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Success in recent NBA drafts laid foundation for Suns’ blockbuster Kevin Durant trade

PHOENIX – Since 2018, the Phoenix Suns have become one of the best teams in the NBA, and recently traded for Kevin Durant. their recent trades and drafting could lead to an NBA championship.

Kevin Durant, who the Suns acquired in a blockbuster trade last month, is expected to return to the lineup Wednesday for his home debut after missing 10 games due to a sprained ankle. (Photo by Chris Coduto/Getty Images)

‘I’m just heartbroken’: Last second bucket from TCU’s Coles ends ASU’s NCAA tournament run

DENVER – DJ Horne and Warren Washington led the way in points for Arizona State, but crucial turnovers down the stretch set TCU up for a last-second shot that allowed the Horned Frogs to advance in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.


Four real? ASU men’s basketball seeks to validate NCAA tournament berth vs. Nevada

PHOENIX – Nevada stands in the way of Arizona State’s NCAA tournament hopes in Wednesday’s First Four game, but coach Hurley believes his team is battle tested and prepared for the bright lights of the big dance.

DJ Horne and the Sun Devils will aim to advance to the First Round of the NCAA men's tournament, where TCU awaits as the West region's No. 6 seed. (Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images)

Let’s dance: Arizona well represented in NCAA tournament with ASU, UArizona and GCU receiving invitations

TUCSON – Although there were a few nervous moments for Arizona State, ASU, UArizona and GCU received invitations to the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, which meant three out of the state's four Division I schools will participate in March Madness.


Wildcats double down with effort in Vegas, advance to Pac-12 tournament title game

LAS VEGAS – The Arizona Wildcats hope what happens in Vegas doesn't stay there. Their impressive effort against Arizona State, especially late in the game, send the Wildcats into the championship game of the Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament against UCLA Saturday night.


With NCAA tournament implications on line, ASU men’s basketball makes strong case in USC win

LAS VEGAS – In Arizona State’s second-round game of the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Sun Devils defeated USC 77-72 to set up an in-state matchup against the Arizona Wildcats.

ASU guard Jamiya Neal, dribbling swiftly across the baseline against USC, came off the bench and finished the game with nine points, three rebounds and three assists. (Photo by Nikash Nath/Cronkite News)

With eyes on Selection Sunday, ASU men’s basketball team edges Oregon State in Pac-12 tournament

LAS VEGAS – In Arizona State’s opening game of the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Sun Devils defeated Oregon State 63-57 to set up a key game against USC.

Arizona State guard Desmond Cambridge Jr. arrived in a walking boot to the Pac-12 Men’s Basketball Tournament but still finished with 13 points and two steals. (Photo by Nikash Nath/Cronkite News)

McKale Mary: Cambridge’s buzzer beater stuns Arizona, keeps ASU’s postseason hopes alive

TUCSON – A dramatic buzzer beater by Desmond Cambridge Jr. in Tucson kept Arizona State’s postseason hopes alive. Arizona, meanwhile, hopes for a strong finish against Los Angeles schools.

Arizona State men’s basketball coach Bobby Hurley and his team celebrate a desperation shot by Desmond Cambridge Jr. that lifted the Suns Devils to a victory over Arizona and center Oumar Ballo at McKale Center in Tucson. (Photo by Christopher Hook/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

ASU men’s basketball salvage final homestand with Senior Night victory over Utah

TEMPE – Arizona State played its final homestand of the season, splitting the two-game series with the mountain schools, Colorado and Utah. With a victory on Senior Night against Utah, the Sun Devils kept their slim hopes of receiving an NCAA Tournament bid alive.

ASU forward Warren Washington scored 6 points on 3 of 5 shooting, but the Sun Devils offense shot 36.9% from the field in a deflating loss against Colorado. (Photo by Nikash Nath/Cronkite News)

New Suns acquisition Kevin Durant: ‘I know what a championship would mean to this city’

PHOENIX – The deal was done but fans had yet to hear Kevin Durant speak. That changed Thursday when the newest Phoenix Suns player met the media in front of a cheering crowd.

Durant acknowledges the crowd after he was introduced and said, “I know what a championship would mean to this city.” (Photo by Chris Coduto/Getty Images)

New Phoenix Suns Warren and Bazley have connections to Arizona

PHOENIX – A week after the NBA trade deadline, and the marquee name plastered all around the Valley is that of 13-time NBA All-Star Kevin Durant. The former Brooklyn Net brings championship aspirations back to Phoenix, but he also brings along a familiar face. Forward T.J. Warren, who was part of the trade from Brooklyn, played his first five NBA seasons in Phoenix.

Less than a month ago, T.J. Warren, right, and Cameron Johnson wore different jerseys. A trade means Warren is back in a Suns uniform and Johnson is sporting one from the Brooklyn Nets. (Photo by Chris Coduto/Getty Images)

Season of change: ASU alum Darren Woodson’s defining year in Tempe

PHOENIX — Held to ASU’s modified enforcement of Proposition 48, Darren Woodson couldn’t play or practice with the program as an academically ineligible walk-on during the 1987-88 season — before he became a three-year starter, before he won three Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys, and before he was named a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It was a transformational year, to say the least.

Darren Woodson (fifth row, second from left) starred on the Maryvale Panthers varsity football team before walking on at Arizona State University. (Photo by Robert Crompton/Cronkite News) Caption 3: Darren Woodson's Maryvale yearbook photo in 1985. (Photo by Robert Crompton/Cronkite News)