Sunday February 22nd, 2015

Arizona forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson had his second major slip in slightly over a week during Saturday's game against UCLA.

The sophomore forward came around a screen along the perimeter early in the game, but after hopping backward, he lost control of the ball... and his balance.

Hollis-Jefferson, who is one of Arizona's three double-digit scorers at 11.5 points per game entering Saturday, had a similarly embarrassing spill during a Feb. 13 game against Washington. With a wide-open court ahead of him on a fastbreak, Hollis-Jefferson wiped out as he went up for a dunk.

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At halftime of Saturday's game, No. 7 Arizona led 32-18. Hollis-Jefferson went scoreless on 0-of-3 shooting.

Mike Fiammetta

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