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Glasser responds following benching

Glasser responds following benching

Senior Derek Glasser probably never thought he would notch 10 assists, including his 500th one as a Sun Devil, on a day where he would not be part of the starting lineup. Suffice to say that the ASU point guard took his benching in stride, as he helped his team shake off a two-game losing streak and beat Stanford 88-70.

"We played with a lot of energy that we haven't played with in the previous two games and that was good to see," said Glasser. "Guys played with a lot more effort. For us it's always how hard we play. If we come out and play slow and lackadaisical, teams are going to cut us up and get all the shots we want. But if we bring the energy and effort that we bring tonight, it's tough for teams to score... Recommended Stories

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