No. 3 Arizona, which has won its first five Pac-12 games by an average of 21.6 points, will take on struggling Cal on Sunday afternoon in Berkeley, Calif.
The Wildcats (15-1, 5-0 Pac-12) are coming off an 85-57 victory at Stanford on Thursday night, when they overcame the loss of starting forward Azuolas Tubelis to a sprained left ankle after seven minutes. There was no update of his status on Friday.
With starting center Christian Koloko battling foul trouble, the only other true big man on the roster, sophomore Oumar Ballo, scored a career-high 21 points. Arizona also went at times with a lineup featuring five perimeter players, further highlighting the versatility of coach Tommy Lloyd's fast-paced outfit that is averaging 88.2 points per game.