he chose Arizona, what he'll bring to Sean Miller's system, electing to not play overseas and more.

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2dJeff Borzello

Hoophall notes: Decision for five-star Bowen

Bowen, No. 13 in the ESPN 100, will commit after an unofficial visit to Michigan State. Other finalists are Creighton, Arizona, Texas and NC State.

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Cats climb to No. 20 in Power Rankings

Arizona rises one notch after beating Arizona State to stretch its winning streak to 10 games. The Wildcats will make the LA trip next weekend beginning with USC on Thursday night. Power Rankings

Chris Morris

New look to Joe's No. 5 line

Joe Lunardi drops Oregon from a No. 4 seed despite a 14-game winning streak and promotes Wisconsin up one line. Arizona and Cincinnati hold their places at that level. Bracketology

Andrew Smith ESPN Editor 

Trevon Duval, No. 5 in the ESPN 100, showed this afternoon why high-profile college programs want him to be their point guard. He had 12 points, 13 assists, and 16 rebounds in IMG Academy's win at the HoopHall Classic. The highlight came when he caught a long pass at half court and, in one motion, turned and tossed a perfect alley-oop pass to a teammate for an easy dunk. He will attend either Arizona, Baylor, Duke, Kansas, or Seton Hall.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Four-star junior Emmanuel Akot is a really talented offensive player. 6-foot-6, can make shots off the dribble, initiates and creates offense for others -- has a final four of Arizona, Oregon, Louisville and Utah.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Best I've seen Arizona signee Brandon Randolph play in a long time. Putting it on the floor a little bit, jumper falling from different levels -- mid-range pull-ups, spot-up 3s. Has been aggressive in the second half.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Assistants from Arizona and Arizona State have made appearances at the Hoophall Classic today. Arizona watched ESPN 60 Jahvon Quinerly.

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5dMyron Medcalf

Arizona: No proof yet racial slur used on ASU star

Arizona said that it has yet to find anyone who can confirm Arizona State star Torian Graham's claim that a Wildcats fan called him a racial slur before Thursday's game.

Arizona State's Torian Graham flips off Arizona fans (0:25)
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6dMyron Medcalf

ASU's Graham flips off fans, claims slurs yelled

Arizona State's Torian Graham apologized for making obscene gestures toward Arizona fans before Thursday night's game, claiming racial slurs were yelled at him as he walked to the locker room.

Arizona puts on dunk show in win over Arizona State (0:49)

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Another statement by Lauri Markkanen and the Arizona Wildcats. With or without Allonzo Trier, they're ready to fight for the PAC-12 title.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Bobby Hurley deserved that technical. He was on the 3-point line arguing a call. Can't do that. But he has to be careful. The New Mexico Theory of Great Comebacks suggests this is not an insurmountable deficit. Has to remain composed.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

If Arizona State can't score in a 3 on 1 fast break situation, they can go home at halftime.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

If you didn't know about Lauri Markkanen before this, now you know. He's a gifted big man who will excel at the next level. Can step back and hit the 3 or score with ease in the paint. He's fluid. More people should be talking about Lauri Markkanen.

Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Miller entered the year expecting to ride his perimeter stars to a Pac-12 title. Then, Allonzo Trier was sidelined. And Ray Smith suffered a career-ending injury. His switch to a reliance on big men Dusan Ristic and Lauri Markkanen changed everything and made him a national coach of the year contender.

Chris Morris

Three new 5 seeds in eyes of Lunardi

Purdue's victory over No. 13 Wisconsin earned the Boilermakers a spot on Joe Lunardi's five line along with Cincinnati, which also moved up following its sixth straight win. Meanwhile, Xavier dropped to a 5 seed and Arizona remained unchanged. Bracketology

Team Stats

Points Per Game75.2145th
Rebounds Per Game37.8Tied-117th
Assists Per Game14.2136th
Points Allowed61.612th

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Tournament History

Final Fours4
Tournament Record54-32
Championship Seasons1997
Tournament Appearances33