THE TERM MUST-WIN is overused but there comes a point where it fits precisely, such as Wednesday for…
HOOPS: Beavs end regular season on down note
Arizona State opened the game with a 10-2 run and held a 41-28 lead by halftime. The Beavers turned the ball over 20 times, 11 more than the Sun Devils.
Still, Roberto Nelson kept filling up the hoop, and then he filled it up some more, finishing with a monster career high of 34 points.
Omari Johnson had 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Beavers, while Angus Brandt added 11 points and nine boards.
But every time Oregon State tried to make a run, the Sun Devils went deep. ASU drilled eight three-pointers in the second half, ensuring that Oregon State would stay stuck on five Pac-10 victories.
Oregon State plays next on Wednesday in the first round of the Pac-10 Tournament.
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