Arizona Basketball: The Biggest Flaw of Each of the Wildcats' Starters

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Arizona Basketball: The Biggest Flaw of Each of the Wildcats' Starters
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The University of Arizona men's basketball team is not perfect.

After 19 games, coach Sean Miller and the Wildcats have gone 17-2 and 5-2 in the Pac-12 Conference. They are currently two games behind the conference-leading Oregon Ducks.

They are ranked No. 8 in both polls and have been ranked as high as No. 3 in the midst of a 14-game win streak to begin the season.

The Cats are the No. 4 team in the RPI rankings and No. 3 in strength of schedule. They have been victorious over five teams in the RPI Top 50, including two teams ranked in the AP Top 25 in Florida and San Diego State.

Why is that they lost to a then unranked Oregon team in Eugene and were blown out at home to an unranked UCLA Bruins team?

Each member of Miller's starting five has issues and knowing is half the battle. It is imperative that Miller strives to better each player and make them a better team down the stretch and into the NCAA tournament.

Here is the biggest flaw of each of the Wildcats' starters. 

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