TUCSON, Ariz. Nobody's perfect. But Solomon Hill was darn close Tuesday night at McKale Center.
There was one miss from the free-throw line on his next-to-last shot. And one lone turnover. Other than that, it was pretty much a flawless night of basketball for Arizona's senior forward.
And although Arizona is still a work in progress with a long five months ahead, the Wildcats as a whole looked pretty good in its 98-60 win against Chico State in their final exhibition game before Sunday's season-opener against Charleston Southern.
Hill's missed free throw was his only wayward shot on a night when he made 2 of 2 from the floor and 13 of 14 from the line. As he pointed out, he was a little "Derrick Williams-like," comparing his statistics to his former Arizona teammate, who made a habit of gathering a bushel of his points from the line.
"I hope he can continue with that," Arizona coach Sean Miller said, with a smile.
Hill will never be mistaken for Williams, an All-American two y...