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2018 Schedule
27-8, 1st in Pac-12
Will Ayton go No. 1 overall? (0:57)

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Arizona freshman big man Deandre Ayton is leaving early for the NBA after one standout season. es.pn/2HTX6r4

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Miller in a statement: "I am not a candidate for the University of Pittsburgh men's basketball head coaching vacancy. I wish them well in their search for a new coach."


Campus Conversation Basketball: Rece Davis on Wild Weekend

Jeff Goodman & Rece Davis look back on a crazy first weekend of the Tournament (1:08), look ahead to the regional semis (23:16), examine some coaching moves (31:52) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" shares analytical perspectives on what to expect moving forward (26:35).

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6dMyron Medcalf

Next stop: NBA? Top talents had an early exit at NCAA tournament

With the way the tourney is shaping up, the later rounds might be lacking in future high NBA draft picks. Deandre Ayton, Collin Sexton and Trae Young all saw their seasons -- and probably their college careers -- come to an end.

Greenberg: Miller 'isn't getting fired for coaching' (0:59)
Vitale: Arizona has 'more important' things to worry about than losing (1:00)
Ayton made his NBA decision long ago (1:12)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona's Deandre Ayton discusses why he's declaring for the NBA draft and talks about his final collegiate game following the Wildcats' 89-68 loss to No. 13 seed Buffalo

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8dEdward Aschoff

Arizona's Ayton, Trier say they're NBA-bound

Arizona's Deandre Ayton and Allonzo Trier both said after the Wildcats' first-round loss to Buffalo that they will leave school and enter the NBA draft.

Arizona underwhelmed in all areas (1:26)
How Buffalo shut down Arizona (0:44)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona 7-footer Deandre Ayton, who is currently projected to be the No. 1 pick in this year's NBA draft, and guard Allonzo Trier, who is a projected second-round pick, both officially declared for the NBA draft after the Wildcats' 89-68 loss to No. 13 seed Buffalo.

Team Stats

Points Per Game80.543rd
Rebounds Per Game36.5112th
Assists Per Game15.276th
Points Allowed71.7154th

Tournament History

Final Fours4
Tournament Record56-33
Championship Seasons1997
Tournament Appearances34