Ryan Anderson scored 19 points and added 10 rebounds as the Arizona Wildcats defeated Chico State 90-54 in Sunday's exhibition at McKale.
Kadeem Allen scored the first point of the game and Gabe York also got a basket. Kaleb Tarczewski then made a jumper, two free-throws, and another jumper to force a timeout with the Wildcats up 10-0 only a few minutes into the game.
Ryan Anderson scored, but Tanner Giddings did the same to get Chico State on the board and cut the lead to 12-2 at the first media timeout.
Mark Tollefsen got a basket, but Corey Silverstrom made a three. Dusan Ristic hit one of two free-throws and Silverstrom scored again.
Isaiah Ellis made two jumpers in a row before a jumper by Ristic put Arizona’s lead at 17-11 with 11:22 left in the half.
Ellis and Anderson exchanged baskets before Allonzo Trier made two free-throws. A basket by York then gave Arizona a 23-13 lead with 7:43 remaining in the first half.
Jalen McFerren made two free-throws and Giddings hit a jumper. Parker Jackson-Cartwright made one from the line and York scored. Giddings and Pitts proceeded to exchange baskets as the Wildcats led 28-19 with 3:42 left in the half.
Giddings made a free-throw and Tyler Harris made two of his own. Anderson scored and followed with two free-throws and York made two from the line as well. A basket by Ellis then cut Arizona’s lead to 34-24.
Anderson proceeded to make a free-throw and a basket to put the Wildcats up 37-24 at the half.
Silverstrom made two free-throws and Robert Duncan had a dunk. Tarczewski made two from the line before Duncan and York exchanged hoops.
Anderson then scored on a dunk and Harris and Tarczewski got a basket each as Arizona led 45-32 with 15:52 left in regulation.
McFerren made a free-throw and Harris and Giddings got a basket each. Ristic responded with four points, but Marvin Timothy scored.
Anderson and Tarczewski then got consecutive baskets to give Arizona a 53-39 lead with 11:56 left.
Jackson-Cartwright made two free-throws and York added a three to force a timeout with the Wildcats up 58-39.
Trier scored and McFerren responded with a three. Allen then made a bucket and added a free-throw. Duncan and Tollefsen exchanged baskets before Anderson scored. He then scored again and a basket by Justin Simon extended the lead to 71-46 with 6:31 left.