The Wildcats were just as good on defense, particularly against Niles.
Johnson stripped Niles on his first touch and joined Hill in hounding the senior around the court, denying the ball, getting help when the Golden Eagles set screens to break him loose.
Niles got three free throws when he was fouled nearly 30 feet from the basket, but was swatted by Angelo Chol on a drive his next touch and didn't hit a shot until dropping in a contested 3-pointer at 2:00. Niles had consecutive shots blocked inside in the closing seconds of the half and was 2-for-8 from the floor, scoring half his 10 points on free throws.
"Nick did a really good job of defending his opponent," Miller said.
Arizona gave the Golden Eagles no hope of making a comeback, scoring the first 11 points of the second half to go up 56-31.
Oral Roberts missed its first six shots, and even after knocking a few down spent most of the second half trailing by 20 or more as Arizona raced away toward a trip to paradise.
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