With just over two months until the ASU basketball season begins, the Pac-12 Conference released its full 2015-2016 schedule complete with television assignments. In total, the Sun Devils will appear on the ESPN family of networks eight times. ASU will not travel to the Oregon schools with Utah and Colorado not making the trip to Tempe.
The first three games of the season, all of them at home, will be televised on Pac-12 Networks. Those games are Nov. 13 against Sacramento state (season opener), Nov. 16 against Belmont and Nov. 18 agains Kennesaw State, respectively. The latter two games comprise the opening round of the Legends Classic, which ASU will play at home before traveling to New York to play at the Barclays Center.
ASU's two games in the Legends Classic, against NC State on Nov. 23 and a team TBD on Nov. 24 will both be on the ESPN family of networks. The contest against NC State will take place on ESPN3 and the Nov. 24 game's television assignment is still TBD.
ASU's home non-conference games against UC Santa Barbara (Nov. 29), Houston Baptist (Dec. 19), Stephen F. Austin (Dec. 22) and Cal State Bakersfield (Dec. 28) will all be televised on Pac-12 Networks.
The Sun Devils will play two non-conference games on CBS Sports Network; Dec. 2 @ Creighton and Dec. 16 @ UNLV. Games against Texas A&M (Dec. 5) and Kentucky (Dec. 12) are on ESPN2 and ESPN, respectively.
ASU will open its conference slate at home against Arizona on Jan. 3 in a contest that will be televised on Fox Sports 1. ASU's home game against Oregon on Jan. 31, road game against Washington on Feb. 3 and their home game against UCLA on Feb. 14 will all be broadcasted on ESPNU.
On top of the conference opener against Arizona, ASU's Jan. 21 game on the road against Cal and their March 3 home game against Stanford will be on Fox Sports 1.
ASU's Feb. 17 game in Tucson and their March 5 regular season finale against Cal will be televised on ESPN2. All other conference games will be televised on Pac-12 Networks.
The full release from ASU can be found here.