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    Christian Koloko's jam helps seal Arizona's win

    Arizona's Justin Kier finds Christian Koloko underneath for a dunk that helps seal the Wildcats' win over Stanford.

    STAN 80, ARIZ 84

    Harrison Ingram and Spencer Jones hit 3s

    Stanford's Harrison Ingram & Spencer Jones make back-to-back 3s to keep the game tight against Arizona.

    STAN 80, ARIZ 84

    Stanford opens Pac-12 tourney with buzzer-beater in wild comeback

    James Keefe picks up the loose ball and banks it in to win the game for Stanford.

    STAN 71, ASU 70

    Arizona State is raining 3's in the first half

    Check out Arizona State's 3-point plays in the first half by Alonzo Gaffney, Marreon Jackson, and Luther Muhammad.

    STAN 71, ASU 70

    Marreon Jackson makes a sweet dish

    Marreon Jackson makes a sweet dish

    STAN 71, ASU 70

    Kimani Lawrence takes off for a massive dunk

    Kimani Lawrence takes it to the basket with a massive dunk for Arizona State.

    STAN 71, ASU 70

    Jalen Graham shows off his vision with a nice dish

    Arizona State's Jalen Graham dishes to Kimani Lawrence for a basket.

    STAN 71, ASU 70

    Marreon Jackson knocks down deep 3

    Arizona State's Marreon Jackson knocks down the deep 3 against Stanford in the first half.

    STAN 71, ASU 70

    Lukas Kisunas rocks the rim with powerful slam dunk

    Lukas Kisunas rocks the rim with powerful slam dunk

    STAN 69, ARIZ 81

    Justin Kier shows off range with a 3 from well beyond the arc

    Justin Kier shows off range with a 3 from well beyond the arc.

    STAN 69, ARIZ 81

    Bennedict Mathurin steals and slams with authority

    Bennedict Mathurin makes a great defensive play for the steal

    STAN 69, ARIZ 81

    Bennedict Mathurin throws down another dunk for Arizona

    Bennedict Mathurin throws down powerful slam dunk vs. Stanford Cardinal

    STAN 69, ARIZ 81

    This dunk from Christian Koloko was too nice

    This dunk from Christian Koloko was too nice

    STAN 69, ARIZ 81

    Kerr Kriisa drains a 3 plus the foul

    Kerr Kriisa gets the basket plus the foul

    STAN 69, ARIZ 81

    Elite 2023 Forward Sean Stewart Remains a Hot Commodity for Top Colleges

    Stewart recently took official visits to Stanford, Michigan, Georgetown, Ohio State and Duke.It’s not that Sean Stewart gets annoyed with the question, it’s the frequency of different variations of the same question that ever-so-slightly tend to grate on his nerves.Every day, without fail, while patrolling the halls at Windermere (Fla.) Prep, students and teachers bombard him with questions about which college he’ll ultimately decide to suit up for.“I would say, on average, I get that question about 25 times a day,” Stewart said.

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    From the defending champs to a potential dark horse, a look at the most interesting teams heading into the 2021–22 season.View the original article to see embedded media.The 2021–22 season is officially underway and it promises to be another competitive battle between powerhouses with a few dark horses lurking behind them.

    College Hoops Coaches Hosting Key Prospects This Weekend

    Duke, Kentucky, UNLV and others are hosting elite prospects this weekend.

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    Bill Walton, left, laughs with retired Stanford coach Mike Montgomery, right, during the Pac-12's NCAA college basketball media day, Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, in San Francisco. Montgomery was appointed to a task force by Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott to address issues threatening the integrity of collegiate athletics. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)