- The annual Red-Blue Showcase for the Arizona Wildcats basketball team will only be available to watch in-person this year, with no TV or streaming coverage.
- The event is being billed as a community event first, with various activities and introductions before the scrimmage.
- Former UA greats and potential future Wildcats are scheduled to attend the showcase.
The annual Red-Blue Showcase, a basketball scrimmage featuring the Arizona Wildcats, will not be televised or streamed this year. The event, which marks the first chance to see the team in action, will only be accessible to those in attendance. UA officials cited a lack of resources and crew availability due to concurrent football games as the reason for the lack of broadcast. Head coach Tommy Lloyd emphasizes that the Red-Blue Showcase is more than just a basketball game, but a community event aimed at engaging and connecting with the Tucson community. Former UA greats will host the event, and potential future Wildcats are expected to attend.
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