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Daily Devil Dish: James Harden gets paid, football hikes Mt. Kush

Plus, James Harden stars in his own video game trailer and the first look at the new ASU soccer uniforms.

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James Harden signs with Adidas - Earlier this month, it was reported that apparel giant Adidas offered James Harden a $200 million deal to leave Nike. After Nike declined to match the offer, Harden officially joined Team Adidas yesterday on a 13-year deal.

Todd Graham Q&A - Doug Haller of azcentral sports sits down with Todd Graham for a descriptive Q&A session. Haller and Graham cover the coaches growth during his time as ASU's football coach, his relationship with his players and more.

Harden

A NBA 2K16 trailer featuring James Harden was released yesterday. The trailer goes through Harden's basketball career beginning at a Southern California high school, going through his time at ASU and then into the NBA. Take a look below.

ASU Soccer

The ASU women's soccer team's Adidas uniforms were unveiled yesterday and let's just say they are pretty sharp. More uniforms (especially for the fall sports) will be unveiled in the coming weeks. Winter and spring sports will be unveiled later in the school year.

ASU softball

The ASU softball team announced their 2015 fall exhibition schedule a few days ago. The eight-game slate is highlighted by a contest against two-time defending National Fastpitch Champion, the USSSA Pride. Playing for the Pride will be guest-pitcher Dallas Escobedo and as well as former ASU catcher Amber Freeman.

Escobedo will be joining the ASU coaching staff for the 2016 season as a graduate assistant. Check out the full fall schedule here.

ASU Football

The Sun Devils made the annual trip up Mt. Kush yesterday, culminating in the entire team signing an ASU flag. A reminder that the team will scrimmage tomorrow around 10 a.m. in Payson.