The Pac-12 announced the men’s basketball schedules for the Arizona Wildcats and Arizona State Sun Devils on Thursday.
Thirteen of Arizona’s games will air on the ESPN family of networks, while 14 will appear on Pac-12 Networks. ESPN2 will feature the Wildcats on Nov. 26 as they visit Santa Clara to open the Wooden Legacy, and ESPNU and ESPN2 will carry the following two games of that event.
Arizona next finds itself on national television Dec. 5 with a visit to Gonzaga that will air on ESPN. On Dec. 19, Sean Miller’s crew will play UNLV at home against ESPN2.
During the Pac-12 schedule, Arizona visits ASU in coach Bobby Hurley’s first Duel in the Desert on Jan. 3 that will air on FOX Sports 1. The next rivalry game between the two schools will take place Feb. 17 in Tucson and will be broadcast on ESPN2.
The Wildcats will play on national television — ESPN, ESPN2, FOX, CBS and FOX Sports 1 — in 10 of their last 12 games of the regular season.
Arizona State plays eight games on ESPN’s family of networks (two on ESPNU, three on ESPN2 and one on ESPN3 and one on ESPN) with the lone ESPN contest at Kentucky on Dec. 12.
Eleven ASU games will be broadcast by Pac-12 Networks.
ASU’s games as part of the Legends Classic beginning Nov. 24 have not been picked up by a network, nor has the Sun Devils’ Dec. 2 game at Creighton.
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