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2018 Schedule
19-7, 7th in Pac-12
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Arizona cheerleader ejected for heckling ASU

An Arizona cheerleader yelled into his megaphone while Arizona State's Remy Martin was shooting free throws, leading Pac-12 official Randy McCall to eject the cheerleader midway through the second half of Thursday's game.

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Arizona completes season sweep of Arizona State (1:23)
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Arizona State enlists Pikachus, MMA champ and shakeweights to distract free throws (0:29)
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Ristic drains back-to-back triples for Arizona (0:39)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona State is above .500 in the PAC-12 for the first time this season after beating UCLA in overtime. Key week for the Sun Devils, with wins over USC and UCLA. Arizona comes to town on Thursday.

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ASU's Holder: 'Told coach I had his back' (3:16)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Huge win for Arizona State to get back to .500 in the PAC-12. First time the Sun Devils won back-to-back games since before Christmas.

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ASU's Holder hits game winner with 1.4 seconds left (0:23)
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ASU able to hold off Washington State (1:13)
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Washington takes down Arizona State (1:08)

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Despite shooting just 39 percent from the field, the Washington Huskies rode their 2-3 zone defense to a 68-64 home upset of No. 25 Arizona State. The Sun Devils shot just 5-of-19 from 3-point range in their lowest-scoring outing of the season, dropping to 4-6 in Pac-12 play as the Huskies improved to 6-3.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 25 Arizona State, which entered the game ranked seventh in offensive efficiency per KenPom.com, managed just .75 points per possession in the first half against Washington's 2-3 zone. Huskies opponents have made just 27 percent of their 3-point attempts in Pac-12 games, and the Sun Devils went 1-of-10. Washington leads 37-27 at the break.

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Players separated after tempers flare (1:45)

Joe Lunardi Senior Writer, ESPN.com 

Thursday headlines: Villanova would not lose a No. 1 seed if it falls tonight, but would give up No. 1 overall to Virginia. Last night, on the bubble, Virginia Tech replaced Syracuse. Tonight, SMU is out with a loss (at Tulsa) and Washington would slide in with a win (over Arizona State).

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Arizona State cruises past Colorado (0:43)

Team Stats

Points Per Game84.415th
Rebounds Per Game36.3123rd
Assists Per Game14.5123rd
Points Allowed74.9242nd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record13-15
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances14