TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -The physician and daughter of retired Arizona basketball coach Lute Olson have called a news conference for Tuesday afternoon.
The 74-year-old coach suddenly announced his retirement last week, spurring speculation he may be ill.
Two days earlier, he appeared at the Wildcats' media day and said he was ``energized'' and looking forward to his 25th season with Arizona.
Olson took a personal leave of absence last season for what he later termed a ``medical condition that was not life-threatening.''

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