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Arizona State Sun Devils

  • Sun Devil basketball to play Tip-Off Tournament in Connecticut

    Bobby Hurley and ASU basketball will travel to Connecticut this season for the 2019 Tip-Off Tournament at Mohegan Sun Arena.
  • ASU’s Zylan Cheatham is perfect match for Suns’ desires in NBA Draft

    Arizona State's Zylan Cheatham turns out to be exactly what Suns general manager James Jones has described in wanting out of a player in the NBA Draft.
  • ASU basketball lands Khalid Thomas, nation’s No. 2 junior college recruit

    The second-ranked junior college recruit in the country, Khalid Thomas, committed to ASU on Wednesday with a video he posted on Twitter.
  • Former Arizona State forward Vitaliy Shibel lands at UNLV

    The UNLV basketball program added graduate transfer Vitaliy Shibel from Arizona State after his playing time decreased over his two seasons playing for ASU.
  • Oddsmakers consider ASU’s Bobby Hurley for Michigan coaching opening

    Bobby Hurley just turned down St. John's, but are the Michigan Wolverines an option for ASU's head coach after John Beilein left for the Cavaliers?
  • ASU’s Luguentz Dort among NBA Draft Combine invitees

    Arizona State guard Luguentz Dort is among the 66 players invited to the 2019 NBA Draft Combine that will take play in Chicago this May.
  • Pac-12 men’s basketball to expand conference schedule to 20 games

    The Pac-12 men's basketball conference schedule for each team will increase from 18 to 20 games starting in the 2020-21 season.
  • Steve Kerr tells James Harden Arizona is a ‘better school’ than ASU

    Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr had some playful trash talk for Rockets guard James Harden during the NBA playoffs on Sunday.
  • Arizona State forward Vitaliy Shibel enters transfer portal

    Arizona State forward Vitaliy Shibel has entered the NCAA transfer portal. The junior stretch four struggled to find consistent playing time for Bobby Hurley.
  • WSJ: Arizona, ASU among top 50 most valuable basketball programs

    Following a season that saw one program end its streak of NCAA Tournament appearances and another possibly start one, the value of college basketball in Arizona has increased tremendously.