Posted December 24, 2012 on AP on Fox
The No. 4 Arizona Wildcats are making being undefeated look as easy as a day at the beach. Mark Lyons certainly isn't complaining that 20-point wins have become fairly common. Lyons scored 19 points as Arizona easily defeated Miami 69-50 on Sunday night at the Diamond Head Classic tournament in Honolulu. ''We can always get better. Nobody is perfect,'' Lyons said. ''We're jelling real well together.'' The score itself was nothing special for the Wildcats, who have won eight games by double digits and five by more than 20 points. ''It was one of our best performances of the year and it came at the expense of a good team,'' said Arizona's Sean Miller, who earned his 200th career coaching victory. Nick Johnson had 12 points, and Kevin Parrom added 11 points and eight rebounds for the Wildcats (11-0). Arizona, one of five unbeaten teams left in the country, advanced to Tuesday's championship game of the eight-team tournament against No. 18 San Diego State, which beat Indiana State...
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