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YOU VOTED: Your top 9 Wildcats of all time

Posted at 2:57 PM, Mar 15, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-27 17:28:00-04

March Madness is here! We asked who you think the top Wildcats of all time are, and the results are in. Here are your picks for 'Top 9 Wildcats of All Time.' Bear Down!

T.J. McConnell
While at Arizona, T.J. McConnell was voted first-team All-PAC-12 and helped lead Arizona to the Elite Eight. McConnell currently plays for the Philadelphia 76ers. 

Steve Kerr
Steve Kerr is currently the head coach of the Golden State Warriors. In 2015, he lead his team to a championship win against the Cleveland Cavaliers. In addition to his win as coach, Kerr also won five NBA championships playing with the Chicago Bulls and San Antonio Spurs.

Nick Johnson
During the 2013-2014 season, Johnson was named PAC-12 Player of the Year. During his professional career he played for the Houston Rockets, Austin Spurs and is now playing for Bayern Munich. 

Mike Bibby
Mike Bibby played 14 seasons in the NBA. While at Arizona, Bibby helped drive the Wildcats to 1997's NCAA championship win. 

Jason Terry
Nicknamed "The Jet", Jason Terry is a professional basketball player for the Milwaukee Bucks. Terry won an NBA championship with the Dallas Mavericks in 2011. 

Richard Jefferson
While at Arizona, Richard Jefferson was part of the the team that advanced to the national championship game in 2001. Recently, Jefferson won the NBA Championship in 2016 with the Cleveland Cavaliers. 

Damon Stoudamire
Stoudamire played for four seasons at Arizona under legendary coach, Lute Olson.  During his NBA career, he was named NBA Rookie of the Year during Toronto Raptor's 1995-1996 season. In recent years, he coached basketball as an assistant with the Arizona Wildcats. Currently, he is the head coach of University of the Pacific. 

Sean Elliott
Elliott is a 2-time NBA All-Star and a 2-time PAC-12 Player of the Year. His #32 jersey is retired by both the University of Arizona and San Antonio Spurs. 

Miles Simon
Miles Simon is currently a television college basketball analyst. During the 1997 NCAA tournament, he was selected as the Most Outstanding Player. Additionally, he finished his career ranked seventh on Arizona's career points scored list with 1,664.



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