X-factor or not, Rawle Alkins plays integral role for Arizona Wildcats
TUCSON - On any given night, the Arizona Wildcats can pretty much count on a dominating performance from Deandre Ayton, and, increasingly so, some all-conference-level play from Dusan Ristic around the basket.
Then there's Allonzo Trier's ever-efficient scoring and penchant for getting to the free-throw line, and Parker Jackson-Cartwright's usually consistent playmaking.
That leaves Rawle Alkins, his jump shot, and his foot.
While neither he nor UA coach Sean Miller will call Alkins an X-factor, the truth is this:
Of the Wildcats' six losses this season, Alkins didn't play in three of them... read more
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