The Arizona Wildcats and Weber State Wildcats game today in round two of March Madness 2014 could turn into one of the more lopsided final scores of the NCAA Tournament.
Arizona is the number one seed in the West Region and for good reason. Their defense keys their offense by giving up only 58.1 points per game on average and a shooting percentage of 38.1 points per game. Those numbers are good enough for fifth and seventh in the nation, respectively.
The front court for Arizona is formidable for any offense to go up against. Kaleb Tarczewski anchors the squad as a seven-foot center who clogs up the middle. Nick Johnson and T.J. McConnell are quick around the perimeter to close down on any three-point threats, which teams try to employ with Tarczewski on the floor.
Johnson will be tasked with defending Davion Berry who scored an average of 19.1 points per game and dished out 4 assists per game. This could be a key match-up because if Johnson can shutdown Berry then it could be along afternoon for the Wildcats of Weber State.
Weber State relies heavily on the three-point bucket as they hoist up an average of 18.3 of them per game. The effectiveness of the three can either propel them to be competitive today or push them into a early and deep hole that they can’t get out of.
The Arizona vs Weber State game will start today with the tip-off at 2:10pm EST ‘/ 11:10am PST. The game will be on TV on TNT exclusively so you will need that channel in your cable or satellite package to watch AU vs Weber State in HD on TV.
Though TNT isn’t offering direct March Madness live streaming of the games they carry, the NCAA has set up a nifty website where you can watch live March Madness games from phones, iPads and other devices right here live streaming over the Internet. You will need a login from your cable or satellite provider to watch the games, but if you have that then you can watch Arizona vs Weber State online streaming live from anywhere.