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  • Wildfires hit home for 2 GCU players; team to participate in fundraiser

    GCU men’s basketball will play an exhibition game to raise money for a fund that helps victims affected by the California wildfires.
  • Coyotes off to worst seven-game start in team history

    The Coyotes have lost their first seven games. Despite the struggles, the team remains optimistic that they are improving and could turn things around.
  • Baby, it’s cold inside: Cryotherapy popular route to treat sports injuries

    Senior defensive lineman Brayden Smith is one of many athletes using whole body cryotherapy as a way to stay healthy and free of injuries
  • ASU brings momentum into important matchup with Utah

    Arizona State football is coming off a big victory over No. 5 Washington. It takes momentum into meeting with Utah in Salt Lake City Saturday.
  • Jackson, young players set to tip off Suns’ season against Portland

    PHOENIX — As the Phoenix Suns prepared to take on Portland in the season opener Wednesday, coach Earl Watson said rookie forward Josh Jackson is as prepared as possible to start his NBA career. “It’ll be his first game, so he might have too much excitement at times, but I think that’s a good thing […]
  • Replacing a legend: ASU kicker Ruiz handling big expectations

    TEMPE — True freshman Brandon Ruiz is replacing a legend. Following Arizona State standout  Zane Gonzalez — the NCAA leader in field goals made and a kicker for the Cleveland Browns — sounds like a daunting task because of pressure and inevitable comparisons. Ruiz, however, is up to the challenge. He proved that Saturday, connecting […]
  • The flipside of cheerleading: a prevalence of catastrophic injuries

    Cheerleading has the highest rate of catastrophic injuries for females, but why?
  • NAU’s ‘real Lumberjacks’ find thrill in logging sports competition

    As the only logging sports team in Arizona, Northern Arizona University’s ‘real Lumberjacks participate in a variety of wood-related sports.
  • ‘He only wanted to help’: 13-year-old brings popular charity to Sloan Park

    Sam Love has a new goal set for his yearly toy drive. He is hoping to raise $15,000 in donations to help children affected by natural disasters.
  • Running back Peterson makes instant impact with Cardinals

    The running back excelled in his Cardinals debut, improving the team in several areas, as it defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 38-33 on Sunday.
  • Attention remains on Arizona basketball as investigation continues

    Suspended Arizona assistant basketball coach Emanual "Book" Richardson will appear in federal court on bribery charges.
  • Australian players intrigued to see how they match up against Suns

    The Brisbane Bullets’ visit for the Suns’ last preseason game of the year could provide a stepping stone to promote both Australian and NBA basketball throughout the world.
  • Friendship of Suns’ Booker, Ulis ‘greater than basketball’

    Phoenix Suns Devin Booker and Tyler Ulis’s friendship since Kentucky transcends basketball, but has played out onto success on the court in Phoenix.
  • Phoenix Suns open learning center for sex trafficking victims

    Sarah Krahenbuhl was shocked to hear about the prevalence of sex trafficking in the Phoenix area.
  • ‘We gave everything’: Dodgers end Diamondbacks’ surprise season

    From the moment the first pitch was thrown in the National League Division Series, the Arizona Diamondbacks never appeared to be their true selves.