NCAA basketball podcast with Daniel Dullum: Reviews Louisville 85 North Carolina 60; Arizona 77-66 over Washington; Cal beats Stanford 66-55

January 29, 2017

NCAA photo: The Cal Bears Jabari Bird takes it to the hoop against the Stanford Cardinal at Haas Pavilion at UC Berkeley on Sunday

North Carolina (14-8) vs. Louisville (18-4): The Louis Cardinals were down today because of a couple guards out with injuries that hurts the depth the Cardinals were able to overcome that with their 18th win. Donavon Mitchell scored 14 points for the Cardinals and 28 for the afternoon and they won 85-60 over the NC Tar Heels.

Arizona (20-2) vs. Washington (9-14): The Huskies really got off to a good start which what you want to do on the road but McHale Center the home of the Arizona Wildcats and the Cats get close to 20,000 in there and its a partisan crowd and they get it rocking its just a matter of time and the Wildcats are always a contender for a national championship and they just out talent some these teams that come in Cats win on Sunday 77-66.

Cal (16-6) vs. Stanford (11-10) The Stanford Cardinal in desperate need for a win couldn’t get past the Cal Bears whose tough at home and the took a tough loss 66-55 and the Cardinal dropped to 3-6 in the Pac 12. That’s not what the Cardinal needed. They’re trying to dig out of this hole. The Cardinal needed the game but Cal needed the win to position themselves for selection Sunday.

Daniel Dullum is filling in for Michelle Richardson for the NCAA podcast this week at





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