Third Round Highlights: (1) Arizona 84 – (8) Gonzaga 61


Aaron Gordon, Gerard ColemanSAN DIEGO, CA – Arizona got off to a hot start and never looked back as the top-seeded Wildcats earned a trip up the California coast for the West Regional in Anaheim with an 84-61 victory over Gonzaga on Sunday night.

Aaron Gordon and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson each had 18 points in the victory. Nick Johnson added 17.

The Wildcats advance to take on San Diego State on Thursday at the Honda Center.

Dave Sims and Bill Frieder called the action on WestwoodOne Sports.

(Gabe York’s pretty layup has the Wildcats up 12)


(Aaron Gordon brings down the house with a huge alley-oop)


(Gordon is at it again and it’s 42-22)


(Rondae Hollis-Jefferson gets in on the act and it’s 45-29)


(Gordon pounds home another alley-oop and it’s 59-38)


(T.J. McConnell drains a three and it’s a 25-point Wildcats lead)


(The final call as Arizona advances to the Sweet 16)


(Postgame interview with Arizona’s Rondae Hollis-Jefferson)


(Dave Sims and Bill Frieder wrap up the action from San Diego)


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