The Aztecs’ men’s basketball team held its first official practice of the season on Monday, and the players know that, after last year’s disappointing run
Malik Pope, who starred for the San Diego State Aztecs in the NIT Tournament, has decided to withdraw his name from the 2016 NBA Draft and will return to Steve Fisher’s team for his junior year in 2016-2017.
Coach Steve Fisher will return to the sidelines to coach at least one more season of SDSU basketball, his 18th (he joined the San Diego State Aztecs before the 1999-2000 season).
Aztecs sophomore forward Malik Pope has declared for the 2016 NBA draft but will not be hiring an agent, leaving himself an option to return to San Diego State for his
Jordan Carruth and Andrew Burer break down the season that was for the Aztecs and what to look for heading into next season.
Madison Square Garden. New York City. Once again, the Big Apple was too big for San Diego State. You’ve seen this before. An Aztecs team that was on the bubble for the
Aztecs head coach Steve Fisher and players’ Jeremy Hemsley, Trey Kell, & Dakarai Allen on the excitement of playing in New York City and why this team is
Jordan Carruth & Andrew Burer break down the Aztecs matchup vs. George Washington & discuss why this team is playing its best basketball offensively on the season.
The Aztecs are excited and confident for the opportunity to play in the NIT semifinals in New York City.
The road to New York City is over. The road to the NIT Championship has just begun. San Diego State’s 72-56 victory over Georgia Tech in the quarterfinals of the NIT