How former UA players fared in the NBA on Saturday:
Steve Kerr will step off his magic carpet to attend the UA-Cal game.
How former UA players fared in the NBA on Friday night
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How former UA Wildcats fared in the NBA on Sunday, Jan. 18
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MINNEAPOLIS — The Timberwolves' five starters have logged more minutes than any other starting group in the NBA this year, in part because former No. 2 overall draft pick Derrick Williams couldn't gain the trust of coach Rick Adelman.
And this may come as no surprise but... Grant Jerrett will start the season in the D-League.
Arizona Wildcats basketball
Craig Victor sat at a banquet in New Orleans with friends, family and travel-ball teammates Saturday knowing he could have instantly become the life of the party. A hometown hero choosing to play for LSU.
For decades, the Arizona Wildcats' best players have been synonymous with the numbers they've worn on their jerseys.
The Arizona Wildcats will no longer have to wait until mid-October to kick off full basketball practices.
His chiseled body and consistent production suggest Arizona senior forward Solomon Hill works hard already, but reminders to improve come anyway.
A more confident Solomon Hill, right, is projected to go in the middle of the NBA draft's second round June 27 in New York.
UA senior Solomon Hill, driving against Oregon State in January, is happy that he stayed in school. "There's so much more that goes into being a guy who can play in the NBA - your habits, how you present yourself," he says.