Arizona Wildcats guard Nick Johnson (13), guard Jordin Mayes (20), and guard Gabe York (1) celebrate at the end of the game against the Florida Gators at McKale Center. The Wildcats beat the Gators 65-64. Photo Credit: Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

Pac-12 Basketball What to Watch December 17-20

This past weekend nine of the 12 teams were in action with no Pac-12 team on the road. Here is your part recap, part look ahead what your what to watch for this Monday-Thursday.  So with that let’s look at the six things to watch on the hardwood from the conference of champions!

1 Over the weekend Pac-12 teams went 8-1 with the only defeat coming in Berkeley when Cal lost 74-64 against 16 Creighton.

2 Number 8 Arizona remained unbeaten defeating 5 Florida 65-64 in Tucson in a thrilling game to remain unbeaten.

3 Oregon shutdown Nebraska 60-38 at the MATT as they played the only BCS foe this weekend. USC held UC Riverside to 19% shooting in their 70-26 victory.

4 As I’ll do on Monday’s put the records of each team to this point – Arizona (8-0), Oregon (9-1), Arizona State (9-2), Colorado (8-2), Oregon State (7-2), Stanford (7-3), UCLA (7-3), California (6-3), Utah (6-3), Washington State (7-4), Washington (6-4), Southern California (4-6)

5 Wednesday night features some good games with Oral Roberts (5-4) at now 4 Arizona 6 pm Pac-12 Network, Stanford at 24 North Carolina State (7-2) 6 pm ESPN2, SMU (8-2) at Utah 6 pm P12N followed-up by UCSB (4-5) at California and Long Beach State (4-6) at UCLA both at 8 pm on the P12N

6 Wednesday Oregon will be at UTEP (3-4) on CSS at 5 pm, Howard (3-8) is at Oregon State 7 pm on P12N then on Thursday Cal Poly (4-4) at Washington at 6 pm on P12N and UC Irvine (5-6) at USC also on the P12N.

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