Arizona Wildcats basketball: On Walton, Winslow and other notes

2013-10-21T12:14:00Z 2013-10-21T13:28:04Z Arizona Wildcats basketball: On Walton, Winslow and other notesBruce Pascoe Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
October 21, 2013 12:14 pm  • 

Former Arizona Wildcat forward Luke Walton is working Lakers broadcasts but isn't calling his NBA career over yet.

"I’m doing this because I think it’s going to be fun," Walton told ESPNLosAngeles. "Obviously I love the Lakers organization and it’s a way to stay involved and stay in the game of basketball while I continue to work out, in case I don’t get a call, I’m not just sitting around every day."

During his official recruiting visit, Justise Winslow posed with Aaron Gordon at the Utah-UA football game, then left this message on Twitter:

Mike Bibby paid a visit to UA over the weekend, just in time for the official visits of Winslow and Michael Humphrey, and Sean Miller wondered how he measured up to the talent on hand at practice.

2015 UA target Bennie Boatwright shared this photo from the Red Blue Game the previous weekend, when he visited with Parker Jackson-Cartwright and Stanley Johnson.

ESPN's Dana O'Neil looks at the respectful relationship between Sean Miller and Lute Olson, while Eamonn Brennan says this year's Wildcats will be worth the price of admission.

St. Johns coach Steve Lavin has jumped into the Isaiah Briscoe sweepstakes.

After a partial season with the Phoenix Mercury, former UA interim coach Russ Pennell says he wants to head back to college.

We had a look at the new rules intended to increase scoring in college basketball, if you missed it.

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