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ESPN analyst Jay Bilas said Arizona Wildcats point guard T.J. McConnell is the difference between UA being "really good" and a good team, while saying he was impressed with several things about the Wildcats.
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.
Arizona sophomore center Kaleb "Zeus" Tarczewski spent the offseason slimming down so he could play bigger minutes in the upcoming season. Let's count down his 12 largest moments from his freshman season.
Nick Johnson coordinated an effort to get seven Wildcats into a duplex near McKale Center.
Arizona Wildcats center Kaleb Tarczewski will serve as a counselor for the Adidas Nations event this weekend in Southern California.
Arizona released the team's Pac-12 basketball schedule for the upcoming season, though the Pac-12 says it is not yet official. Take a look back at the last time Arizona met each team at each venue on the schedule.
CHICAGO – Maybe he’s a small forward, maybe not.
Mark Lyons arrived from Xavier, took over the point guard role and proved himself in numerous clutch situations for the Wildcats.
Nick Johnson, coming in from the left to block SDSU guard Chase Tapley's shot in the final seconds, had "energy that really" affected the UA.
Arizona freshman Kaleb Tarczewski carved out a niche toward the end of the season with some unstoppable post moves.
Considering where the Arizona Wildcats were predicted to be in October, you could say their season just about met expectations.
LOS ANGELES - Only a hundred or so folks were scattered throughout Staples Center when the Arizona Wildcats held their public shootaround Wednesday, and one of them wouldn't think of missing it.
Since Arizona's Feb. 10 loss to Cal, center Kaleb Tarczewski (35) has become the model of consistency.
Arizona's Kaleb Tarczewski clamps down on Harvard's Kenyatta Smith during the second half of Arizona's win. The 7-foot freshman helped keep the Crimson to a 27.6 shooting percentage for the game.
UA guard Mark Lyons tussles with a pair of Harvard players for a loose ball in a game that included a lot of time on the deck.
SALT LAKE CITY - Before Mark Lyons finished putting a pain in the stomachs of Harvard alumni everywhere, he had one of his own.
For Kevin Parrom, left, the UA's win over Harvard means a return to Southern California for a Sweet 16 appearance.