Unlike prior highway trips, Allonzo Trier is roving with a Arizona Wildcats for Saturday’s diversion opposite No. 8 Gonzaga in Los Angeles, it was reported by Scout’s WildcatAuthority.com and a Arizona Daily Star’s Greg Hansen on Friday.
As of now, Allonzo Trier is not cleared. He did transport however.
— WildcatAuthority.com (@AZAuthority) December 3, 2016
Allonzo Trier accompanied UA on moody to Los Angeles for Gonzaga diversion today. Is he playing? Good question.
— Greg Hansen (@ghansen711) December 3, 2016
However, as a news from Wildcat Authority states, Trier has not been privileged to play, so it still seems doubtful that he will fit adult opposite a Bulldogs.
Trier has missed Arizona’s initial 7 games for vague reasons, and a UA will not criticism on a matter.
Trier did not transport with a Wildcats to Hawaii when they faced Michigan State, and he wasn’t with a group this past weekend in Las Vegas for a Las Vegas Invitational either.
It is misleading if Trier roving means a sophomore is a step closer to returning.
If Trier is not behind in a lineup, a Wildcats will be down to 7 healthy grant players opposite Gonzaga after a new damage to Parker Jackson-Cartwright and a preseason injuries to Ray Smith and Talbott Denny.
Trier averaged 14.8 points per diversion as a beginner final season.
Tip-off during STAPLES Center between No. 16 Arizona (6-1) and No. 8 Gonzaga (7-0) is set for 3:30 p.m. MST on Saturday. The diversion will be televised on ESPN.
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