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Arizona Kills Washington 86-62

February 13th, 2015 News 1 Comment

NCAA BASKETBALL: DEC 13 Michigan at Arizona

Arizona was too big, too fast, and too strong for Washington in a 86-62 demolition of the Huskies in Seattle.

Stanley Johnson and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson both hit 7 of 10 from the field, scoring 20 and 17 points, respectively. Johnson had 8 rebounds, while Hollis-Jefferson collected 9 of his own.

Arizona was on fire from the field, shooting 31 of 59 (52.5%). The Wildcats were the aggressor all night, forcing Washington into bad shots and taking advantage on the offensive end.

TJ McConnell was once again a virtuoso point guard, scoring 10 points to go along with 10 assists. McConnell had 8 first half assists, and was the main reason why Arizona looked as good they did.

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  1. NOVA fan

    February 14, 2015
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    It is crystal clean that Sean wants perfection and maximum effort from his players, particularly on defense. However, his repeated screaming at Stanley last night distracted from the game. At one point, he called timeout and benched Stanley for what seemed like only a minute. In the second half, when Stanley outstretched his arms in frustration at Sean’s yelling, you could tell that he wasn’t sure what the coach wanted him to do. I don’t mind watching Sean or any other coach getting a player’s attention during the game, but last night’s Sean and Stanley sideshow went beyond the pale and must have thrown off our other players on the floor. It was topped only by Bill Walton’s total disrespect for the game, the players and the fans once the Huskies fell behind. ESPN and the PAC-12 network may think that Walton is good for the game, but the majority of us fans think that he disgraces it.

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