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  • First Manziel, now Tate: UA’s Sumlin excited about another dual-threat QB

    First-year Arizona coach Kevin Sumlin inherited another dual threat quarterback in Khalil Tate.
  • Health after the NFL: The highs and lows of a lineman’s weight journey

    Maintaining optimal NFL weight of 300-plus pounds – especially for players in the trenches – often requires unhealthy practices.
  • Diamondbacks weathered impactful injuries to stay in postseason hunt

    The Diamondbacks were able to weather injuries to All-Star talents in the first half and remain in the postseason hunt in the National League.
  • Cactus League economic impact makes double-figure jump

    Four months after the 2018 Cactus League season ended, an ASU study found that the event provided Arizona with an economic impact of more than $644 million.
  • Basketball standout Schimmel helps open Piestewa Games

    Jude Schimmel has started in a Final Four game, interviewed President Barack Obama, written a book, Dreamcatcher, and starred in Nike commercials narrated by LeBron James. Now, as a 24-year-old Native American woman, she is using her platform to encourage Native Americans to go out and live healthier lifestyles.
  • Absolute power: Strikeout trend continues as homers become priority

    Major League Baseball is on pace to see its single-season strikeout record broken for the 11th consecutive year. Will changes to the sport follow?
  • High Arizona temperatures give Phoenix Rising edge at home

    When it comes to playing in the heat, few teams in the United Soccer League experience what Phoenix Rising FC does on a regular basis.
  • Alkins, Trier working toward NBA career after going undrafted

    Former Arizona basketball standouts Allonzo Trier and Rawle Alkins both went undrafted but are trying to carve out a spot on an NBA roster.
  • Suns second-round pick George King plotting rare lengthy NBA career

    George King is trying to become one of the few late second-round picks to carve out a lengthy NBA career. The Colorado product has the tools to break in the league.
  • Coyotes’ Ekman-Larsson embraces ‘face of the franchise’ role

    Oliver Ekman-Larsson signed an eight-year, $66 million extension, a long-term deal solidifying himself as the staple of Arizona Coyotes franchise.
  • Cashing out: Legalized sports gambling raises addiction concerns

    Forty states allow some form of legalized casinos. And as approval for gambling increase in Arizona, millions of Americans suffer from addiction.
  • Field general: How Phoenix Rising’s Woszczynski plays goalkeeper

    SCOTTSDALE — When defending his team’s goal, a lot runs through Phoenix Rising goalkeeper Carl Woszczynski’s mind. For example, when an opposing player breaks away during a match and races toward him with the ball, Woszczynski is yelling at his defenders to get back on defense. Then his minds starts running through a variety of […]
  • Phoenix organizing committee in Boston, makes official Final Four bid

    The Valley has been a standout when it comes to hosting sports mega events. A committee was in Boston Wednesday to make a pitch or a future Final Four.
  • ‘Veterans’ play a role in summer league competition, too

    In a league built around rookies and undrafted players, experienced summer leaguers can make a big impact on young teams.
  • ‘Deeply problematic’: Cardinals criticized for SCOTUS nominee support

    After Cardinals team president Michael Bidwill crafted a letter of support for SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh, posts on team-affiliated sites drew backlash.