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14-13, 7th in Pac-12

Cal goes for sweep of Stanford on Friday

The Golden Bears (18-7, 9-4 in Pac-12 play) had a five-game winning streak snapped last Saturday at Arizona. The Cardinal (12-13, 4-9) have dropped five of their last six games. Preview


Hoop math looks good for Pac-12

The conference has fewer teams than the SEC (14), ACC (15 in basketball) or Big Ten (14), yet has attracted more members of ESPN's top 100 recruits than any other league.

Arizona bounces back with win over Stanford (0:40)

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

Arizona beat Stanford at home, but...well, Arizona's supposed to beat Stanford at home. Lauri Markkanen struggled through a 2-for-9 outing (with a huge 3 late, to be sure), and the Cardinal offense was at times made to look like Oregon's. Speaking of the Ducks and that game in Eugene last Saturday, should we be worried about you, Wildcats?

Markkanen's 3-pointer puts Arizona up for good (0:24)
Allen nearly destroys the rim with thunderous hammer dunk (0:16)

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

When the über-efficient Lauri Markkanen ends the half by firing up a brick that doesn't even draw iron, something's amiss. Arizona played the first half against Stanford as though it still hasn't come to terms with being blown off the floor at Oregon. Sean Miller's team is up by just three in Tucson with 20 minutes to go.

Simmons gets hit and still makes for Arizona (0:25)

Travis powers Stanford past Utah

Reid Travis scored 13 of his 26 points in the final 8-plus minutes as Stanford pulled away to beat Utah 81-75 in a seesaw Pac-12 Conference game Saturday.

Oregon rolls past Stanford without Brooks (0:35)
Boucher tries destroying the rim with two-handed jam (0:21)
Oregon caps 11-0 run with alley-oop slam (0:35)
39dTom Luginbill

Scout's Take: WR Saiid Adebo to Stanford

Under Armour All-American Saiid Adebo is the latest top prospect to select Stanford. Continue reading to see how Adebo can make an impact with the Cardinal:What he brings: A terrific blend of speed, explosiveness and ball skills and a very athletic overall prospect.

Team Stats

Points Per Game69.3271st
Rebounds Per Game34.6249th
Assists Per Game13.1208th
Points Allowed69.4101st

Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record23-16
Championship Seasons1942
Tournament Appearances17