Washington Vs. Arizona Score: Wildcats Lead Huskies 32-29 After First Half

Arizona ended the first half on a 9-2 run, giving them a 32-29 first half lead over the Washington Huskies. The two Pac-12 powerhouses are battling for conference supremacy in Saturday's game at the McKale Center in Tucson, Arizona.

The Huskies took control of the game early on, scoring 14 points in five minutes. After the first TV timeout, Arizona scored ten unanswered points in about three minutes, putting them up 17-14 at the 10:44 mark.

Wildcats forward Solomon Hill leads all scorers with nine points, he also has five rebounds. Washington is getting its offensive production from Aziz N'DIaye who has eight points and three rebounds.

This game has been sloppy so far, with a combined 18 turnovers between the two teams. Terrence Ross needs to step it up for the Huskies if he plans on leading his team to a victory. He only has three points on 1-for-5 shooting through the first half.

For all news and information regarding the Washington Huskies, please visit UW Dawg Pound. For updates and perspective on the Arizona Wildcats, head on over to Arizona Desert Swarm.

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