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Sonoran Hot Reads (6/13)

A very Stanimal kind of day

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Is the Stanimal a type of dinosaur in Jurassic World? It would make sense with all the Stanley things happening heading into the weekend.

Basketball

Sporting News makes the argument that Stanley Johnson is the perfect fit for the Charlotte Hornets. Although the latest DraftExpress mock has him going later than that now.

- Stanley also spent some time with Champs Sports and Sean Sweeney talking about...well...shoes

- Arizona target V.J. King committed to Louisville

- Also, make sure you watch the 1988 Regional Final against UNC with your guide David

Football

- Gabe explains why running back depth will be crucial in 2015

- Anu Solomon posted on Instagram that USC was his dream school, but don't worry, he's happy here.

- This video is old, but it surfaced thanks to the ESPN Pac-12 Mailbag. Here's the offensive line showing off their bad acting skills and fighting fires.

- Speaking of linemen, Arizona offered several of them on Friday in Markell UtseyJabari Watson, and Bryson Cain

Baseball

- Bobby Dalbec hit a grand slam for the Orleans Firebirds in the Cape Cod League

- Junior college catcher Ryan Haug committed to Arizona, Jay Johnson's first commit as the Wildcats head coach. Haug will likely be the starting catcher next season.

- All the SB Nation sites with a team in the CWS got together for this massive roundtable previewing Omaha

Other sports

- Hockey got a commitment from Wes Morales. They also put out this hype video

- There's a men's volleyball page on ArizonaWildcats.com. Does that mean we're getting a men's volleyball team?

- Collins Kibet finished 7th in the 800m after leading for much of the race. The team finished tied for 19th.

Tucson news

- The Tucson Greyhound Park is under fire after one of the greyhounds recently died

- Here's some new restaurants in Tucson that might require your attention

Have a good Saturday everyone! Gonna go see Gronk in Entourage now