After four-plus seasons, Sean Miller says his program has both feet on the ground...and more notes after UA's 50-point win at McKale Center.
Sean Miller is already talking about an eight-man rotation...and fretting over defense and rebounding after UA's exhibition win over Augustana College.
Gabe York said defense and confidence are key to his playing time...and other notes from McKale Center.
The Blue Team will have T.J. McConnell, but Aaron Gordon, Nick Johnson and Kaleb Tarczewski are all on the Red. ... and other notes before today's Red Blue celebration.
Gabe York may need to be creative to defend his title ... Solomon Hill is shopping for lotion... and other links.
Aaron Gordon says he's "absolutely happy" at Arizona...and more notes/links after UA's preseason media day.
The five-star wing from Mater Dei hosted UA coaches for an in-home visit Monday... Eric Cooper commits to Nevada ... and other notes/links.
Nick Johnson coordinated an effort to get seven Wildcats into a duplex near McKale Center.
Grant Jerrett's decision to leave for pro basketball opens up another roster spot for the Wildcats for the 2013-14 season. Arizona may try again to go the "rent-a-grad" route, such as when Mark Lyons joined the team last year.
Kaleb Tarczewski, right, was one of the freshman trio in 2012-13 that stole minutes away from Angelo Chol. It's not known yet if Chol will redshirt next season, or possibly even transfer.
Grant Jerrett is only one of the parties that the Grant Jerrett Decision left with an uncertain future.
UA prospect Aaron Gordon, grabbing a loose ball last week in the CIF boys open division state high school title game, had 22 points and 20 rebounds for San Jose Archbishop Mitty in a 50-45 loss to Santa Ana Mater Dei.
The Arizona Wildcats won't be a part of the 2013 Final Four, but they still have a chance to pull off one of college basketball's biggest victories this week.
Arizona 6-foot-10-inch freshman Grant Jerrett, left, has spent time in practice this week guarding smaller players, such as 6-2 Gabe York.
SALT LAKE CITY - Back home at Likins Hall, the Arizona Wildcats' three freshmen big guys try to play defense against the little guy.
For weathered Wildcat-watchers, perhaps the most significant change witnessed in Wednesday night's 70-52 victory against Washington was from a person who scored three points.
Arizona's Nick Johnson, left, and Gabe York attempt to block Abdul Gaddy's shot. The Cats held the Huskies to 30.8 percent shooting from the field and 9.1 percent on three-pointers.
Thanks to its top three scorers, Arizona's offense finally found its way in a 70-52 win over Washington on Wednesday night at McKale Center.
UA guard Gabe York played in his first Pac-12 game Saturday against USC, but his work in practice lately has Sean Miller reconsidering his rotation.
By hitting a pair of three-pointers in his last two extended appearances, Arizona Wildcats freshman Gabe York has been mounting a public argument for more playing time.