ASU edges Stanford in OT to stay alive in Pac-12 tourney

LAS VEGAS -- Obinna Oleka had 27 points and 13 rebounds, and Arizona State dominated in overtime to beat Stanford 98-88 Wednesday in the opening game of the Pac-12 Tournament. Arizona State (15-17) shot 56 percent and made 10 of 22 from 3-point range, yet couldn't shake the Cardinal (14-17) in regulation. Stanford's Michael Humphrey hit a jumper with 3.3 seconds left to send the game into overtime tied at 81-all. Once overtime started, the Sun Devils pulled away to win in the Pac-12 Tournament for the third time in 16 seasons. Arizona State moves on to play No. 5 Oregon in the quarterfinals on Thursday. Reid Travis led Stanford with 23 points and Humphrey finished with 18. Tra Holder had 21 points and Torian Graham 17 for the Sun Devils. Oleka's double-double was his 16th this season, most in school history since the Sun Devils joined the Pac-10 in 1978. Arizona State won two regular-season meetings behind a barrage of 3-pointers. The Sun Devils made 25 in the two victories and Graham led the way, making 11 o
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