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Arizona Wildcats basketball news & links: U of A rules the Pac-12 again

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Arizona 63, Utah 57 by the Numbers [PointGuardU]: 16 – Arizona’s second chance points. The Wildcats shot the ball poorly for much of the game, but bailed themselves out by recovering 16 second chance points. Arizona pounded the glass for 16 offensive boards, with 6 different players grabbing an offensive rebound.

Arizona baskeball Senior Week: On Matt Korcheck and the importance of sacrifice [Arizona Desert Swarm]: "In order to win, you need players to willingly and capably play bit parts. Matt Korcheck did exactly that."

Arizona basketball: Kaleb Tarczewski turning it up at the right time [Gabe Encinas, Arizona Desert Swarm]: "At seven feet tall, it's hard not to notice Kaleb Tarczewski. It's even harder not to notice his struggles with consistency throughout the season. Everyone once in a while he'll show you his true potential. But over the last five games, Tarczewski has shown us more than flashes of greatness."

Three reasons why Arizona can win the title [Joseph Duruaku, Wildcat Authority]: "Last week we took a look at three issues holding Arizona back. However, the Wildcats also have plenty going for them. Read on to see three reasons why Arizona can win the title."

Stanley Johnson named finalist for Tisdale Award [James Kelley, State News Men's Hoops]: On Monday the U.S. Basketball Writers Association announced that Arizona men’s basketball forward Stanley Johnson is one of 10 finalists for the 2015 Integris Wayman Tisdale Award.

York honoring the process, becoming key piece to UA's success []: "In his junior season Gabe York has gone from feeling like he was in the doghouse to possibly being the key piece to a deep run."

McConnell credits resiliency in win [Jason Scheer, Wildcat Authority]: Arizona showed resiliency in its win over Utah. Read on to see what T.J. McConnell has to say about his teammates and more.