Pac-10 Tournament Schedule: Arizona, ASU Game Times

The Pac-10 Tournament is set to tip off tomorrow night, and it's time for both Arizona and ASU fans to pay attention.

Oregon State and Stanford are the opening salvo of the tournament, and the game is slated for 7:10 P.M. Arizona time. The winner of this game will advance to take on the Wildcats in the second round of the tournament, scheduled for 3:40 P.M. Arizona time on Thursday afternoon.

ASU tips off against Oregon at 9:40 P.M. Arizona on Wednesday night, and the victor of that matchup will face the UCLA Bruins at 9:30 P.M. on Thursday night.

This is the first time that the Pac-10 men's and women's tournaments have been hosted at the same venue, and as the semifinals and finals of both competitions will take place on Friday and Saturday, respectively.

Should Arizona advance to the semifinals, they would take on the victor of the matchup between USC and California at 7:10 P.M. on Friday night.

All of the games in the first three rounds of the Pac-10 Tournament will be broadcast by Fox Sports Net, while  the championship game will be nationally televised on CBS.

Check out the full bracket and Pac-10 standings here. For more Arizona hoops coverage, check out AZ Desert Swarm. For ASU basketball, head on over to House Of Sparky.

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