#Pac12Hoops: Men’s Weekly Awards Announced

Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, presented by Nextiva (3/1/21)
McKinley Wright IV, COLORADO
Sr., G, North Robbinsdale, Minn.

  • Fourth Pac-12 Player of the Week award this season and sixth of his career. Wright IV is the seventh in Conference history with at least six Player of the Week honors (Gary Payton, OSU – 9; Chris Mills, ARIZ – 7; Harold Miner, USC – 7; Sean Elliott, ARIZ – 6; Adam Keefe, STAN – 6; Don MacLean, UCLA – 6).
    • Averaged a double-double of 20.5 points and 10.0 assists along with 4.5 rebounds to help Colorado sweep the league-leading LA schools.
    • Opened week with 15 points, 14 assists, four rebounds and three steals in Thursday win over nationally ranked USC. The 14 assists matched the second-best single-game total in program history.
    • Went for 26 points on 10-of-16 shooting, six assists and five rebounds in Saturday’s victory over UCLA.

ALSO NOMINATED: James Akinjo, Arizona; Remy Martin, Arizona State; Matt Bradley, California; LJ Figueroa, Oregon; Jarod Lucas, Oregon State; Johnny Juzang, UCLA; Branden Carlson, Utah; Aljaz Kunc, Washington State.

Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Freshman of the Week, presented by Nextiva (3/1/21)
Azuolas Tubelis, ARIZONA
Fr., F, Vilnius, Lithuania

  • Averaged double-double of 12.5 points and 12.0 rebounds along with 1.5 blocks in 2-0 week for Arizona.
    • Hit game-winning baseline jumper with 5.2 seconds left to lift Arizona to 75-74 victory over Washington on Saturday.
    • Game-winner capped second 16-point, 15-rebound effort in past two weeks. Also narrowly missed double-double with nine points and nine boards in Thursday win over Washington State.
    • Second game-winning basket of freshman campaign after converted deciding tip-in in win at Arizona State (1/21/21).
    • Second straight Freshman of the Week honor.

ALSO NOMINATED: Ziaire Williams, Stanford; Pelle Larsson, Utah; TJ Bamba, Washington State.


  Player of the Week Freshman of the Week
Nov. 30 McKinley Wright IV, COLO Josh Christopher, ASU
Dec. 7 Eugene Omoruyi, ORE Evan Mobley, USC
Dec. 14 Jemarl Baker Jr., ARIZ Evan Mobley, USC
Dec. 21 Oscar da Silva, STAN Ziaire Williams, STAN
Dec. 28 McKinley Wright IV, COLO Efe Abogidi, WSU
Jan. 4 Chris Duarte, ORE Bennedict Mathurin, ARIZ
Jan. 11 Oscar da Silva, STAN Evan Mobley, USC
Jan. 18 McKinley Wright IV, COLO Jabari Walker, COLO
Jan. 25 Jamal Bey, WASH Evan Mobley, USC
Feb. 1 Alfonso Plummer, UTAH Michael O’Connell, STAN
Feb. 8 Evan Mobley, USC Evan Mobley, USC
Feb. 15 Johnny Juzang, UCLA Evan Mobley, USC
Feb. 22 Noah Williams, WSU Azuolas Tubelis, ARIZ
March 1 McKinley Wright IV, COLO Azuolas Tubelis, ARIZ

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