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San Diego State Aztecs Basketball Ticket Info
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Aztecs, Davis to Fill Void Left by Franklin
For the past five seasons, San Diego State’s leader in points per game has also led the team in the rebounds category. For 2012-13, the Aztecs’ 23-win campaign was fueled by Jamaal Franklin, a do-it-all forward who excelled on both ends of the floor, leading the team in points (17.0), rebounds (9.5), assists (3.3), and steals (1.6) per game on his way to being named the Mountain West Conference Player of the Year. With the two-time MWC First-Team selection having moved on to the professional ranks, head coach Steve Fisher will now need to identify the next player that can fit the versatile mold of past leaders.
Enter Josh Davis, a transfer from Tulane who will be eligible to play immediately this season. The 6-foot-8, 215-pound forward could very well be the next all-around star for the Aztecs, as his numbers for the Green Wave last season included 17.6 points and 10.7 rebounds per game, both of which led the team. Davis will have to mesh with his new team quickly, as SDSU will be challenged early and often in its non-conference slate, with the schedule including games against Arizona, Washington, and Kansas.