Tucson, AZ (SportsNetwork. Air Max 97 Cocoa Snake .com) - The third-ranked Arizona Wildcats continue a five-game homestand on Saturday when they play host to the Michigan Wolverines in a non-conference matchup at the McKale Center. Sean Millers Wildcats are a perfect 9-0 on the season, with a Maui Invitational tournament title in tow. The team also has a marquee win over top-10 foe Gonzaga (66-63 OT) and is coming off an 87-56 blasting of Utah Valley last time out. The win over Utah Valley marked the 27th straight home victory for Arizona. John Beileins Wolverines began the season in the Top-25 and opened with four straight victories. However, the team has gone just 2-3 since and enters this contest off inexplicable back-to-back losses to NJIT (72-70) and Eastern Michigan (45-42). This marks the 10th all-time meeting between these two storied programs. The Wildcats hold a 7-2 series advantage and have won two straight meetings, including a 72-70 decision in Ann Arbor last season. The two losses to what looked like inferior foes coming in has to be reason for concern in Ann Arbor. To make matters worse, both losses came at the Crisler Center, a usual safe haven for the home team. In the loss to EMU last time out, Michigan simply could not get into an offensive rhythm, shooting an ugly 14-of-43 from the floor (.326) overall. Caris LeVert and Zak Irvin tallied 10 points each for Michigan, but received little help elsewhere. The last two games have really taken a toll on Michigans bottom line in terms of stats. The Wolverines come into this contest shooting a modest .444 from the field and are putting up 70.7 ppg. The team continues however, to do a good taking care of the ball (9.2 turnovers per game), and holds a +5.4 turnover margin as a result. LeVert is the straw that stirs the drink for Michigan, leading the team in scoring (17.7 ppg), rebounding (5.4 rpg), assists (4.1 apg) and steals (2.2 spg). Irvin (15.4 ppg) and Derrick Walton Jr. (12.1 ppg) provide scoring depth. A deep scoring pool is something that Arizona is enjoying presently, as there is less than six points per game separating the top scorer and the No. 6 scorer on the roster. Overall, the Wildcats are generating 76.0 ppg and doing son on nearly 50 percent shooting (.498). Stanley Johnson has made an immediate impact as the freshman forward is averaging a team-best 13.8 ppg, while ranking second on the team with 6.4 rpg. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (12.7 ppg, 6.7 rpg) is superb coming off the bench. Brandon Ashley (11.6 ppg) is also posting a double-digit scoring average, while Gabe York (8.3 ppg), T.J. McConnell (8.0 ppg) and Kaleb Tarczewski (8.0 ppg) make contributions as well. It was a balanced and potent attack that helped Arizona blow by Utah Valley last time out. The Wildcats shot a scorching .596 from the floor overall and had four players notch double figures in the win. Johnson led the way with 14 points. 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Martin was a late first-round draft pick who blossomed with the Kings. His first head coach was Rick Adelman, now Minnesotas coach. The time spent in Sacramento is something Martin savors. "I take pride in coming back here and trying to play well. Sacramento is like my second home," he said. "The fans here saw me grow from a guy who played 10 minutes a game as a rookie and is now a 10-year veteran." It was the second straight win and fifth in six games for the Timberwolves (29-29). Trailing by three points at the half, Minnesota outscored the Kings 31-17 in the third quarter, opening the frame with nine straight points and never relinquishing the lead. Kevin Love added 22 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists for Minnesota, and Nikola Pekovic had 20 points and nine rebounds. Corey Brewer scored 13. DeMarcus Cousins had 21 points and 17 rebounds for the Kings in his return from a one-game suspension. Rudy Gay had 22 of his 24 points in the opening half and Isaiah Thomas had 22 points and eight assists in Sacramentos third straight loss. The Kings committed 19 turnovers, including six in the third quarter that led to numerous fast-break opportunities for the Timberwolves. "For whatever reason we just continue to beat ourselves," Kings coach Michael Malone said. "Nineteen turnovers andd 27 points? Good teams dont beat themselves. Air Max 97 2020. So its very hard in the same game to beat your opponents and yourself and we did that tonight." It was a rare off night for Love, who averaged 34 points and 14 rebounds in seven February games. He shot 4 of 12, but converted 12 of 14 free throws. But Love received plenty of help from Martin and Pekovic, who sat out the last 13 with a right foot he injured Jan. 27 at Chicago. "It was way more than I expected," Pekovic said of his 28 minutes. "I was trying to be productive and had to push myself. Im told the (ankle) pain will be there all the time." Cousins was suspended one game for punching Houston Rockets guard Patrick Beverley on Tuesday and fined $20,000 as part of the incident in which he verbally abused official Courtney Kirkland and failed to leave the court in a timely manner. Cousins leads the NBA with 15 technicals this season. One more and he will be suspended for one game under NBA rules. The Kings are winless in the 10 games Cousins has missed this season. "My biggest disappointment is the first quarter and the third quarter," Cousins said. "We let them get a hot start in the first quarter and the same thing with the third. Coming out of that third we had to dig ourselves out of ditch." Thomas made consecutive baskets to get the Kings within 97-95 with 2:09 remaining. But Pekovic converted two free throws and Rubio hit a 3 to give the Timberwolves some breathing room at 102-95 with 53.4 seconds left and Minnesota closed it out from the free throw line. NOTES: Kings reserve forward Carl Landry missed his second straight game with a sore right knee. ... Sacramento shot 70 per cent in the first quarter and led 31-30. ... Adelman was head coach for eight seasons with the Kings and his teams made the playoffs every year. Sacramento hasnt made the playoffs since Adelman was fired following the 2005-06 season. ... The Timberwolves are 3-1 on their road trip, which concludes Monday in Denver. ' ' '