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February 3, 2012    Jordin Mayes News

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Arizona may lose Mayes, its backup point guard, for the season after the sophomore ended up re-injuring a left foot he previously broke in Thursday's win over California, the Associated Press reports.

An x-ray is scheduled Friday for Mayes, who, to this point in the year, is averaging 5.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game.

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November 18, 2011

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Mayes had 12 points, two steals and one assist in 21 minutes against St. John's on Thursday night.

Mayes was able to be productive despite having some foul trouble, and looks likely to start at point guard for the Wildcats for the foreseeable future.

November 13, 2011

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Mayes scored 2 points and was credited with only 1 assist in Arizona's 73-63 victory over Ball State Sunday. Mayes went 0-3 from the field in 20 minutes of playing time.

Mayes was not as successful in his second game as starting point guard as he was in his first. Mayes played a brilliant game versus Duquesne Wednesday, but was unable to follow up that performance on Sunday versus Ball State.

November 10, 2011

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Mayes led Arizona with 19 points Wednesday in their win over Duquesne. Mayes got the start in place of Josiah Turner, who had arrived late for the pregame shootaround, the Arizona Daily Star reports.

Mayes has outperformed Josiah Turner through the first two games of the season, which has caused many to question whether Mayes should permanently assume the starting role.