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February 2, 2013 at 10:55 PM

Video: Arizona State’s Herb Sendek

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Here’s video (above) of Arizona State coach Herb Sendek following Washington’s 96-92 win.

(On giving up a lot of points) “We got crushed inside. Obviously we gave up 50 points in the paint in a variety of ways: low post, transition, offensive rebounds, cutters off of back screens to name a few of the ways they tallied 50 points in the paint. Certainly the rebounding was very problematic for us. We really got destroyed on the back boards. And we got beat in 50-50 balls. So despite doing a number of good things on offense, it was negated by those kinds of things on defense.”

(Is it a positioning issue?) “Bottom line is we gave up too many points in the paint. And rebounding was a big part of it.”

(On cutting down the lead in the final minutes) “Jahii (Carson) was sensational. John Gilling made a number of big threes for us. Guys fought back hard and had a chance to win at the end. But again, offensive rebound, putback, and one was the final dagger.”

(On Carrick Felix’s foul trouble) “Well, we’re a lot better when he’s on the court. And tonight we had to play through big stretches of time without him. He picked up his third foul in the first half and Jahii got in some foul trouble as well. So both of those guys spend some extra time on the bench tonight as a result.”

(On the last possession after the five second call, was the plan for Jahii to get to the rim or kick out?) “It depends on what the defense gives you and what it does.”

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