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Jamiya Neal’s Near Double-Double Gives ASU 36-28 Halftime Lead Over San Francisco

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Jamiya Neal had 10 points and six rebounds in the first half versus San Francisco. Combined with Frankie Collins’s 10 points, that gives ASU a 36-28 lead going into halftime.

Arizona State started incredibly fast in this half. They scored 12 of the first 13 points in the first four minutes. This gave them a 12-1 lead early, and they never let up.

When San Francisco dropped the lead to six at the 10-minute mark, Arizona State responded with back-to-back dunks and a free throw to grow the lead back to 11. From there, it was back and forth, with only San Francisco scoring back-to-back buckets once the rest of the way.

Ndewedo Newbury hit a huge three to drop the lead to seven with 3:30 to go, but Frankie Collins immediately drained a three of his own. Two dunks by Jonathan Mogbo were immediately followed up by Jose Perez and Collins layups, before Mike Sharavjamts made two free throws to drop the lead to eight going into halftime.

Collins and Neal each had ten points, while Perez had eight. Collins also had two steals and a block to add to his great first half. Mogbo led with 10 points for the Dons, while Marcus Williams had nine. Mogbo added nine rebounds to put him one away from a first-half double-double.

Arizona State shot 47% from the field and 50% from three, which we hadn’t seen from the Sun Devils much earlier in the year. This is showing them trending in the right direction. Can they keep it up in the second half.

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