Arizona's Solomon Hill sinks three-quarter court shot

The crazy, halfcourt heave has become a staple of halftime entertainment during basketball games. On Saturday, Arizona's Solomon Hill provided a better show than anything you'd see during intermission. With the crowd going wild after a D.J. Shelton three-pointer cut Washington State's deficit to 11 points with nine seconds left in the first half, the Wildcats forward then threw up a desperation shot from the opposing three-point line. {C}

It's debatable whether Hill called "bank" on the long-distance bomb. And his only (eventual) prize for connecting on the roughly 70-foot shot was another conference road win. The No. 8 'Cats pulled off a 79-65 win Saturday night in Pullman to improve to 7-2 in the Pac-12.