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The Lee Williams High School girls basketball team opened the season by hammering the Cortez Lady Colts 67-28 at home on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
Desmond Cambridge Jr. scored 20 points and Arizona State never trailed in blowing out No. 20 Michigan 87-62 on Thursday night to win the Legends Classic at Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Bam Adebayo scored 30 points, including a pair of go-ahead free throws with 35 seconds left, and Butler's block was part of a frantic finish as the Miami Heat rallied from a 13-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Phoenix Suns 113-112 on Monday night.
DJ Horne tossed in 25 points and Arizona State rolled to an 84-68 victory over Northern Arizona on Thursday night.
Shane Burcar sits in the front row of the large auditorium as a thunderstorm rolls over Flagstaff's San Francisco Peaks onto the Northern Arizona campus.
Kelsey Plum had 22 points, Chelsea Gray scored nine of her 17 points in the fourth quarter and the top-seeded Las Vegas Aces beat the short-handed Phoenix Mercury 79-63 on Wednesday night in the opening round of the WNBA playoffs.
The Jerry Ambrose Veterans Council is seeking corporate sponsors for its inaugural three-on-three basketball tournament.
Jayson Tatum found his scoring touch after a rare poor shooting night in Game 1 of the NBA Finals but it was the rest of his Boston Celtics teammates who went missing.
Andrew Wiggins hoisted his daughter Amyah into his arms and beamed as the Warriors were crowned Western Conference champions.
Nneka Ogwumike scored 23 points, Liz Cambage had 21 and the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Phoenix Mercury 99-95 on Wednesday night to snap a five-game losing streak.
Houston coach Kelvin Sampson gritted his teeth and raised his arms before emphatically pounding his right fist into his left hand 11 times while celebrating with ecstatic Cougars fans who were not too far from home.
“Old” is a relative term in college basketball, but if the players in this year's NCAA Tournament looked somehow older than usual, relax. It's not your eyesight. It's the new normal.
Any hoops fan hungering for a return to normal this March might have looked at the bracket when it finally came out and wondered what ever changed.
A return to regular-season Pac-12 Conference glory for No. 2 Arizona was not an occasion for wild celebrations, loud roars or proud proclamations.
Johanna Teder scored 21 points, including seven in the final two minutes, and Washington State beat No. 8 Arizona 72-67 on Sunday.
The Bulldogs of Kingman High School lost (7-15) to Odyssey Institute (4-16) 60-33 in Buckeye on Friday, Feb. 11. According to Class 3A rankings, Kingman is ranked 40th, which is not high enough to advance to the playoffs.
The Lee Williams High School Volunteers (4-15) fell to Bradshaw Mountain (11-10) 52-43 on Friday, Feb. 4. The Vols will host Mingus (8-17) at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 7.
Southern California's first 36 minutes on the basketball court were mostly forgettable Thursday night.
The Lee Williams High School Lady Volunteers (15-8) defeated Mingus (9-10) 61-46 on Wednesday, Feb. 2, landing the squad the 12th rank in Division 4A with three games left in the season.
The Lady Volunteers of Lee Williams High School (14-8) outlasted Saguaro (9-10) 51-48 at home on Monday, Jan. 31 in a matchup that had to be decided in overtime.
The big time came calling and seventh-ranked UCLA answered.
The boys basketball squad of Lee Williams High School (3-9) lost a home matchup against Prescott (14-8) 67-51 on Wednesday, Jan. 19.
Both the Lee Williams boys and girls high school basketball teams notched wins, as local squads won three-of-four games played Monday, Jan. 17.
Jabari Walker had 18 points and 13 rebounds — his eighth consecutive double-double — Keeshawn Barthelemy added 16 points and nine boards and Colorado beat Arizona State 75-57 on Saturday night.
A late-game run wasn’t enough to topple the Lady Volunteers of Lee Williams High School (10-7), who came away with the win against Prescott (1-13) 56-48 on Friday, Jan. 14.
Arizona had a letdown to close the first half, blowing most of a 15-point lead.
The 2-5 boys basketball team of Lee Williams High School tallied a win Tuesday night against the 4-6 Lake Havasu Knights by a score of 51-40.
Facing Washington's zone defense is tough anytime.
The Lady Volunteers of Lee Williams High School finished their performance in the Prescott Lady Badger Winter Classic this week with two games against regional opponents, topping Prescott by more than 10 points but falling to Coconino High School by a single point.
The Lee Williams High School girls basketball team secured a win against Thunderbird High School, but lost to Campo Verde High School, during the first day of the Prescott Winter Classic on Monday, Dec. 20.
The Lee Williams High School girls basketball squad lost a defensive battle to Greenway 29-24 on Friday, Dec. 17.
The Lady Volunteers of Lee Williams High School topped the Mohave Thunderbirds 51-42 in a sectional matchup on Wednesday, Dec. 8.
Christian Koloko’s mother flew from Cameroon to see her son play for Arizona for the first time.
The Americans applauded the Iranian national anthem. The Iranians applauded the U.S. anthem.
There was another team out there that was marching through the season undefeated, that looked unstoppable at times, that had all arrows pointing toward a national title.
The 68 teams whose names popped up in the March Madness bracket only thought it was time to celebrate: The next four or five days figure to be the most nerve-wracking part of their seasons.