Thunder GM Sam Presti said Grant Jerrett "has the ability to shoot the ball for his size, and he also has an uncanny awareness on the floor for a frontcourt player."
Grant Jerrett hit 40.5 percent of his three-point attempts during his lone year at the UA.
Maybe Grant Jerrett would have developed into a lottery pick if he stayed with the Arizona Wildcats for more than one season. Maybe not.
The annual Red-Blue Game is always fun, and the new rule gives the UA more flexibility in scheduling the scrimmage.
October no longer has to be madness for the Arizona Wildcats.
UA signee Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, left, knows how to score, but the focus of his game today in Portland's Nike Hoop Summit Game will likely be on defending top-rated wing Andrew Wiggins of Canada.
Andrew Wiggins showed off his skills in a slam dunk contest in Chicago earlier this month. Can he do the same against a UA signee today?
BEAVERTON, Ore. - Rondae Hollis-Jefferson has two extra incentives in today's Nike Hoop Summit game.
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 senior walk-on guard Quinton Crawford, right, horseplaying with T.J. McConnell in October, wants to get into coaching after graduation.
For 73 regular-season games over four years, Pac-12 opponents have had to deal with Solomon Hill.
Arizona Wildcats guard Davellyn Whyte was named to the All-Pac-12 team Tuesday night for the fourth straight year. Today, she will begin her final Pac-12 tournament.
There's a reason senior forward Kevin Parrom has started the Arizona Wildcats' past three games, and it became obvious Saturday.
While thanking Arizona Wildcats fans for showing up at McKale Center on a rainy, snowy night Wednesday, coach Sean Miller also took a playful jab at the hardiness of Tucsonans.