Ranked number 7 in the nation, the Arizona Wildcats have gone 27-4 Straight Up and were right at the .500 mark Against The Spread.
ESPN.com offered its March Madness projection for the Wildcats:
Lauri Markkanen's acceleration into the NBA lottery conversation made sense after the 7-footer displayed a rare inside-outside touch. But the freshman has connected on just 5 of 26 3-point attempts in his last eight games. His funk is a great reminder of coach Sean Miller's complex task. Five of his top seven scorers are underclassmen. Yeah, some young teams have gone far. But many flop long before the Final Four.
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More recently over the past ten games, Arizona has handed the books just four losses even though they have won eight outright.
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- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com