Reading Time: 3 minutesJosh Christopher – SG, Arizona State Height/Weight: 6-foot-4, 205 LBS High School: Mayfair Five star recruit Josh Christopher is a versatile player who should fit well into the offensive scheme at Arizona State. Currently ranked #11 on ESPN’s recruiting database, Christopher is a scoring wing with a reliable long range jumper, and the potential to improve that part of his game. He is best when driving through the lane. Arizona State is currently ranked #2 in the Pac-12 Preseason Poll so with Christopher at the wing and leading scorer Remy Martin back at guard for another...Read More
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Reading Time: 2 minutesArizona State isn’t particularly known for basketball prowess. In fact, they aren’t exactly known for any sort of success in the sport. The Sun Devils haven’t EVER had 4 really successful seasons strung together. For such a large public university, this seems embarrassing. But not for much longer, or so it seems. Following the hiring of former legendary Duke PG Bobby Hurley, ASU basketball has looked a lot different. After 2 abysmal seasons where he was still getting adjusted, Hurley has led the Sun Devils to 3 straight 20 win seasons, a feat not common in...Read More
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