By Chris Williams and Brent Blum of CycloneFanatic.com
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Every Friday during the college basketball season, our Chris Williams and Brent Blum go back and forth on a variety of Iowa State and Big 12 related topics. Enjoy.
Williams:Well Blum, there’s a lot going on right now. The 2012 football schedule was released on Tuesday...
Rookie Derrick Williams of Minnesota and Chase Budinger of Houston, both former Arizona Wildcats, are among the four participants in this year's NBA Slam Dunk Contest.
The Minnesota Timberwolves signed second overall pick Derrick Williams to a rookie deal on Monday.
A 6-foot-8, 241-pound forward out of Arizona, Williams is expected to contribute right away for the lowly Timberwolves.
Williams, who had participated in the first three days of the team's training camp, averaged 19.5 points and 8.3 rebounds as a sophomore with the Wildcats.
MINNEAPOLIS As Timberwolves players slowly made their way back to Minneapolis this week to work out at Target Center, the NBA's No. 2 overall pick was still missing.
But Derrick Williams, who Minnesota drafted out of Arizona in June, was finally on the court Thursday, taking part in light workouts as well as a five-on-five scrimmage with his teammates.
You're stuck watching the University of Arizona's football team struggle its way to its seventh loss of the season, and because you are a famous recent export of the Wildcats' basketball program, you can't just skip out or blatantly ignore all the kicking-game shenanigans -- it would be poor form. But you really want to listen to that Huey Lewis playlist that your...
LOS ANGELES That new 225 million-per-year television contract may be gilding the pockets of the Pac-12 schools, but there is one thing it won't be able to buy for the conference's basketball teams: relevance.
The conference has added Colorado and Utah, but Derrick Williams, and guess which will be a bigger factor as the Pac-12 tries to regain a foothold among college basketball...
Arizona lost star forward Derrick Williams and point guard Lamont Jones from last season. A talented group of freshman may help the Wildcats keep winning without them. Led by a solid core of experienced players and another superb recruiting class by coach Sean Miller, Arizona is looking to make another deep run in the playoffs despite losing two starters from a year ago.
Arizona lost star forward Derrick Williams and point guard Lamont Jones from last season.
A talented group of freshman may help the Wildcats keep winning without them.
Led by a solid core of experienced players and another superb recruiting class by coach Sean Miller, Arizona is looking to make another deep run in the playoffs despite losing two starters from a year ago.
Via AP on Fox
October 26, 2011
Former Wildcat star Derrick Williams joins FOX Sports/Scout.com Field Reporter Inna Lazarev to talk about being inducted into Arizona's Ring of Honor, his experience being back in Tucson, and more.