TEMPE Give Arizona State credit.
With personnel this season suited to run the floor, the Sun Devils will.
It is somewhat of a change from the post-James Harden teams of recent seasons, when the Sun Devils strength was their perimeter shooting.
With junior college transfer Chris Colvin in place this season, and the hope that touted freshman Jahii Carson will be joining him soon, the Sun Devils appear to have the kind of edgy, aggressive lead guards who can create their own shots and also find their way into the paint to set up easy hoops for others.
Colvin showed that in ASUs 20-point victory over Grand Canyon in an exhibition last weekend. Freshman Carson dominated the Arizona high school scene with that skill set the last two years at Mesa High, although he is still awaiting eligibility clearance.
ASU will open the regular season against Montana State on Friday at Wells Fargo Arena. The game can be seen live on FOXSportsArizona.com. (Click here)
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