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  • Arizona’s Sean Miller remains in spotlight during federal trial

    Evidence presented in the college basketball corruption trial included a recording of defendant Christian Dawkins claiming that he and Arizona head coach Sean Miller discussed payments to Deandre Ayton.
  • Arizona reportedly lands grad transfer guard Max Hazzard

    Arizona has reportedly landed UC Irvine grad transfer guard Max Hazzard, the brother of former Wildcats guard Jacob Hazzard.
  • Judge: Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller will not testify in federal trial

    Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller will not testify in the federal trial over corruption from college basketball recruiting practices, a judge ruled.
  • WSJ: Arizona, ASU among top 50 most valuable basketball programs

    Following a season that saw one program end its streak of NCAA Tournament appearances and another possibly start one, the value of college basketball in Arizona has increased tremendously.
  • Arizona’s Brandon Randolph enters name in NBA Draft

    Arizona Wildcats wing Brandon Randolph will take advantage of the NCAA's new NBA Draft rules by entering himself into the 2019 NBA Draft.
  • Arizona Wildcats ranked No. 17 in ESPN’s way-too-early CBB rankings

    After a disappointing 2018-19, the Arizona Wildcats come in at No. 17 in ESPN's way-too-early 2019-20 men's college basketball top 25.
  • Arizona commit Mannion named National Basketball Athlete of the Year

    Nico Mannion added another award to his mantle on Monday, was named Boys' Basketball Athlete of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association.
  • Kevin Love pays tribute to Channing Frye with throwback Arizona jersey

    Kevin Love showed his appreciation for his Cavs teammate by donning a throwback jersey of Frye's from Arizona upon entering the game against the Spurs.
  • Arizona legend Lute Olson named to 2019 college hoops Hall of Fame

    Longtime coach Lute Olson headlines the 2019 class of six former players and three influential coaches selected for the College Basketball Hall of Fame.
  • Duo of Arizona commits share court in McDonald’s All-American Game

    Arizona commits Nico Mannion and Josh Green took center stage as the two repped the West in the McDonald's All-American game Wednesday night.
  • Former Arizona star Rob Gronkowski announces retirement from football

    Former Arizona Wildcats star tight end and three-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski announced his retirement from football on Sunday on Instagram.
  • Sean Miller doesn’t believe he’s coached his final game at Arizona

    Following the Wildcats' 78-65 loss to the USC Trojans, Arizona head coach Sean Miller was asked about his future with the school.
  • Arizona falls to USC in 1st round of Pac-12 Tournament

    The Arizona Wildcats suffered a first-round Pac-12 Tournament loss to the USC Trojans on Wednesday. Now they look to a murky future under Sean Miller.
  • Arizona hoping to play with pride in Pac-12 Tournament

    With winning the Pac-12 tourney the only chance the Wildcats have to go dancing, the team is looking to take the upcoming tourney one game at a time.
  • Pac-12 men’s basketball tournament seeding, schedule set

    With the conclusion of Saturday's action, the Pac-12 men's basketball tournament schedule is set. ASU and UA will both compete in Las Vegas.
  • UA’s Sean Miller says address to fans after ASU loss wasn’t goodbye

    Arizona men's basketball coach Sean Miller thanked the team's fans in an emotional address after the season finale but on Monday said it wasn't a goodbye.
  • Remy Martin leads Arizona State to a second win over Arizona

    Remy Martin had 27 points and eight rebounds, helping Arizona State beat rival Arizona to sweep the season series for the first time in a decade.
  • ‘Surging’ ASU heads to Tucson for regular season finale with Arizona

    With one final road game against the Wildcats to close out the regular season, the Sun Devils are embracing the challenge, with eyes on a bigger prize.
  • Trio gets prison in college basketball recruiting scandal

    Three men received prison sentences Tuesday in the college basketball recruiting scandal that has tainted two dozen schools, including the Arizona Wildcats.
  • Wildcats dominated by Oregon after only scoring 16 second half points

    The Arizona Wildcats were held to under 50 total points scored for the game Saturday night, 31 of which were scored in the first half.