For the second game in a row, Arizona got off to a fast start and dominated the next 40 minutes.
Tuesday's victim was Oakland, as the Wildcats dominated every facet of the game at McKale to win 101-64.
Brandon Ashley opened the game with a three-point play and Jalen Hayes got on the board for Oakland. Ashley then made a three and went one of two from the line before a score by Kaleb Tarczewski put the Wildcats up 9-2 only a few minutes in.
Nick Daniels made one free-throw before Pitts hit another three. Rondae Jefferson then went one of two from the line and Johnson made a layup to put the Wildcats up 24-3.
Kahlil Felder made one of two free-throws and Hollis-Jefferson made two. Felder then got a three-point play and Hollis-Jefferson picked up two more free-throws. Corey Petros made a free-throw before a bucket by Tarczewski gave Arizona a 30-8 lead with 7:28 left in the half.
Felder made two free-throws and Johnson made one. McCune then hit a shot and Hollis-Jefferson made a free-throw. McConnell scored on a layup and Ashley on an offensive rebound. Petrol and Pitts exchanged baskets and Petros then proceeded to hit a free-throw.
Ashley scored again on the offensive glass, but a bucket by Felder cut Arizona’s lead to 45-25 at the half.
Tarczewski scored to open the half and York made a three in addition to two free-throws. Williams then scored and Tarczewski did as well. Felder and Petros made two free-throws each, but Johnson responded with two consecutive three-point plays to put the Wildcats up 60-31 with 15:50 remaining.
Hollis-Jefferson then scored and Hill made a three. Ristic made one from the line before Hollis-Jefferson scored. After a bucket by Williams, York made two free-throws. Felder proceeded to get a layup as Arizona led 67-38.
Felder scored again, but Parker Jackson-Cartwright hit his first shot of the game. Victor then made a free-throw and York a layup to extend Arizona’s lead.