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San Diego stays hot at home, burns Arizona State

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PJ Hayes and Deuce Turner both set career highs with 23 points apiece as San Diego beat visiting Arizona State 89-84 on Saturday night.

The Toreros (7-4) shot 62.9 percent in the second half, outscoring Arizona State 61-48 in the period.

San Diego is now 6-0 at home this season.

Arizona State (6-3) had its four-game winning streak come to an end.

Hayes and Turner each made five 3-pointers.

Both teams went 12-for-29 from beyond the arc.

Jamiya Neal, who led the Sun Devils with 20 points, made his fifth 3-pointer of the game with 1:49 left to cut the Toreros' lead to 83-81.

After a missed field-goal attempt by Turner, ASU's Jose Perez was fouled and made two free throws to tie the game at 83 with 1:18 remaining.

Hayes was then fouled and made a pair of free throws with 58 seconds remaining.

Frankie Collins made 1 of 2 free throws with 39 seconds to go to cut the San Diego lead to 85-84.

Hayes then converted 1 of 2 free-throw attempts.

The Toreros recorded a team rebound following Hayes' miss on the second attempt after the ball went out of bounds on Arizona State.

A layup by Kevin Patton Jr. with 24 seconds left increased the lead to 88-84 and virtually sealed the victory.

After a missed 3-pointer by Collins, Wayne McKinney III capped the scoring by making 1 of 2 free throws with 16 seconds left.

San Diego outscored Arizona State 13-4 to cut the Sun Devils' lead to 55-54 with 10:41 remaining in the game.

A 3-pointer by Collins later increased the lead to 61-54 before McKinney made a layup.

San Diego rallied to cut the lead to 66-65 with 7:11 remaining thanks to a 7-2 stretch in which Hayes made a 3-pointer and a layup.

After Arizona State built its lead to 71-65, San Diego responded with 13 unanswered points.

A layup and 3-pointer by Turner and two free throws by Hayes capped the run, giving the Toreros a 78-71 lead with 3:44 remaining.

The Sun Devils took a 36-28 advantage into the break after leading by as many as 12 in the first half.

--Field Level Media

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