Conference questions

After a Bay Area sweep, can Arizona run the table? Following a narrow home loss to Washington on Jan. 28, the Wildcats flew up to the Bay Area and blew up. First, a four-point win over Cal on Thursday for the Bears’ first home loss of the season. Then, Arizona
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Justin Cobbs and the Bears are expected to continue their home winning streak and defeat the Wildcats on Thursday night.

Cal vs. Arizona: Gameday predictions

Cal: 71, Arizona: 65 Allen Crabbe was seen wearing a boot on Tuesday, but the move may be precautionary. If Cal’s leading scorer did suffer a serious injury, the Bears will be in dire straits.

Cal vs. Arizona: Players to watch

Jordin Mayes Jordin Mayes’s numbers aren’t up much from his freshman campaign last year. The backup guard plays four more minutes per game and averages not even one more point. But as he showcased in the NCAA tournament last year, Mayes can come up huge when it counts.

Jonathan Kuperberg

Parrom party’s pitter patter

Last call. The party is over. Put away the champagne bottles, take down the drapers, blow out the candles. There will be no Parrom Party Thursday night. And that’s a shame. Kevin Parrom torched the Bears for 25 points, six assists and six rebounds at Haas Pavilion on Feb. 5,
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