Here are the top five players from Saturday's game against Washington State.
1. Derrick Williams: It is a scary thought for the opposition when Williams can shoot 33 percent from the field and still be the best player on the court.
Williams finished with 19 rebounds and was basically the difference between winning and losing for the Wildcats.
2Lamont Jones: In terms of strictly running the point, this was easily Jones' best game of the year.
He finished with five assists and only one turnover while getting to the line and playing in control throughout the game.
3. Kyle Fogg: Fogg's defense on Klay Thompson was very strong and he finished with six assists to no turnovers.
He still needs to improve offensively, but Saturday was a good start as far as that goes.
4. Jamelle Horne: Make no mistake about it, Horne was missed for a good part of the game.
However, he hit three big three-point baskets and came up huge in a situation in which Arizona needed him the most.
5. Jesse Perry: Perry turned the ball over more than he should have, but still finished with seven rebounds and had a positive impact on the game.
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