The venues, schedule and opponents' level of play have changed, but Jeff Pendergraph's skills from his college days at Arizona State are still translating well to the NBA's Portland Trailblazers. The former Sun Devil forward came back to the valley for the first time as a professional player, and put on display the skills that made him so successful in his maroon and gold tenure.
February 11, 2010
His name is featured in the upper echelon of several ASU statistical categories, and in the last 20 years there are very few four-year players who were more successful in Tempe than senior Jeff Pendergraph. This is why it's hard to fathom that the forward was close to leaving ASU twice in his career. Thankfully for the maroon and gold he stayed put.
March 3, 2009
Men's Hoops Editor Ray Salloom provides the Bootleg faithful the stats, facts, and insights after Stanford's big and disappointing 90-60 loss versus Arizona State at Maples Pavilion. See what went wrong for the Cardinal as they were handed their worst loss in the series by the Sun Devils and what needs to happen on Sunday if Stanford wants to avoid going 0-2 in Pac-10 Conference play.
January 2, 2009
There's no denying that the Men's Basketball 2007-08 season exceeded expectations. However, a snub by the NCAA tournament committee left the maroon and gold with a sour taste in their mouths and unaccomplished goals. This is just one reason why junior forward Jeff Pendergraph will be back for his senior season and not declare his eligibility for the 2008 NBA draft.
April 22, 2008
A whole flock of freshmen, most of which you are already aware of, will eventually make huge dents on any list of the best players in college basketball for the coming season. In the meanwhile, here are some of the very best veterans of college hoops.
October 4, 2007