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  • Jamelle McMillan brings youthful experience to Suns’ coaching staff

    Jamelle McMillan is one of the youngest NBA coaches. He’ll aim to bring youthful experience to a young Phoenix Suns team looking to rise in the standings.
  • ‘I meant it’: Bagley acknowledges grudge against Suns is still alive

    Marvin Bagley acknowledged a grudge against the Suns is still alive after his Kings lost to Phoenix in the Las Vegas Summer League.
  • ASU’s Bobby Hurley visits Vegas to support Shannon Evans’ ‘new journey’

    Bobby Hurley came to Las Vegas to watch former ASU player Shannon Evans. Evans is trying to catch the attention of the Houston Rockets.
  • Ready to win again, Suns hope Ariza quickens development of young team

    Suns sign 14-year NBA veteran Trevor Ariza, hoping he can help their young roster develop into a winner. His experience on successful teams could pay off
  • Suns coach Kokoskov hoping to ‘challenge’ Bender in Summer League

    Getting ready to play in his third Summer League, Dragan Bender has a coach in Igor Kokoskov working to get him out of his comfort zone.
  • Suns coach Igor Kokoskov practicing balance with Summer Suns

    The longtime NBA assistant and European coach has hit the ground running since being hired in May, doing his best to live up to General Manager Ryan McDonough’s description as a “pioneer.”
  • Former GCU soccer player Waldrep makes journey to Phoenix Rising

    Evan Waldrep is in his first year with Phoenix Rising and his journey to get there has been a local one. He played at local youth clubs in Peoria and Casa Grande, played at GCU after spending two years at Creighton.
  • Coyotes Liam Kirk, Brendan Perlini help progression of English hockey

    Liam Kirk becomes first player born and exclusively trained in England to be selected in the NHL Draft, helping progression in English hockey.
  • Payson rodeo event welcomes special needs participants from across state

    The Arizona High School Rodeo Association hosted a special needs rodeo in Payson, giving participants the opportunity to experience the sport.
  • Yoshihisa Hirano’s scoreless games streak defies odds for a MLB rookie

    Yoshihisa Hirano’s streak of consecutive scoreless outings out of the bullpen claimed sole possession of a Diamondbacks franchise record previously held by J.J. Putz and Brandon Lyon.
  • Perry football becoming pipeline to Iowa State

    Two players from Perry High School’s football team have committed to Iowa State in the last two years and another player received an offer.
  • How ASU basketball has built better schedules, raised its national profile

    Under coach Bobby Hurley, ASU basketball has scheduled tough. It’s helped the Sun Devils boost their national profile and make the NCAA Tournament.
  • Arizona State’s Connor Higgins happy to land with Angels

    ASU relief pitcher Connor Higgins was drafted by the Los Angeles Angels in the 2018 MLB draft his second time around. He was one of five ASU players to be drafted.
  • First-round pick Barrett Hayton gears up for Coyotes’ development camp

    The Coyotes’ are holding development camp this week. No. 5 overall pick Barrett Hayton arrived this week to start his training with the organization.
  • Coyotes GM John Chayka relies on convictions, not outside opinion during rebuild

    The Arizona Coyotes selected center Barrett Hayton with the fifth pick in Friday’s NHL Draft. GM John Chayka believes the organization stayed “disciplined.”
  • Former Mesa CC players lament impending end of football program

    Former Mesa Community College football players attribute their future professional football success to the local JUCO program. But the removal of the program in 2019 could affect the future of Arizona football.
  • At Arizona Speedway, 15-year-old racer gives dad ultimate Father’s Day gift

    Abby Meulebroeck races cars at Arizona Speedway against competition twice her age. This Father’s Day, the competition is her dad.
  • Pinnacle QB Rattler tries to stay grounded as attention picks up steam

    Spencer Rattler is a 17-year-old High School senior, but in many ways, the Oklahoma quarterback commit is much more than a standard high schooler.
  • Sister Lynn Winsor: 44 years at Xavier and going strong

    Sister Lynn Winsor has been a member of the Xavier community for nearly 45 years, working with student-athletes in many capacities and leaving an impact along the way.
  • Rattlers’ ‘winning culture’ carries team to playoffs for ninth straight year

    The Arizona Rattlers advance to the playoffs for the ninth straight year with the hopes of a second United Bowl appearance.