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Arizona State Sun Devils

  • Arizona athletes in the 2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics

    The state of Arizona has quite a few Olympic connections. From a pro level, the Suns and Mercury are sending four to Tokyo.
  • NCAA President Mark Emmert: It’s time to decentralize college sports

    In a 30-minute interview with a small group of reporters, NCAA President Mark Emmert stressed he was not putting forth a mandate or even a recommendation.
  • Hollinger: ASU G Josh Christopher a ‘dart throw’ as 1st-round talent

    The Athletic’s John Hollinger believes there are about 20 to 23 players who can stick on NBA rosters for the long haul in the 2021 NBA Draft . Tops among them, is ASU product Josh Christopher.
  • All the Arizona-linked players selected in the 2021 MLB Draft

    A trio of Arizona Wildcats outfielders, led off by Ryan Holgate, were selected in the early portions of the 2021 MLB Draft.
  • Josh Christopher’s appearance at the NBA Combine impresses executives

    NBA scouts were impressed that someone as high profile as ASU's Josh Christopher showed up to compete at the 2021 NBA Combine.
  • Report: Former ASU G Alonzo Verge commits to Nebraska

    Former Arizona State Sun Devil Alonzo Verge Jr. has reportedly committed to join the Nebraska Cornhuskers for the upcoming season.
  • Fans banned from Tokyo Olympics upon state of emergency

    Fans were banned from the pandemic-postponed Tokyo Olympics which will open in two weeks, following a state of emergency on Thursday.
  • ASU F Marcus Bagley returning to college, exits transfer portal

    ASU forward Marcus Bagley announced Wednesday he is withdrawing his name from the 2021 NBA Draft and returning to the Sun Devils.
  • Report: Former ASU G Remy Martin to withdraw from draft, attend Kansas

    Former ASU G Remy Martin is reportedly withdrawing his name from the 2021 NBA Draft and will return to college to play for the Kansas Jayhawks.
  • NCAA clears athletes for NIL compensation as state laws kick in

    The NCAA cleared the way for athletes to profit off their name on the eve of legislation becoming law in several states that would allow such compensation.