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Deandre Ayton flashes immense talent in Arizona's Red-Blue Scrimmage

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Arizona might have the Number One pick on its team, and he wears number 13.

7-foot-1 center Deandre Ayton scored 21 points and picked up 9 rebounds on 10-14 shooting (1-2 from 3) and helped his Blue team beat Arizona's Red team 55-37.

The 5-star all-world Bahamian center showed pretty much every skill in an impressive second half.

Other standouts included freshman wing Brandon Randolph, Allonzo Trier and the defense from diminutive point guard Parker Jackson-Cartwright.

Randolph beat freshman Ira Lee in a dunk-off during the Wildcats dunk contest.

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