Sunday’s Arizona Wildcats social media reactions

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Arizona Wildcats Class of 2015 signee Allonzo Trier and Henderson (Nev.) Findlay Prep defeated Phoenix Shadow Mountain and Mike Bibby Jr. 82-66 Saturday night in the Meritas Desert Classic in Scottsdale.

Allonzo Trier talks about his season and the Arizona Wildcats in an interview with Sports360AZ.com (YouTube video capture, click on photo to access video)

Allonzo Trier talks about his season and the Arizona Wildcats in an interview with Sports360AZ.com (YouTube video capture, click on photo to access video)

Steve Kerr for now is not agreeable to Golden State matching the Bulls’ mastery in 1996, which he was a part of.

No surprise about Kerr’s humor affecting Golden State in a positive way. He’s the guy who said Lute Olson should kick his heroin habit.

No reason to believe Scooby Wright won’t be higher than No. 9 next season.


Classy congratulations offered by Sean Miller.

Keep an eye out for safety Paul Magloire making an impact next year for the Arizona Wildcats with Jourdon Grandon and Tra’Mayne Bondurant exhausting their eligibility. He will participate in spring drills after transferring from Arizona Western College by way of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.


Who does Arizona’s pomline love more Stanley Johnson or Dusan Ristic?

Philadelphia fans are hoping for a return soon for Nick Foles with the Eagles losing three of their last five games behind a faltering Mark Sanchez. Foles has an MRI on his collarbone on Monday.


Former Arizona place-kicker Nick Folk gestures to New York Jets special teams assistant Louie Aguiar that he is good from the 33-yard line and closer because of the conditions. The Jets sent him out on the field to try a field goal from 53 yards, which he missed, with the ball at the 35.

ALLSPORTSTUCSON.com publisher, writer and editor Javier Morales is a former Arizona Press Club award winner. He also has published articles for Bleacher Report and Lindy’s College Sports.

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