By Sam Silverstein, Head of Digital Content, Pac-12.com
Updated March 15, 2014

The hustle of UCLA forward Travis Wear diving for a loose ball in the 2014 title game will long be remember in Pac-12 Tournament history.


Jordan Adams missed the game-tying three against Arizona on Jan. 9, allowing Arizona to win at Pauley Pavilion. When Steve Alford drew up the same play for Adams in the Pac-12 Tournament championship game, he would not miss that shot again.


What ruled the day in Vegas? The UCLA Bruins, of course, but also dancing mascots, excited fans and one great big mascot selfie.


By Kevin Zimmerman, special to Pac-12.com
Updated March 15, 2014

UCLA edged Arizona in a thriller, 75-71, to claim the 2014 Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament title at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas


As part of the conference’s Globalization Initiative, Washington men’s basketball will play Texas on Nov. 14, 2015 in Shanghai, China.


UCLA secured its place in the conference championship game with an 84-59 win over Stanford Friday night in the semifinals of the 2014 Pac-12 Men's Baskertball Tournament in Las Vegas.


By Kevin Zimmerman, special to Pac-12.com
Updated March 14, 2014

Suffocating defense turned into explosive offense, and the Arizona Wildcats wore down the Colorado Buffaloes in Friday's Pac-12 Tournament semifinal en route to a 63-43 win.


By Kevin Danna, special to Pac-12.com
Updated March 14, 2014

Colorado is on a roll, pro day in Eugene, and Missy Franklin feels pressure after all. 


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Like the first semifinal on Friday, the Stanford-UCLA nightcap (8:30 p.m. PT, Fox Sports 1) features one team that was expected to reach the Pac-12’s Final Four by seed and one that wasn’t.

While the second-seeded Bru Cru and sixth-seeded Farm Boys both figure to make the NCAA tournament, it never hurts to put a little extra credit on the résumé – not to mention move on to the conference finals with a chance to win the Pac-12 Tournament outright.


LAS VEGAS – Arizona played in Thursday's early quarterfinal and thus didn't know the Colorado Buffaloes, winners of a later game, would be their next opponent. Yet that didn't stop the Wildcats from sending a message.

The Wildcats dropped Utah 71-39 and held the Utes to 26 percent shooting for the game on Thursday.


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