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Sybil Dosty had 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead No. 17 Arizona State to a 76-59 victory over Cleveland State in the opening round of the preseason WNIT on Friday night at Wells Fargo Arena.
The holiday boys basketball tournaments have wrapped up, and it’s time for the second half of the power points schedule. Before we move ahead, here is a look at the notable teams, players and moments from the first two months of the season:
Aria Krumwiede has a name worth remembering. Just don’t try to pronounce it.
November 25, 2004
December 24, 2004
PHOENIX — In a shrunken NBA world, where it's no longer a big deal to see players from China, Poland or Africa, few players can be considered exotic any more.
Call him Krypto-Nate. Nate Robinson tugged on Superman's cape — and won. The diminutive New York Knicks guard beat defending champion Dwight Howard of Orlando in an electrifying slam dunk contest on Saturday night, winning 52 percent of fans' votes.
Arizona coach Lute Olson ended this week’s conference call with a question for the media.
SEATTLE — Jon Brockman raised his arms above his shoulders and on cue 10,000 followers obediently rose to their feet in full voice.
California is seemingly one of the few basketball teams that doesn’t have players with visible tatoos.
SEATTLE — Isaiah Thomas responded from being benched the game before to score 17 points, Quincy Pondexter added 17 and resurgent Washington cruised to a 79-56 victory over Arizona State on Saturday night.
As the Arizona State University women’s basketball team bids to make a run in the conference, look no further than downtown Phoenix for reasons of a No. 10 national ranking and a 11-1 record.
Kyle “Horns” Hornbeck wheels his bicycle down the driveway, the raw metal frame glimmering in the reflection of his glasses as he leans down to admire it.