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Topic - Aaron Gordon
Aaron Gordon's decision was expected. Part of a heralded class of freshmen last season, anything but one and done would have been a surprise.
Arizona spent eight weeks as the nation's top-ranked team and ran off 21 straight victories.
Gonzaga coach Mark Few described his team's loss to Wichita State in last year's NCAA tournament as "running into a buzzsaw."
If the Arizona Wildcats are just warming up, then the rest of the West region could be in big trouble in the NCAA tournament.
Arms waving and legs churning, Arizona is racing back into the Sweet 16.
Aaron Gordon slid across the lane, sprang off the floor and blocked Xavier Johnson's one-handed dunk at the top of its arc.
Stanford's rough week in the desert ended with the Cardinal watching No. 3 Arizona celebrate clinching the Pac-12 regular-season championship.
If this was Aaron Gordon's final home game at Arizona, and it almost certainly was, then he went out in style.
Arizona coach Sean Miller rose from his seat every time Roberto Nelson touched the ball and yelled "Shooter!"
Utah jumped on Arizona early and was able to hang with the nation's top-ranked team well into the second half.
Nick Johnson scored 22 points and Aaron Gordon provided a huge boost despite a rough shooting night, helping top-ranked Arizona pull away from Utah 65-56 Sunday night for its school-record 20th straight win.
Aaron Gordon went on wild, fruitless drives to the basket, repeatedly shook his head in frustration and shot a free throw that had a better chance of bouncing off the floor into the basket.
The McKale Center crowd buzzed in the minutes before the opening tip, more like a postseason game than another conference game.
Colorado nearly pulled out a victory at Arizona's McKale Center last season, coming within a disputed 3-pointer of beating the Wildcats.
Arizona State's players and coaches had seen what Arizona had done to opponents this season, so they had a good idea how good the Wildcats were.
"I know what I'm capable of and know my potential is limitless," Gordon said. "So I'm going to be Aaron Gordon and I'm going to do what the coaches have told me to do: be Aaron Gordon and do what I did all year long. I'm going to flourish and my game is going to expand."
"I'm not sure," Gordon said of his future after the loss to Wisconsin. "I have a great foundation so I'm going to talk to a few people and see how that goes and then make an educated decision."