Pac-12 Males’s Basketball Weekly Rundown – January 10, 2023 | Techi Chook


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2 – Two Pac-12 standouts have been named to the John R. Picket Award Midseason High 25 Watch Record on January 4.

  • Azuolas TubelisARIZONA – Presently leads the Pac-12 in each scoring (20.6 ppg) and rebounding (9.1 rpg), 1-of-5 NCAA Division I gamers who at present lead their league in each classes (Armando Bacot, North Carolina; Zach Edey, Purdue; Gerrale Gates, Holy Cross; Jake Stephens, Chattanooga).
  • Jaime Jaquez Jr.UCLA – Be part of Tubelis and teammates Jaylen Clark as the one Pac-12 participant within the prime 15 in scoring (Third, 16.9 ppg), rebounding (T-Eleventh, 6.4 rpg), steals (T-Third, 1.6 spg) and FG share (thirteenth, 52.6%) .

5-0/5-1/4-1 – The groups at present occupying the highest three spots within the Pac-12 Males’s Basketball standings are having fun with a few of their strongest begins to Convention play:

  • UCLA is 5-0 on second downs Mick Cronin (8-0 in 2020-21), for simply the third time within the Pac-12 period (5-0 in 2012-13) and simply the eighth time for the reason that league expanded to 10 groups in 1978-79 (9-0 in 1982-83; 7-0 in 1993-94; 6-0 in 1991-92; 5-0 in 2003-04 & 1995-96).
  • UTAH is 5-1 in Pac-12 play for the second time since becoming a member of the league and can look to match its finest one-loss begin (6-1 in 2014-15) when it visits Thursday at No. 7 UCLA.
  • ARIZONA STATE is 4-1 in convention play for the primary time since 2007-08 (4-1), and simply the sixth time since becoming a member of the league in 1978-79 (11-1 in 1979-80 & 1980 -81; 4 -1 in 1987-88 & 2002-03).

8 x 75 – The Pac-12 boasts eight groups ranked within the prime 75 of the NCAA Analysis Instrument (NET) by means of Jan. 9 video games.

  • Tied for third most nationally (Huge Ten 11, Huge 12 10, Pac-12 8SEC 8, ACC 8).
  • Half of this week’s 12-game league schedule pits NET High 75 groups in opposition to one another – ASU at ORE; COLO at USC; UTAH at UCLA; ARIZ of ORE; COLO at UCLA; UTAH at USC.

11 – As a part of its 5-0 league begin, UCLA has gained 11 straight video games general for its longest streak for the reason that 2016-17 season (opened 13-0).

  • Since Jan. 10, the Bruins’ 11-game profitable streak is the fourth-longest in NCAA Division I – the longest amongst Energy Convention applications (Faculty of Charleston 15, Florida Atlantic 13, UNCW 13, UCLA 11).
  • UCLA final had a profitable streak longer than 13 video games in 2007-08 – a 14-game profitable streak that ended within the 2008 NCAA Closing 4.

10.1 – By 32 league video games on January 8, the common scoring margin is 10.1 factors.

  • 16 video games have been determined by single digits, 11 by 5 pts. or much less
  • 8 video games determined by one possession (3 pts. or much less)
  • 1 extra time sport (1 OT interval)
  • 4 determined the workforce’s final possession (ASU at COLO; OSU vs. WASH; UTAH at WSU; UCLA at WSU)

GOOD NON-CONFERENCE WON

10 and 13: Pac-12 Males’s Basketball applications have mixed for 10 wins in opposition to AP High 25 opponents and 13 in opposition to Energy 6 Convention opponents throughout non-conference play.

  • The ten ranked wins are at present essentially the most of any NCAA Division I convention, and essentially the most for the Convention for the reason that enlargement of the Pac-10 in 1978-79 (earlier excessive was 9 in 1994-95 & 1999- 00).
  • The 13 Energy 6 Convention wins are essentially the most for the league since registering 15 in the course of the 2019-20 season the place as many as six Pac-12 groups are anticipated to make the canceled 2020 NCAA Event.

AP TOP 25 COMPETITORS (10-11)
COLORADO 78, #11 Tennessee 66 (Nashville, Tenn.)
ARIZONA STATE 87, #20 Michigan 62 (Brooklyn, NY)
COLORADO 103, #24 Texas A&M 75 (Conway, SC)
#14 ARIZONA 87, #17 San Diego State 70 (Lahaina, Hawai’i)
#14 ARIZONA 81, #10 Creighton 79 (Lahaina, Hawai’i)
#10 ARIZONA 89, #14 Indiana 75 (Las Vegas, Nev.)
#16 UCLA 87, at #20 Maryland 60
#16 UCLA 63, #13 Kentucky 53 (New York Metropolis, NY)
at #9 Arizona 75, #6 Tennessee 70
at USC 74, #19 Auburn 71

POWER 6 AGAINST (13-20)
COLORADO 78, #11 Tennessee 66 (Nashville, Tenn.)
ARIZONA STATE 87, #20 Michigan 62 (Brooklyn, NY)
COLORADO 103, #24 Texas A&M 75 (Conway, SC)
UTAH 68, Georgia Tech 64 (Fort Myers, Fla.)
#14 ARIZONA 81, #10 Creighton 79 (Lahaina, Hawai’i)
STANFORD 70, Florida State 60 (Orlando, Fla.)
OREGON 74, Villanova 67 (Portland, Ore.)
#10 ARIZONA 89, #14 Indiana 75 (Las Vegas, Nev.)
ARIZONA STATE 73, Creighton 71 (Las Vegas, Nev.)
#16 UCLA 87, at #20 Maryland 60
#16 UCLA 63, #13 Kentucky 53 (New York Metropolis, NY)
at #9 Arizona 75, #6 Tennessee 70
at USC 74, #19 Auburn 71

PRESEASON AWARDS CANDIDATES

NAISMITH TROPHY NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
High 50 Watch Record

Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
Will Richardson, Oregon
Harrison Ingram, Stanford
Tiger Campbell, UCLA
Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA
Drew Peterson, USC

WOODEN AWARD NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Midseason High 25 Watch Record
Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA

High 50 Watch Record
Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona
Will Richardson, Oregon
Harrison Ingram, Stanford
Tiger Campbell, UCLA
Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA

NABC NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
High 20 Watch Record

Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA

NAISMITH MEMORIAL BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME AWARDS
Watch Lists

Bob Cousy Level Guard of the 12 months
Kerr Kriisa, Arizona
Will Richardson, Oregon
Tiger Campbell, UCLA

Jerry West Taking pictures Guard of the 12 months
Amari Bailey, UCLA

Julius Erving Small Assault of the 12 months
Pelle Larsson, Arizona
Harrison Ingram, Stanford
Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA

Karl Malone Energy Ahead of the 12 months
Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Heart of the 12 months
Oumar Ballo, Arizona
Adem Bona, UCLA
Branden Carlson, Utah
Kel’el Ware, Oregon

PAC-12 MEDIA PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM
First Crew
Tyger Campbell, R-Sr., G, UCLA
Branden Carlson, Sr., C, Utah
Boogie Ellis, Sr., G, USC
Mouhamed Gueye, So., F, Washington State
Harrison Ingram, So., F, Stanford
Jaime Jaquez Jr., Sr., G/F, UCLA
Spencer Jones, Sr., F, Stanford
Drew Peterson, fifth, G, USC
Will Richardson, Sr., G, Oregon
Azuolas Tubelis, Jr., F, Arizona

Second Crew
Marcus Bagley, So., F, Arizona State
Tristan da Silva, Jr., F, Colorado
DJ Horne, Jr., G, Arizona State
Kerr Kriisa, Jr., G, Arizona
Pelle Larsson, Jr., G, Arizona

Honorable Point out
Amari Bailey (Fr., UCLA), Oumar Ballo (R-Jr., ARIZ), Jaylen Clark (Jr., UCLA); Quincy Guerrier (Sr., ORE), KJ Simpson (So., COLO), Kel’el Ware (Fr., ORE).


CONFERENCE STANDINGS (Expanded Standings)

Groups Pac-12 Report Normal Report
#7 UCLA 5-0 14-2
Utah 5-1 12-5
State of Arizona 4-1 13-3
#9 Arizona 3-2 14-2
USC 3-2 11-5
Oregon 3-2 9-7
Colorado 3-3 11-6
California 2-3 3-13
State of Washington 2-4 7-10
State of Oregon 1-4 7-9
Washington 1-5 9-8
Stanford 0-5 5-10


WEEKLY SCHEDULE (Full Schedule) | * – Pac-12 convention play

Wednesday, January 11 TV Time (PT)
CALIFORNIA at WASHINGTON STATE* ESPNU 8:00 pm PT
Thursday, January 12 TV Time (PT)
ARIZONA STATE at OREGON* FS1 6:00 pm PT
COLORADO at USC* PAC12 6:00 pm PT
#9 ARIZONA at OREGON STATE* ESPN2 8:00 pm PT
UTAH at #7 UCLA* PAC12 8:00 pm PT
STANFORD in WASHINGTON* FS1 8:00 pm PT
Saturday, January 14 TV Time (PT)
ARIZONA STATE at OREGON STATE* PAC12 1:00 pm PT
#9 ARIZONA at OREGON* ESPN 3:00 pm PT
CALIFORNIA in WASHINGTON* PAC12 3:00 pm PT
COLORADO at #7 UCLA* fox 5:00 pm PT
STANFORD in WASHINGTON STATE* PAC12 5:00 pm PT
UTAH at USC* PAC12 7:30 pm PT

PAC-12 PERFORMANCE AWARDS PRESENTED BY NEXTIVA (Weekly Awards Historical past)

Week of Participant of the Week Freshman of the Week
Nov. 14 KJ Simpson, So., Colorado Jordan Pope, Oregon State
Nov. 21 Desmond Cambridge Jr., fifth, Arizona State Austin Nunez, Arizona State
Nov. 28 Oumar Ballo, R-Jr., Arizona Amari Bailey, UCLA
December fifth Rollie Worster, Jr., Utah Amari Bailey, UCLA
December 12 Will Richardson, Sr., Oregon Dylan Andrews, UCLA
December 19 Jaime Jaquez Jr., Sr., UCLA Tre White, USC
December 26 Ąžuolas Tubelis, Jr., Arizona Grant Newell, California
Jan. 2 KJ Simpson, So., Colorado Adem Bona, UCLA
January 9 Tristan da Silva, Jr., Colorado Adem Bona, UCLA
January 16
January twenty third
January 30
February 6
February 13
February 20
February 27
March 6

NATIONAL WEEKLY HONORS



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