After playing in Sweden, Brendon Lavender starts Scottsdale business.
If freshman guard Gabe York had timed his arrival to the Arizona Wildcats a year earlier, life might be different.
Kyle Fogg will play for the Rockets while Brendon Lavender says via Twitter he will play for the Hawks.
Chase Budinger is shipped to the Timberwolves...and other notes/links.
UA seniors finished their degrees... some details of what Mark Lyons must do to remain eligible as a graduate player for Arizona... but could the grad transfer loophole get closed?
Throughout their joyful run to the NCAA tournament Elite Eight in 2011, the Arizona Wildcats' favorite slogan became this Twitter hashtag: #weneverleft.
There were days Brendon Lavender never thought he'd be able to contribute to the Arizona Wildcats, when he wondered whether the days spent in the summer, trying to make the most of his senior year to come, were for naught.
If there's any good news for the Arizona Wildcats about their early NIT exit, it may be that it left forward Solomon Hill in no mood to test the NBA draft.
Arizona Wildcats basketball
Nobody has ever been a bigger part of Arizona basketball than Kyle Fogg. You can look it up.
Officially, the Arizona Wildcats' bumpy basketball season came to a quiet halt Wednesday in a forgettable 65-54 National Invitation Tournament loss to eighth-seeded Bucknell at McKale Center.
LOS ANGELES - During a second-half timeout, Colorado guard Carlon Brown talked to his teammates about the bubble.
The Arizona Wildcats have backed themselves into a corner this week, and nobody is likely casting a sour look at the team's top three seniors.
Sophomore guard Jordin Mayes may still be another game or two
away from rejoining the Arizona Wildcats.
PULLMAN, Wash. - All the ingredients for an Arizona Wildcats'
loss were there.
Between three big wins and a critical trip to Washington, the
Arizona Wildcats paused Saturday to look in the mirror and see who
they really are.
Sean Miller began his postgame address with some positives and
there were a few...
Brendon Lavender hit the 60-percent mark in three-point shooting
with his 5-for-6 effort against OSU...and other postgame notes from
UA's 81-73 win.
UA won't have more than five days between games until
March...Sean Miller says Kevin Parrom won't soon reach the level he
played at last season...and other notes/links as Pac-12 play begins