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Trey Pulliam (4) goes up against two Boise State players on February 25

SDSU basketball adds powerhouse Michigan to 2021 schedule

by Austin Tarke, Contributor // September 6, 2021

San Diego State basketball added a big contender to its schedule with the addition of an East Coast trip to Ann Arbor against the potentially top-ranked...

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Senior guard Devin Watson looks to initiate offense during the Aztecs 76-60 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Nov. 6 at Viejas Arena.

Watson’s big night propels SDSU to 76-60 victory in home opener against Arkansas-Pine Bluff

by Aaron Tolentino, Assistant Sports Editor // November 6, 2018

San Diego State senior guard Devin Watson was really feeling it from three. Like Stephen Curry feeling it. “I had a little Steph Curry moment....

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Redshirt sophomore forward Zylan Cheatham attacks the basket against University of San Diego.

SDSU men’s basketball falls to Loyola University, 65-59

by Anthony Reclusado, Sports Editor // December 3, 2016

Prior to this season, promises were made of an offensive resurgence and efforts to fulfill those promises have been made. However, consistency continues...

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SDSU mens basketball claims 67-55 win over Nevada in MW Tournament semifinals

SDSU men’s basketball claims 67-55 win over Nevada in MW Tournament semifinals

by Anthony Reclusado, Assistant Sports Editor // March 11, 2016

LAS VEGAS — Defense was on full display in the Thomas and Mack Center Friday night as the San Diego State men's basketball team beat University of Nevada...

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SDSU mens basketball clash with Aggies in Mountain West Tournament quarterfinals

SDSU men’s basketball clash with Aggies in Mountain West Tournament quarterfinals

by Anthony Reclusado, Assistant Sports Editor // March 10, 2016

Three wins in three days. That is the model the San Diego State men’s basketball team (23-8, 16-2 Mountain West) will need to accomplish if it wants...

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The Aztecs are not sleeping on the Spartans

The Aztecs are not sleeping on the Spartans

by Anthony Reclusado, Assistant Sports Editor // February 20, 2016

As March looms on the horizon and the final weeks of the regular season succumb to the madness, the San Diego State men’s basketball team braces for...

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West Virginia dismantles SDSU 72-50 with press defense

West Virginia dismantles SDSU 72-50 with press defense

by Patrick Carr, Sports Editor // November 27, 2015

As the games go on and head coach Steve Fisher learns more about his team, it's his team's inconsistency that causes so much confusion. For other teams...

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Next up for SDSU mens basketball: East Carolinas matchup nightmare

Next up for SDSU men’s basketball: East Carolina’s matchup nightmare

by Patrick Carr, Sports Editor // November 23, 2015

This is what a new team looks like. Or put it this way: This is what the basement of a new team looks like. Gone are the transfer students like Aqeel...

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Womens basketball team looks to remedy offensive, defensive woes against Washington

Women’s basketball team looks to remedy offensive, defensive woes against Washington

by Jacob Sisneros, Senior Staff Writer // November 23, 2015

A 0-3 San Diego State women’s basketball team that has had trouble finding its offensive rhythm so far travels to the University of Washington to face...

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T.J. Leaf just the latest instance of recruiting battle between SDSU and Oregon

T.J. Leaf just the latest instance of recruiting battle between SDSU and Oregon

by Patrick Carr, Sports Editor // November 13, 2015

On Nov. 2, San Diego State men's basketball reminded San Diegans that they didn’t have to pay attention to the flaming pile of debris that masquerades...

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One-and-done killing college hoops traditions

One-and-done killing college hoops traditions

by Kris Keehl, Senior Staff Columnist // November 4, 2015

College basketball has mutated into a self-sustaining, 24-hour news cycle. A new recruit, player decommit, high-profile transfer and the occasional...

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One-and-done good for college basketball players

One-and-done good for college basketball players

by Cameron Salce, Staff Columnist // November 4, 2015

Eight of the last 11 No. 1 overall picks in the NBA draft have been college freshmen since the NBA implemented the one-and-done rule in 2005. This rule...

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