Although the dates and times for all of its Pac-12 games are not officially set until September, ASU men's basketball team has solidified its 2014-15 schedule.
The Sun Devils will open their season at home on Nov. 14 against Chicago State as part of the CBE Hall of Fame Classic. Last season, ASU was 16-1 at Wells Fargo Arena -- its best home season in the past 40 years.
Other non-conference visitors include UNLV (Dec. 3) and Ivy League champion Harvard (Dec. 28). Additionally, the Sun Devils will play notable road games at Texas A&M (Dec. 6) and Marquette (Dec. 16).
After a one-season hiatus, UCLA and USC are back on ASU's home schedule.
And of course, the Sun Devils and Wildcats will renew their in-state rivalry on the hardwood with a home-and-home -- the first of which will take place in Tucson during the first week of the regular season.
ASU's non-conference schedule:
NOV. 14: CHICAGO STATE (CBE CLASSIC)
NOV. 17: BETHUNE COOKMAN (CBE CLASSIC)
NOV. 20: LOYOLA-MARYMOUNT
NOV. 24-25: CBE CLASSIC IN KANSAS CITY
NOV. 29: COLGATE
DEC. 3: UNLV
DEC. 6: @ TEXAS A & M
DEC. 13: PEPPERDINE
DEC. 16: @ MARQUETTE
DEC. 20: LEHIGH
DEC. 23: DETROIT
DEC. 28: HARVARD
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