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Change Does Diogu Good

Change Does Diogu Good

The Indiana Pacers have liked Ike Digou for a long time and were planning to draft him in 2005. The ex-ASU star was snagged by the Golden State Warriors at number nine, but thanks to a trade he ultimately landed in Indianapolis two months ago. DevilsDigest sat down with Diogu the night of the Pacers' game against the Phoenix Suns to get his thoughts on his new home, as well as the Sun Devils team.

Ike Diogu, who declared himself eligible to the NBA draft the same season he won the Pac-10 Player of the Year award, has played in 17 games for the Pacers thus far. He's averaging a modest 9.1 minutes a game, as well as 4.8 points and 2.4 rebounds a contest. Yet, he couldn't be happier with his new team. "Things are going really well," he said. "The team as been real accepting and they have big...

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