UCLA takes over game after controversial call | Arizona Wildcats basketball


It’s never fair to say one play defines a basketball game, not when there are over 100 possessions, not when a half-dozen NBA players could have taken over with one quick flurry, not when both teams missed wildly from behind the arc and on pedestrian free-throw shooting.

But in a game with as many long-lasting implications as UCLA’s 77-72 win over Arizona on Saturday night at McKale Center, it could be the kind of play that sears itself into the mind of coach Sean Miller and Arizona fans for eternity.

With 16 minutes, 12 seconds left in the second half of a 51-45 score, Bruins fabulous freshman Lonzo Ball dribbled the ball and was met by Arizona’s Parker Jackson-Cartwright near midcourt. Ball appeared to push off — replays show his arm clearly…



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