Andre Iguodala got his first start of the season. It just happened to be in Game Four of the NBA Finals, and he went off. Iggy put up 22 points and eight rebounds as the Warriors evened the series at two games apiece.
- I know this is old, but the twitter account tweeted it Thursday, so it counts! Arizona's dunk mixtape
#TBT: Our @APlayersProgram @UALETTERWINNERS who are coaching or playing in Game 4 of the #NBAFinals. @cavs @warriors pic.twitter.com/CA2fp7rJgz— Arizona Athletics (@AZATHLETICS) June 11, 2015
- Nice piece on Luke Walton by Zack Rosenblatt
- Corona del Sol's Marvin Bagley (Arizona target) was named the No. 1 recruit in the 2018 class by ESPN.
- Gabe previewed the wide receivers, cuz why not?
- Arizona offered four-star WR Damian Alloway
- Michael Eletise put his skills on display for Charlie Ragle
- Zona Zealots caught up with Orlando Bradford
- Learn about Arizona's strength staff and the conditioning program from Daniel Berk
- Cox 7 showed a 2010 football game between Saguaro and Canyon del Oro, featuring DJ Foster and Ka'Deem Carey. CDO almost blew a big lead, but Ka'Deem came up with the defensive play to end the game.
- Jay Johnson is probably happy with how the MLB Draft played out
- D1Baseball put Scott Kingery on their first-team All-American squad. You can find all of Arizona's postseason accolades here
- Pau Tonnesen finished runner-up in the decathlon at the NCAA Championships. It's a new school record, and is the highest runner-up score ever.
- Nnenya Hailey qualified for the women's 400m hurdle final on Saturday
- This dude fell in a really deep hole
- This website named its Top Ten Mexican restaurants in Tucson, and people are mad. I personally like Guadalajara, but what do I know?
- Not in Tucson, but there was a truck wreck where a shark died. Imagine driving down the highway and seeing a shark on the side of the road. Real life Sharknado stuff there.
That's it for today. If you have something you see that should get our attention, pass it along!