Allonzo Trier is averaging 20.5 points per game in his four career appearances versus Arizona State, which now ranks as his highest career scoring average against a Pac-12 opponent. In that stretch, the Wildcats turned the ball over seven times and the Sun Devils capitalized on every chance possible.
In one of the stranger sights you'll see at a basketball game, the cheerleader was escorted from his sideline position. "But that's not the case", said Hurley, who dropped to 0-6 facing the Wildcats.
The cheerleader said "Not today, Remy" while the freshman was preparing to take a free throw.
Robert Franks added 14 points and eight rebounds for the Cougars.
Arizona State went 7 of 12 on free throws, including 1 of 6 in the second half.
TEMPE, Arizona - It wasn't easy, but No. 17 Arizona completed the season sweep over No. 25 Arizona State 77-70 in a hostile environment at Wells Fargo Arena on Thursday. "It's hard to imagine what he'll be".
Arizona State scored 30 consecutive points with 18:16 left in the 2nd Half, making the game 41-39 in favor of Arizona State.More news: Microsoft releases Photos Companion app for easier transfer to PC
"I think my teammates helped me get into a rhythm".
The Sun Devils were without sophomore point guard Kiara Russell who was nursing an ankle sprain.
At the 7:14 mark, Justice converted a 3-point play. The Wildcats have managed at least 73 points in each of their last nine games. Ayton's big night against the Sun Devils in December also earned him Pac-12 Player of the Week. "Miller said. ".So for us, you have to be careful. "That was an entertaining game to watch". "I think they just want their school to win".
Famed ring announcer Michael Buffer introduced the Sun Devils' starting lineup and then belted out his trademarked catchphrase, "Let's get ready to rumble!" to charge up the fans ahead of tip-off.
The Arizona State fans were rematch ready, filling Wells Fargo Arena to the rafters and with roars, almost shaking the building after Michael Buffer introduced the Sun Devils' starting lineup. Here's what referee Randy McCall said about the incident.
As it stands right now, UCLA is in second place, with USC right behind them in third, because the Bruins (17-8, 8-5 Pac-12) own the head-to-head matchup as of now.