On UCLA's 26th foul, Tony Parker threw up his hands. His eyebrows darted up his forehead.
The McKale Center, where No. 17 Arizona plays its home games, can have that effect. Now it had turned Parker incredulous: with about six minutes remaining, UCLA's commanding halftime lead was evaporating amid the din of roaring fans and officials' whistles.
Forty-two seconds earlier, after UCLA's 25th foul of the evening, center Thomas Welsh had fouled out too.
A close game turned into a mismatch. Arizona won, 81-75, another blow to a UCLA season on life support.
After the game, UCLA Coach Steve Alford said just about everything shy of directly criticizing the officiating...