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  • Celebrating Valentine’s Day, Arizona Sports style, with a Suns poem

    Jarrett Carlen of Bickley & Marotta reads his Valentine's Day Suns poetry as we search for love during dire times for Arizona sports teams.
  • The Kliff Kingsbury-loves-Kyler Murray narrative grows

    NFL Draft prospect Kyler Murray hired the same agent as Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Get on your jump-to-conclusions mat.
  • Former ASU quarterback Mike Bercovici takes a big hit in AAF debut

    It was his birthday, perhaps not quite as happy as former Arizona State quarterback Mike Bercovici would have liked.
  • Larry Fitzgerald sinks difficult chip-shot, lands on SC Top 10

    The NFL is just one week removed from Super Bowl LIII but Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald is still finding his way on to Sportscenter's Top 10 plays.
  • Phil Mickelson not immune to the WMPO boo birds at No. 16

    Lefty is revered in the Valley as one of the greats in the Arizona sports scene, but that doesn't mean he isn't susceptible to the rowdiness that is No. 16.
  • Bobby Hurley takes basketball to face, gets up immediately to argue

    Arizona State Sun Devils head coach Bobby Hurley enjoys having conversations with referees. Most of those conversations involve Hurley raising his voice, to say the least.
  • Coyotes D Demers, Bissonnette in ASU’s Curtain of Distraction

    A special Valley sports cameo was made in Arizona State's Curtain of Distraction for the big rivalry game against the University of Arizona.
  • Has anyone seen D-backs reliever Archie Bradley’s golf bag?

    Bradley posted on his Instagram story on Wednesday he couldn't find his golf bag, which had his wallet among other valuables.
  • Coyotes’ Tocchet tells story of hitting Oliver Ekman-Larsson in practice

    The playing careers of Rick Tocchet and Oliver Ekman-Larsson didn't overlap, but the latter got a taste of what it was like to take a hit from Tocchet.
  • Former UA star Stoudamire won’t say how he got that BMW in college

    Damon Stoudamire and Greg Anthony aren't shy about admitting those whips they cruised in during college weren't exactly paid for in a legal NCAA way.