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  • Sun Devils improve, but fall short to New Mexico

    After losing in ugly fashion to Pepperdine on Tuesday night, ASU head coach Herb Sendek talked about needing to improve in a lot of different areas if his team wanted to have a chance to beat New Mexico on Friday night. There was improvement, but not enough as the Sun Devils fell to New Mexico […]
  • Devils shoot blanks in loss to Pepperdine

    TEMPE, AZ— Pepperdine got hot from behind the three-point arc in the first half, and lived at the free throw line in the 2nd half in a 66-60 win over Arizona State in front of 4,127 fans at Wells Fargo Arena on Tuesday night. The Waves knocked down 7 of 9 three-point attempts before halftime, […]
  • ASU opens season with (close) win

    TEMPE, AZ — It got a little too close for comfort late in the 2nd half, but Herb Sendek’s Arizona State Sun Devils opened the 2011-12 season with a 78- 72 win over Montana State at Wells Fargo Arena. The free throw line was the Sun Devils’ best friend on Friday, as they connected on […]
  • Arizona State hoops is in ‘attack mode’

    It happened once all last year. In the regular season finale against Oregon State, ASU scored a season-high 80 points in an 80-66 win; just four times did the Sun Devils reach 75 points or more. This season — albeit in an exhibition game — ASU has already hit the 80-point mark. Last week, head […]
  • ASU (still) waiting on Jahii Carson

    The ASU basketball season begins Friday. The Sun Devils sixth season under head coach Herb Sendek tips off against Montana State; and yet, the biggest topic surrounding the program remains freshman point guard Jahii Carson. “I know the most frequently asked question these days is regarding Jahii’s status,” Sendek said Monday. “I’ll head you off […]
  • Grand Canyon students pumped for ASU exhibition

    Saturday night Herb Sendek’s Arizona State Sun Devils are playing a game in the Valley, and they’ll undoubtedly be the visitors. The Devils will bus over to Central Phoenix to visit the Grand Canyon Antelopes, a Division II team coached by former ASU assistant and radio broadcaster Russ Pennell, in an exhibition game to prepare […]
  • GCU opens new arena vs. ASU

    It’s just an exhibition. It doesn’t count. Sure, try telling that to the students at Grand Canyon University. “Man, everybody is excited,” said Antelopes senior point guard Kyle Speed. “It’s almost like the rest of the season doesn’t even exist.” Added head coach Russ Pennell on the buzz around campus, “This is the Super Bowl, […]
  • Sun Devils picked 9th in Pac-12

    Scribes who cover the Pac-12 have tabbed the Arizona State Sun Devils to finish 9th in the conference in a preseason poll released Friday morning from Pac-12 Media Day in Los Angeles. Head coach Herb Sendek’s squad returns eight players and seven letter winners from last year’s 12-19 team that finished last in the conference. […]
  • Carson still not cleared to practice

    For Arizona State men’s basketball,practice begins in a couple of days. Yet head coach Herb Sendek isn’t sure if he’ll have his entire team on the floor for its first practice Friday. Freshman point guard Jahii Carson is still awaiting clearance from the NCAA; and until that happens he cannot be involved in any basketball-related, […]
  • ASU’s Carson on Team USA

    The USA Basketball U19 World Championship team announced their 12-man roster on Thursday. The team will travel to Lithuania to defend the gold medal won in 2009. Arizona State recruit Jahii Carson was the youngest player to be named to the team and is the only player on the squad with no collegiate experience. As […]