The Pac-12 Tournament gets underway on Wednesday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. It's been six years since a No. 1 seed won the event, so top-seeded Arizona has its work cut out for it this week.

Although Arizona has led the conference all season, last week was a good indication that this tournament could be wide open. Four of the top six seeds - No. 1 Arizona, No. 2 UCLA, No. 3 Arizona and No. 5 Colorado - all come into the tournament off of a loss. The other two top six teams - No. 4 Cal and No. 6 Stanford - won one-point nail-biters at home in their last game.

With that, here's a quick look at each team going into the tournament, listed by seed order.

1. Arizona (28-3, 15-3 Pac-12): Wildcats stumbled at Oregon last week, but they had won five in a row before that. They enter as the clear favorite.

2. UCLA (23-8, 12-6): Bruins have enough talent to win this tournament, but they've been inconsistent of late. UCLA is just 2-3 in its last five games.

3. Arizona State (21-10, 10-8): Sun Devils have looked very good at times this season, but struggle away from Tempe. ASU is 2-7 in Pac-12 road games, including five consecutive losses.

4. California (19-12, 10-8): The Bears were the first team to knock of Arizona, who was No. 1 in the country at the time. But, they are 4-5 since then.


5. Colorado (21-10, 10-8): Inconsistency has hurt the Buffs, but they come into the tournament after playing a solid weekend on the road last week.

6. Stanford (19-11, 10-8): The Cardinal looked to be safely in the NCAA Tournament until losing three in a row. They snapped that skid with a one-point home win against Utah.

7. Oregon (22-8, 10-8): After a 2-8 stretch in the middle of the season, the Ducks are back. They are actually the only team entering this tournament on a winning streak, having won seven in a row. Ducks are a dangerous team at No. 7.

8. Utah (20-10, 9-9): Much better than the seeding suggests, the Utes have won three of four and nearly won at Stanford last Saturday. They could give teams fits this week.

9. Washington (17-14, 9-9): Huskies have been up and down, but with a top-notch shooter like C.J. Wilcox on the floor, the can play with anyone.

10. Oregon State (16-14, 8-10): Beavers are 2-7 in Pac-12 road games. But, they did have a solid weekend to close the regular season, taking Arizona to the wire and beating ASU.

11. Washington State (10-20, 3-15): Cougars had lost eight in a row before somehow routing UCLA by 18 points in the finale. It'll be tough for them to duplicate that performance. They are 0-9 in Pac-12 road games.

12. Southern Cal (11-20, 2-16): The Trojans got their first Pac-12 road win last week, but it came at Washington State. It's been a struggle all season for USC.