Cal Bears podcast with Morris Phillips: It was a tough loss in Arizona but Cal hung with one of the best schools in the country

February 13, 2017

Cal Bears, NCAA

California guard Charlie Moore (13) drives past teammate Kameron Rooks (44) and Arizona center Dusan Ristic during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017, in Tucson, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

What a great environment at McHale Center at Arizona University last Saturday and the Cal Bears head coach Cuonzo Martin was firing up his team to beat one of the toughest teams in the NCAA the Arizona Wildcats. Martin was working the sidelines like he was in the game and not coaching the game. Neither team shot well but they both competed hard as Cal lost a tough game to Arizona 62-57 last Saturday. Cal’s issue of offense continues to be a sticking point for them they struggled to score.

Obviously without Charlie Moore Cal really missed him on offense for the second half of the game with a leg injury it made things that much tougher. The Bears got into foul trouble late in the game. They wouldn’t have Moore to help them, Jabari Bird took a bunch of tough shots. Obviously the Bears were able to stay in the game but defense for Cal is a real issue.



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