Kerr Kriisa


Greg Hansen: Deep dive shows Kerr Kriisa is far more of a plus than minus to top-seeded Cats

Part of Kerr Kriisa’s pregame routine at McKale Center is to step away from the layup line and schmooze with the referees. Hey, man, good to see you. Before the Oregon game last month, Krissa stood, unfazed, between Final Four referees Randy McCall and Verne Harris; whatever he was saying seemed to be working. McCall laughed a few times. Kriisa had his arm on Harris’ shoulder. They bumped fists and smiled at one another.

Arizona’s Kerr Kriisa is a Force to be Reckon With

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Arizona point guard Kerr Kriisa is a bit wild and more than a handful. Not just for opponents, but sometimes for the top-seeded Wildcats. The Estonian sophomore is the cocky and feisty sort who can drive opponents crazy, taunt their fans and question game officials. First-year coach Tommy Lloyd has to walk a fine line on how to manage his talented player. Kriisa says a he should be able to play against Houston in the Sweet 16 on Thursday night despite a sprained right ankle.

Watch Now: Kerr Kriisa mocks TCU fans with Horned Frogs hand sign after Arizona's win

Arizona point guard Kerr Kriisa gestured the TCU Horned Frogs hand sign at TCU fans walking off the court at Viejas Arena in San Diego following the Wildcats' overtime win. Justin writes stories and produces digital content about UA football and basketball and high school football. A Tucson native, Justin graduated from the UA in 2017 and is the host of the Wildcast Podcast and a radio host on ESPN Tucson.

Notebook: Kerr Kriisa returns, logs big minutes; Cats could face hostile crowd in San Antonio

SAN DIEGO — “Checking into the game for the Wildcats, No. 25, Kerr Kriisa.”. It had been three games since those words were said over a PA system. But at the 15:34 mark in the first half of No. 1 seed Arizona’s 85-80 overtime win over No. 9 seed TCU in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, Kriisa checked into the game for the first since the UA starting point guard injured his right ankle against Stanford in the Pac-12 Tournament.

Arizona Wildcats PG Kerr Kriisa a game-time decision vs. Wright State

Injured Arizona Wildcats point guard Kerr Kriisa is a game-time decision for the team’s first-round matchup in the NCAA Tournament against Wright State, head coach Tommy Lloyd told reporters Thursday. Kriisa injured his ankle in Arizona’s Pac-12 Tournament opener on Thursday. “I’m going to give you guys the...

Kerr Kriisa working hard to play this week

Kerr Kriisa’s status for Arizona’s opening game on Friday remains up in the air, but it certainly isn’t because of a lack of effort from Kriisa. “Every day it is some crazy stuff I have never seen before,” Kriisa said. “Justin and I, we really have been working on it and I am trying to stay positive. It’s kind of interesting too because you wake up in the morning and you don’t know how your leg looks, so you look at your leg and it’s like ‘Oh, there’s a new color here, little bit purple, little bit more yellow.’ You just have to make things interesting for yourself.