Arizona's run in the NCAA tournament has been nothing short of amazing.
Unfortunately, it came to an end Saturday.
Arizona had a chance to win it at the end, but a Derrick Williams and Jamelle Horne jumper didn't get in, as Arizona lost to UConn 65-63.
Williams finished with 20 points and five rebounds, but was only able to play seven minutes in the first half.
Jesse Perry also helped Arizona stay in the game, as he finished with 14 points and seven rebounds.
Arizona actually defended Kemba Walker well, as Walker shot 7-17 from the field and finished with 20 points and seven assists.
The true player of the game for the Huskies may have been Jeremy Lamb, who seemingly had an answer every time the Wildcats tried to make a run.
Lamb finished with 19 points on 7-19 shooting from the field.
For much of the tournament, Arizona has been able to hit the three, but that simply was not the case on Saturday.
The Wildcats finished 4-21 from behind the arc, with two of those coming by Fogg and Horne with under two minutes left.
Wildcats fall short
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