At the end of the first half between Pac-12 rivals Arizona Wildcats and Washington Huskies, the Wildcats lead by a score of 32-29 at home in the McKale Center. The Wildcats came into the game with a 14-7 record and are looking to build off their win over Washington State on Thursday. The Huskies came into the game with a 13-7 record and are looking to win their third straight game.
Through the first half, the Wildcats were led by forward Solomon Hill, who scored nine points. Guard Josiah Turner scored eight, guard Kyle Fogg scored six and forward Jesse Perry rounded out the starting lineup by adding two points. Forward Kevin Parrom also came off the bench to add seven points.
The Huskies were led by center Aziz N'Diaye, who scored eight points in the first half. Desmond Simmons and Tony Wroten both scored five while Terrence Ross added three and Abdul Gaddy added two. C.J. Wilcox came off the bench to score four points along with Darnell Gant, who scored two.
Currently, Washington is tied for first place in the conference with a 6-3 conference record while Arizona's 5-3 conference record has them one game back from the lead.