UA-WSU pregame notes

2013-02-23T10:38:00Z 2013-02-23T16:01:04Z UA-WSU pregame notesBruce Pascoe Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
February 23, 2013 10:38 am  • 

Some notes and links of possible interest before today's UA-WSU game at 1 p.m...

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Because the Coyotes are on FS Arizona, today's UA game is on Fox Sports Arizona Plus in Arizona and New Mexico. For anyone in the area unsure of what number that is with their cable or satellite provider, check this link.

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The Cougars are hoping to stick to good fundamentals today at McKale Center.

We advanced the game with a feature on WSU's Royce Woolridge, and a scouting report with notes.

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 Here's the official game notes from Arizona and from WSU.

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In high school playoff action:

UA signee Elliott Pitts had 16 points and nine rebounds while De La Salle won its section quarterfinal game.

 In Los Angeles, UA target Parker Jackson-Cartwright had 16 points as Loyola lost to Long Beach Poly. According to the Twitter feed of Scout's Josh Gershon, Max Hazzard (brother of UA's Jacob Hazzard) also played well.

UA signee Rondae Jefferson went scoreless in the first half but his Chester High School team hardly needed the points, winning 78-29 in a playoff game that was its final home appearance.

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Could Cal be the favorite to win the Pac-12, considering its remaining schedule? Jeff Faraudo takes a look.

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Tad Boyle says Andre Roberson is the best defender in the country but Eric Musselman says Carrick Felix is the best in the Pac-12. 

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Draft Express says Stanford's Dwight Powell is a guy the NBA should keep an eye on.

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One of Josh Pastner's hairstylists won't shave his beard until the Tigers lose.

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Other Pac-12 games today:

Cal at OSU, 4 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks). It's the last home game for the Beavers' unique Joe Burton and OSU will wear turquoise uniforms in his honor.

Stanford at Oregon, 6 p.m. (Pac-12 Networks)

Washington at ASU, 9 p.m (ESPNU)

 

 

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