By the numbers: A look at Remy Martin’s career at ASU
Remy Martin’s career at Arizona State presumably came to a close on Thursday after the Sun Devils fell to Oregon 91-73 in the Pac-12 Tournament.
Martin is one of the most accomplished players in ASU program history and has become one of the most productive players to wear the maroon and gold.
Here’s a look at some of the numbers in Martin’s four years at ASU.
Other than Tra Holder, Martin was on the floor for more minutes than any ASU player in the last decade. Since 2010, Martin has played the 25th most minutes in the Pac-12.
Martin is the sixth highest scorer in ASU history. Martin averaged 14.86 points per game which ranks fifth on ASU’s all-time list.
According to Sports Reference, no basketball player at ASU has posted a better offensive rating than Martin in the last decade. Martin’s rating is nearly three points higher than Holder’s, who is second.
Martin averaged 19.1 points per game over the past two seasons and was the top scorer in the Pac-12 this year. Martin was also the second-highest scorer last season, only trailing Oregon’s Payton Pritchard.
Martin notched the second-most assists in ASU history over his career with 466. He also has the eighth-best single-season in assists, with 160 in 2018-19.
Martin was named the 2017-18 Pac-12 Sixth Man of the Year. Martin shared the award with Colorado’s Dominique Collier and is the only freshman to receive the honor. Martin and Collier were the first recipients of the award in Pac-12 history.
Martin made the All-Pac-12 team three times in his career. After being named to the Pac-12 first team again this season, he joined Ike Diogu as the only player in ASU program history to make three All-Pac-12 teams.