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The announcement that Kentucky-transfer Keion Brooks Jr. will play basketball next season for the Washington Huskies is certainly a blow to the Arizona basketball program. Arizona has a glaring hole at the small forward position, a position that Brooks would have likely filled to the tune of 30 minutes per game. One of the few concerns Wildcats fans had early…...

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At Arizona coach Tommy Lloyd’s preseason media availability last year he volunteered that he knew what good teams looked like then stated he was looking forward to working with the 2021-22 Arizona basketball team. It’s hard to imagine even in Lloyd’s most optimistic vision that this team would be so good that it would lose three players after one year,...

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Unveiling the inaugural Wildcat fan mailbag. Q: What is your take on the softball hire of Caitlin Lowe and baseball hire of Chip Hale, as we come close to the end of their first seasons? A. There just isn’t enough data but if you liked the Lowe hire initially, you should still be on board. Arizona fans aren’t used to...

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It’s not often an entire basketball team’s immediate future revolves around the decision of one player. But the Arizona Wildcats squad will be a national title contender if Dalen Terry comes back to Tucson for his junior season. If Terry stays in the draft Arizona transitions to more of a national top-20 team. Terry staying in the draft isn’t definitive...

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