Dec 3, 2013; Tucson, AZ, USA; Arizona Wildcats guard Nick Johnson (13) dribbles the ball around Texas Tech Red Raiders guard Randy Onwuasor (1) during the second half at McKale Center. The Wildcats won 79-58. Mandatory Credit: Casey Sapio-USA TODAY Sports

UNLV vs Arizona: How to Watch, Game Info and More

The Arizona Wildcats are now the presumed number one team in the nation. That is a weird thing to say in the post Lute Olsen world. Granted, something like that is very believable while they care led by Sean Miller, but still, the preseason hype seemed to be on everyone in the land except Arizona. Now with their own super freshman, Aaron Gordon, doing well the Wildcats will look to lay down the law against the UNLV Rebels (see what I did there? I be so clever).

How to Watch

UNLV Rebels (3-3, 0-0 MW) vs #2 Arizona Wildcats (8-0, 0-0 Pac-12)

Saturday, December the 7th

5:15 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

At the McKale Center

Picture-Box: ESPN2

Live Stream: Watch ESPN

Should I Be Watching This Game

Definitely. Not only because you really love college hoops, but because this game features Arizona the probable number one team in the nation. Even if all of that doesn’t wet your TV viewing appetite, watching Gordon play will. He is the least known of the super class of freshmen, yet his abilities jump off the charts when you watch him play. Really, he is a double-double monster. Well, if a double-double monster is the same as a guy who can score and rebound, that is.

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