The timeout came with about eight seconds left in a basketball camp game at the Lohse YMCA, and coach Kevin Parrom was frantically looking around for something to write on.
Blake Griffin says Aaron Gordon reminds him a little of himself...and other links during Arizona's bye weekend.
Of all Arizona's players in the D-League this season, Kyle Fogg might be a particularly interesting one to keep an eye on.
At 31, the former UA guard will begin his comeback in Fort Wayne...and other notes.
Nick Johnson coordinated an effort to get seven Wildcats into a duplex near McKale Center.
For the Arizona Wildcats, today's NBA draft could turn into Opposite Day.
Projections have Grant Jerrett going in the second round because he has the size and skills to be a power forward who can shoot from the perimeter.
After one semester with the Arizona Wildcats baseball team last fall, pitcher Dalton Brown packed his bags, transferred to Texas Tech - and was pitching for the Red Raiders three months later.
Former Arizona wing Kevin Parrom (3) delayed his professional preparation so that he could participate in UA's commencement. He is the first in his family to earn a college degree.
And more on the Zach Peters eligibility scenario...
Former Arizona forward Solomon Hill is trying to improve his standing for the NBA draft in June.
Mark Lyons had a strong NCAA tournament in his only season with Arizona, but isn't expected to be selected in the NBA draft. He could start his pro career overseas or in the D-League.
Solomon Hill missed Arizona's graduation ceremonies last week, but he's already pretty busy with his professional life.
Those who stick around get degrees...and UA adds a walk-on forward.
The games were over but the Wildcats had plenty of drama in April...and readers say the biggest Pac-12 challenger to UA next season will not be a team...
Kevin Parrom's Arizona Wildcats basketball career is officially over.
Departure gives UA one more scholarship for next season.
Kevin Parrom was a longshot to get a fifth year, anyway.
CHICAGO – Maybe he’s a small forward, maybe not.
LOS ANGELES — When Solomon Hill committed to the Arizona Wildcats in April 2009, recruiting was in shambles after two years of coaching transition and there was no telling if Sean Miller could even convince point guard Nic Wise to stick around for a fourth year.