Great shot ends great event

It was the type of game where the score does not matter, but for those who were interested in the outcome there were actually two scores. The scoreboard said that the White Team beat the Blue team 125-123 in the Lute Olson All-Star Classic, but the box score revealed a much more decisive victory. <B>UPDATED WITH PHOTOS</B>
August 24, 2003

Game Talk: Lute Olson All-Star Classic

The White Team beat the Blue Team 125-123, but every Wildcat on the floor felt like a winner. The Lute Olson All-Star Classic accomplished exactly what is set to do; every fan and every player had a great time while the event raised more than $50,000 for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. After the game, Olson and the players had nothing but praise for the event. <B>UPDATED WITH PHOTOS</B>
August 24, 2003

Arizona's Chris Dunn transfers to JC

6-7 redshirt sophomore forward Chris Dunn has decided to transfer from Arizona to Cochise (AZ) CC. The move was reportedly academic related. He would be able to resign wuth the Wildcats after receiving his two-year degree. The loss of Dunn leaves Arizona with just eight scholarship players.
August 22, 2003

Summer League Stats

Several Wildcats are playing for NBA Clubs in summer pro leagues. Right now two leagues are in progress, one in Long Beach and another East Coast league in Orlando. In the upcoming weeks, leagues will start up in Boston and Utah. <B>UPDATED: 7/17/03</B>
July 16, 2003

L.A. Summer League Rookies

The Southern California Summer Pro League ("SPL") is entering its 34th year. The Dallas Mavericks, Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Memphis Grizzlies, Seattle Supersonics and Toronto Raptors will play in the next two weeks and it will be an opportunity for their young players, free agents and rookies to shine. The following is a look at the rookies competing in the L.A. Summer League.
July 7, 2003

Chicago Pre-draft camp Measurements

The Chicago pre-draft camp serves=d as the site for the players to be measured and weighed. Several players probably saw their stock rise or at least not slip when they measured taller than expected. T. J. Ford was measured at 6-0 1/4 with shoes. David West was considered small as a power forward, but he came in at 6-9 1/4 with shoes and had a 7-4 1/4 wingspan. Dwyane Wade measured at 6-4 3/4 with shoes and his long wingspan (6-10 3/4) means he should not have problems at shooting guard.
June 9, 2003

Team 3 finishes 2-1 with an 81-70 win over Team 2

Jason Keep of San Diego scored 15 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Team 3 dominated the glass, outrebounding 54-40 in an 81-70 win over Team 2. Both teams finished the Chicago pre-draft camp with a 2-1 mark. Hollis Price of Okalhoma added eleven points and Colorado's Stephane Pelle had ten points and eleven caroms. Troy Bell led Team 2 in scoring for the third straight game with 17 points in the loss.
June 6, 2003