Arizona vs. UCLA Start Time, TV Coverage, Radio And More

The Arizona Wildcats need to perform well in Pac-12 play if they hope to reach the NCAA Tournament this season and that begins on Thursday night as they face the struggling UCLA Bruins at the Honda Center in Anaheim. While recent years have seen these two programs near the top of the national rankings, both sides are hungry to get back on track after rough stretches in non-conference play.

Start Time: Tipoff is set for 8 p.m. out of Los Angeles, which is 9 p.m. locally in Tucson.

TV Coverage: Fox Sports Net will air the game nationally. Steve Physioc and Marques Johnson will serve as the announcers.

Radio: Those listening in the Tucson area can find the game on 1290 AM The Source. Sirius channel 94 and Sirius XM channel 191 will have the game as well, with Chris Roberts and Don MacLean calling the action.

Last Season: The two teams split the season series last year, with the Wildcats and Bruins both picking up a win at home.

Streaks: Arizona has won three straight games, while the Bruins have lost two in a row.

Team Sites: AZ Desert Swarm; Bruins Nation

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