History of ASU Men's Sun Devils Basketball
The Sun Devils are the basketball team for Arizona State University, also known as Tempe Normal. The University is located in Tempe, AZ. Their home court is in Wells Fargo Arena, which is sometimes referred to as McKale North. The program is part of the Pac-12 conference, which ASU joined in 1978. Formerly, they played in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), as well as the Border Conference (BIAA).
Record vs. Arizona Wildcats
Years in Pac-12
Pac-12 Conference Championships
Pac-12 Tournament Championships
Final Four Appearances
Notable ASU Players
James Harden played for ASU from 2007-2009. During his tenure, he led ASU to zero conference championships. He would later go onto the NBA and become one of the most prolific offensive players in history, yet to date he has earned zero NBA championships.