Sun Devils have won 14 straight at home for first time since 20-straight in 1974-75.
The Sun Devils battled until the final buzzer to close the gap, but were overcome by the Golden Eagles, 78-71.
Sun Devils will be on FOX SPORTS 1 Tuesday, the first of six appearances on the network.
The Sun Devils are 26-11 (.703) in the past eight years when Herb Sendek's staff has at least five full days in between games.
Career games from Eric Jacobsen and Shaquielle McKissic help ASU take control and pull away in the second half, as the Sun Devils went on to beat the Waves, 81-74, from Wells Fargo Arena.
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@SunDevilHoops Starts Native-American Day Doubleheader Saturday At Noon vs. Pepperdine.
The Arizona State men's basketball team fell to Texas A&M, 72-71, Saturday afternoon at Reed Arena. Freshman Tra Holder led the Sun Devils with a career-high 14 points and five assists. Off the bench, seniors Jonathan Gilling and Bo Barnes each posted 12 points.
@SunDevilHoops (5-2/21-12 in 2013-14) heads to College Station for a Saturday, Dec. 6 tilt at Texas A&M at 1 p.m. CT/Noon MT on the SEC Network.
POSTGAME NOTES: ASU 77, UNLV 55
Overcoming a 15-point deficit, the Arizona State men's basketball team battled back triumphantly to coast past the UNLV Runnin' Rebels, 77-55, Wednesday night at Wells Fargo Arena. The win marks ASU head coach Herb Sendek's 400th career win.
Ron Riley led ASU in scoring in its 1995 Sweet Sixteen run and now lives in the area.