NCAAB Game Recap - Arizona State at Stanford
Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:00 PM EST

Colora
60
Oreg
68
F
Iowa
77
Ind
89
F
Bry
65
SacHr
74
F
Longw
71
UNCA
73
F
Mem
86
Cin
92
F(OT)
WichSt
75
UCF
58
F
Jacksn
66
NFla
81
F
RobM
77
MtStM
60
F
ULMo
74
Troy
71
F
JacSt
74
TNTec
75
F
FlGlf
70
KennSt
58
F
Winth
70
GWebb
74
F
Drex
72
W&M
77
F
N AL
64
Stetsn
75
F
(N/A)
60
StFNY
50
F
Presb
71
Radf
81
F
Clev
74
Oakl
79
F
UNCW
63
NE
71
F
Charl
63
Hof
76
F
App
65
GASt
76
F
CoCar
69
GaSo
79
F
Wagn
73
FaDi
106
F
Del
81
Elon
75
F
YSU
76
Detr
72
F
LongI
90
CenCT
74
F
Hamp
49
Campbl
75
F
E KY
78
MorSt
71
F
NJIT
63
Lipsco
77
F
FlInt
57
LaTec
60
F
HiPt
63
ChaSo
66
F
N CO
84
NoAZ
54
F
UtVal
72
TexPA
80
F
ArkSt
67
TexAr
77
F
ArkLR
66
TxSt
74
F
ULLa
75
SthAL
78
F
FlAtl
66
SoMis
68
F
OlDom
73
Rice
70
F
Charl
72
N TX
81
F
TNSt
51
Belm
74
F
Wash
56
USC
62
F
USF
70
SCla
61
F
Utah
51
OrSt
70
F
W Ky
67
UTEP
62
F
Seatt
64
NMSt
72
F
IdaSt
69
MTSt
73
F
Web
37
Mont
72
F
UMKC
66
GrCan
71
F(OT)
Marsh
63
TexSA
72
F
Murr
68
APSU
71
F
SIU-E
76
E IL
74
F
TN-M
72
SEMO
74
F
UCSB
75
UCDav
84
F
ChiSt
54
CSBak
64
F
(N/A)
45
CBap
107
F
Portl
55
Pacif
75
F
CAPoly
73
CSNor
81
F
S UT
55
Sac
70
F
Ariz
68
Cal
52
F
Ida
74
E WA
71
F
WaSt
83
UCLA
86
F(OT)
AzSt
74
Stan
69
F
USD
69
Pepp
72
F
BYU
77
LoyMa
54
F

Feb 13, 2020, 11:00 PM EST

Final

1

2

T

Arizona State (16-8)

36

38

74

Stanford (16-8)

29

40

69

Martin scores 24, Arizona State holds off Stanford 74-69
Fri Feb 14, 2020 2:09 AM

STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Remy Martin knows all about finishing a game. The junior guard did what his team needed down the stretch.

Martin scored 24 points, including a key layup in the final 32 seconds, helping Arizona State hold on for a 74-69 victory over Stanford on Thursday night.

Alonzo Verge, Jr. added 19 points for the Sun Devils (16-8, 7-4 Pac-12), who won their fourth straight and sixth of seven overall. Kimani Lawrence had 11 points.

"We're getting better contributions from multiple positions," Sun Devils coach Bobby Hurley said. "We're just getting more guys playing well. When you have a guy like Verge, who got it going, it was pretty special. Remy closed the game out well for us."

Tyrell Terry matched his career-high with 24 points for the Cardinal (16-8, 5-6), who lost their sixth in seven games after opening conference play with a 4-0 mark.

Jaiden Delaire added 11 points for Stanford, which had beat the Sun Devils seven of their previous eight trips to Maples Pavilion.

"Any time you're at home it's a heck of an opportunity," Stanford coach Jerod Haase said. "We're going through a tough time right now. I need to do a better job of creating energy."

Stanford was without leading scorer and rebounder Oscar da Silva, who was unavailable because of a head injury sustained against Colorado.

"It was tough to see that," Hurley said. "As a former player, knowing how physical this game is and knowing what you put your body through, what happened was very difficult to watch. I was happy that he's OK, and I'm sure he'll be back. Certainly, he adds a strong component to their offense, the way he can score it for them, both inside and outside. He's a very versatile guy. They're a different team when he's in the game."

The Cardinal shaved nine points off a 13-point deficit to draw within 50-46 with 13:33 remaining to play but Arizona State came back to open an 11-point advantage with just over five minutes left.

Terry instigated a run that brought Stanford within 68-65 going into the final minute but two costly turnovers stalled the comeback bid.

Arizona State shot 60% (15 of 25) from the field in the first half and led by as many as 14 points before Stanford (50%, 11 of 22) cut the lead in half.

Terry stole the ball with 13 seconds left in the half and hit a layup to bring the Cardinal within 36-29 entering the intermission.

BIG PICTURE

Arizona State: Martin, who became the sixth player to score at least 20 points against Stanford, jumped two spots to 24th on the Sun Devils all-time scoring list. . Verge Jr. continues his recent scoring spree. The junior guard is averaging about 17 points over his past six games. He averaged 6.2 in his previous five games. "Verge is playing with an air of confidence, he wants the ball, he's letting me know, `Hey, I'm feeling it.' I never want to take him out of the game. Once the game or the half starts, I'm looking to get him in the game," Hurley said.

Stanford: da SIlva ranks 10th in scoring in the Pac-12 and his 60.2% shooting is among the top 25 in the nation. . Terry scored 20 or more points for the eight time and has reached double figures in scoring in all but one of his 23 games.

UP NEXT

Arizona State: Plays at California on Sunday.

Stanford: Hosts Arizona on Saturday.

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Leaders

Arizona State PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
M. Mitchell 0 0 0 3 2 0
R. Martin 24 0 2 2 0 0
Stanford PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
L. Kisunas 0 0 0 1 0 0
T. Terry 24 0 3 3 3 0

Team Comparison

AzSt Stan
Points For 74 69
Field Goals 29/53-55% 26/50-52%
Three Pointers 5/16-31% 6/21-29%
Free Throws 11/16-69% 11/16-69%
Offensive Rebounds 9 4
Defensive Rebounds 21 17
Rebounds 31 23
Blocks 0 4
Steals 5 9
Turnovers 20 20
Personal Fouls 19 15
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

2019-2020 Regular Season - AzSt Leads Series 1-0

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Thu Feb 13 AzSt 74 @ Stan 69 E. Valtonen 2 I. White 3

Game Information

Stadium: Maples Pavilion, Stanford, California
Attendance: 3,312
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