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Jahii Carson's early exit to the NBA has been expected since he first arrived at Arizona State two years ago.
Arizona State point guard Jahii Carson is testing the NBA waters.
Matt Johnson will be the new boys basketball coach at Skyline pending Tuesday night's governing board approval.
Freshman Teddy Allen had 31 points as Desert Ridge defeated Dobson, 90-81, in a Division I boys basketball matchup on Tuesday night.
The Basha boys basketball team defeated Mesa 57-52 to advance to the Arizona Summer State High School Basketball Championships at Wells Fargo Arena on Thursday night.
Gilbert Highland and Mesa Mountain View will get plenty of use out of their gyms next week.
Theresa Wirth is just a sophomore, and arguably the best girls basketball player in the 4A-II East Sky Region. But it's hard to gain an identity when everyone knows your last name.
Arizona coach Lute Olson said Thursday his program’s loss of standout prep basketball player Brandon Jennings to a European professional league has convinced him to adopt a new recruiting strategy.
Prized University of Arizona basketball recruit Brandon Jennings did not receive a high enough score on his standardized test to enroll at UA, so will instead play professionally in Europe next season, a source told the Tribune.
New Orleans Hornets forward David West wasn’t a high school All-American. He began his college years unhappy about going to class, and he lacked communication skills with teammates and coaches.
Genetics was supposed to put them on a mythical fast track from high school, through college and to the NBA. Like father, like son.
Though the question seemed obvious, Herb Sendek took it in stride, and found his answer on the stat sheet. In playful fashion, he rattled off the numbers: 18.7 points per game, 44 percent from the 3-point line, 80 assists, and on and on.
James Harden was among the attendees in a near-sellout crowd watching Arizona State and Arizona tussle in Tempe last February.
Herb Sendek didn’t build his own house in Scottsdale when he moved to Arizona State 18 months ago, but he’s the architect of a program on the rise in Tempe.
The crown jewel of Arizona State’s basketball team was so fat as a high school freshman he couldn’t touch the backboard.
Head coach Herb Sendek has announced the Arizona State men’s basketball program has promoted former director of operations Scott Pera to assistant coach.
Two roads diverged as a pair of basketball prospects weighed their college choices. One chose the road having perhaps the better claim because it was grassy and wanted wear. The other took the road less traveled by.
“Nothing compares to this.” Those were a few of the words uttered by Mesa Red Mountain star Kayla Pedersen following her final game in a Mountain Lions uniform.
Jerryd Bayless stood at the end of the Phoenix St. Mary’s bench as the seconds ticked away in the 5A Division I state championship game.
Jeff Pendergraph didn’t understand it at first. Even as the losses piled up during a program-record 15-game losing streak, Arizona State fans continued to show up at Wells Fargo Arena.
Surrounded by her teammates, freshly cut net hanging around her shoulders. This is exactly how Kayla Pedersen envisioned her high school career coming to an end.
Serge Angounou and Allen Morill have spent the past five years in one of the country’s least successful basketball programs, and they have the scars to show for it.
For the first time, two Arizona players will take part in the McDonald’s All-American High School basketball games in the same year.
Mesa Red Mountain girls basketball coach Martin Appel knew his Mountain Lions weren’t going to see the same Gilbert Highland squad they throttled by 31 points back on the last day of November.
Eric Boateng emerged from the locker room wearing a shirt and tie minutes before Arizona State’s season opener against Northern Arizona. When asked by a passerby if he would be dressing for the game, the 6-foot-10 sophomore was confused.