2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
15-4, 1st in Pac-12
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No. 14 Arizona dominates at Cal (0:45)
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Arizona's Trier hits a beautiful layup in transition (0:20)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Purdue has almost caught Villanova in BPI's latest ratings and rankings. The model, which predicts team strength going forward, is not buying teams like Oklahoma, Arizona State and Kentucky the way the AP voters are.

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Ayton, Trier lead Arizona past Oregon (0:36)
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Wildcats' Ayton slams it home to take the lead (0:35)
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Tim Sullivan ESPN Producer 

Bill Walton gets healed by the Raven in preparation for Arizona-Oregon 2p ET on ESPN2.

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Trier, Ayton fuel Wildcats (1:22)
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Trier makes defender regret jumping (0:36)
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Deandre Ayton is not afraid to be the next big thing

Deandre Ayton doesn't want to be Dwight Howard. Sure, he's 7-foot-1 and can knock people around in the post. But he wants to dribble and shoot, too. He wants to dominate in games and practices and in his never-ending pursuit of the gold jersey.

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Miller: 'I can't get those guys to play for me' (1:31)
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Colorado snaps Arizona's 9-game winning streak (0:37)

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

It's been eight days since the Pac-12 opened its conference basketball schedule and there is not an undefeated team remaining. Colorado, which lost its first two conference games to Oregon State and Oregon, upset No. 14 Arizona, 80-77, giving the Buffaloes a pair of top-15 wins in the last three days.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Halftime: Colorado 45, Arizona 29 Buffs coming off win over Arizona State...

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Boyle looking to keep aggressive offense in 2nd half (0:39)
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Ayton goes off against Utah (1:09)

Team Stats

Points Per Game82.733rd
Rebounds Per Game36.6144th
Assists Per Game16.156th
Points Allowed71.4156th

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Tournament History

Final Fours4
Tournament Record54-32
Championship Seasons1997
Tournament Appearances33