The game between California and Arizona had barely started Thursday night before it could have pretty much been declared over, as Cal defeated Arizona 95-71.
The Wildcats started slowly and went into halftime down 12 points, but gaining momentum. With that being said, Cal took care of any momentum nearly right away in the second half and the game was basically over, as Arizona found itself down 25 points with 10 minutes to play.
As poorly as Arizona played, Cal's spectacular offense did not help matters for the Wildcats. The big three for the Golden Bears were nearly unstoppable, as Arizona allowed three players to score nearly 20 points or more.
The most concerning part about Thursday's loss is the fact that it seemed Arizona quit at times, something that is sure to be addressed sooner than later.
Arizona now heads to Stanford on Saturday in hopes of ending the losing streak.
Wildcats lose big at Cal
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