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The Buzzer Beater that Saved ASU’s Chance to Dance

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Arizona State has been in and out of the bubble conversation. With only two games remaining, ASU still has some work to do to make the bracket. With a good run through the Pac-12 tournament the Sun Devils should make the tournament by the hair on their chiny chin chin.

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The buzzer beater that is still fresh on the minds of fans in Tempe, Arizona; and will probably live forever, saved their chance to dance.

Desmond Cambridge Jr. helped ASU take down in state rival and the team ranked 7th in the nation, University of Arizona with a heave from beyond half court. To make the win sweeter for ASU, it was Arizona’s senior day!

ASU Still has Business to Handle

With two more games in the regular season, being against UCLA and USC, ASU needs to win at least one. They will also need to win, my guess is two games in the Pac-12 tournament to be mention back into the bubble talk.

As of 02/24/2023 Arizona State is not even on the list of first four teams out and last four teams out. Which means they are an after thought at this moment.

Tuesday, 02/28/2023 once the bracketology is updated from the weekend games, we will know more about where ASU stands.

One Thing For Sure

The buzzer beater from Saturday which solidified the win on the road against Arizona has as of now saved their chance to dance.

As well as reviving hope into the Sun Devil faithful.

ASU has a ton of talent on this team and has just struggled being consistent. The buzzer beater can and might propel this team to a new height.

This is not a team anybody in the bracket wants to face.

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Rowan Donaghey is a Sports and Betting insider, and breaking news reporter for Burn City Sports. You can follow him on twitter via @RowanDonaghey

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