Devil’s Country – ASU Sports Report

February 28, 2008

Maybe We Can Get The Two Wins Out Of The Way Now

Everyone knows the Devils need two more wins to control their own destiny for the NCAA Tournament.  How about a sweep of the LA schools this week at home?(UCLA tonight and USC on Saturday)  Then we can just go off and celebrate the next few weeks rather than bite down our fingernails in anticipation.  Well, I like the sound of it.

 The Sun Devils would have to play a nearly flawless game for the unthinkable to happen, but I still like our chances tonight against UCLA.  This is a great test to see if we are anywhere near the talent level of the top tiered teams in the country.   Harden and Pendergraph are going to have to be on tonight, along with Kuksiks and Abbott, who must have the deep shots falling for the Devils to be in this one.  If we are in it late, who knows, we just might have a chance. 

I just really hope Kevin Love gets shut down, at least a little.  They should send the Boat in to pick up his five fouls all on Love.  That ought to slow him down.   

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  1. I like your idea of bringing in the Boat to hack Love. But I would want to see some hard fouls out there. The type of fouls that throw someones rythem off. I also think that Harden needs to go right at Love and see if he can draw some easy fouls. This game comes down to Abbot and Kuk hitting their shots and being factors.

    Comment by Robert — February 28, 2008 @ 12:38 pm


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