TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -Arizona State went 8-22 and lost a school-record 15 straight games in point guard Derek Glasser's freshman year.
Then gifted guard James Harden arrived and led the Sun Devils out of the college hoops desert. Last March, Arizona State won an NCAA tournament game for only the second time since 1995.
Now Harden is gone, off to Oklahoma City and the NBA after two seasons in college. Senior forward Jeff Pendergraph also graduated and moved on to the pros.
In the past, the Sun Devils may have been crippled by such losses. But Glasser said he thinks Arizona State has been transformed in Herb Sendek's four seasons. Now the question is who will fill the void left by Harden and Pendergraph?
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