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  • Suns, City of Phoenix clash with Goldwater Institute in court

    The Goldwater Institute and the City of Phoenix clashed in court Tuesday about documents related to Talking Stick Resort Arena renovations.
  • Suns may be late to party, but they’re structuring positionless team

    The Phoenix Suns worked out four big men to become the No. 1 pick. In an NBA landscape that has moved away from positions and lessened the role of the center, the Suns are going to get a versatile presence down low to guide of team of players that can play everywhere.
  • Three Diamondbacks among players turning to C-flap for injury prevention

    Many MLB stars, such as Houston’s Carlos Correa and Washington’s Bryce Harper, are beginning to use the C-flap as an injury prevention method. In Arizona, three players are joining the movement.
  • Phoenix Rising FC coach Patrice Carteron leaves team for new job

    Patrice Carteron, the coach for Phoenix Rising FC, has left the team for a new job, a player confirmed to Cronkite News on Monday.
  • Texas’ Bamba displays his smarts, Suns talk trading up possibility

    The Phoenix Suns worked out Texas center Mohamed Bamba Saturday, who few project the team to draft at No. 1. But a flurry of great big men in the draft give the Suns added flexibility with so many assets.
  • Phoenix Rising mixes new, returning players to craft potent offense

    Last season, Phoenix Rising FC gave its fans a taste of what a winning soccer franchise feels like, but coach Patrice Carteron wants to give more on the field.
  • Marvin Bagley III’s winding, complicated journey brings him back to Phoenix

    Despite a spectacular prep and college career, Marvin Bagley III isn’t projected to be the top pick in this year’s NBA Draft.
  • Arizona talent ‘bursts back on the scene’ with strong MLB draft

    After several down years, a top-heavy class of Arizona high school and collegiate baseball talent became high picks in the 2018 MLB Draft.
  • Arizona Rattlers Nation creates a family in indoor football

    The Arizona Rattlers led the IFL in fan attendance in 2017 and are on track to maintain that lead in 2018.
  • Ayton vs. Doncic: Is there any truth to international prospect stigmas?

    A common stigma in NBA circles is that international draft prospects are riskier than those who went to American schools. But is there any truth to that?
  • Jalen Brunson’s winning mentality, versatile game could fit Suns at 31

    Jalen Brunson is a winner. The Suns haven’t been winners in years. Could Brunson’s winning pedigree and versatility be a fit for Phoenix at 31?
  • Briann January leads the Mercury on the court and ASU on the sideline

    Phoenix Mercury guard Briann January completed her first season as an assistant coach for the Arizona State University women’s basketball team, where she also played from 2006-09.
  • Before bringing in Ayton, Suns took a close look at his Arizona teammates

    Arizona guards Rawle Alkins and Allonzo Trier worked out for the Phoenix Suns on June 1. Both say Ayton would be the right pick for the Suns at No. 1.
  • Diamondbacks players embrace basketball fandom amid NBA Finals

    As the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers square off in the NBA Finals, Arizona Diamondbacks players embrace their basketball fandom.
  • With uncertainty down low, Suns could add shot blocker in second round

    With uncertainty down low, the Phoenix Suns could add a shot blocker in second round of the 2018 NBA Draft.
  • For Rattlers, IFL is another stepping stone for a career in the NFL

    The pathway to the NFL is easy for some -- get drafted or sign as a free agent. But others have to take a longer journey to reach their goal. For some Arizona Rattlers players, a career in the IFL may be the stepping stone to a career in the NFL.
  • ‘Definitely noticing a difference’: Stats suggest impact of D-backs’ humidor

    When the Diamondbacks decided to use a humidor to store their baseballs, they expected home runs and strongly hit balls to decrease. Through just 32 home games, the stats back up the expectations.
  • Football recruit LaValle grateful for quick recovery, ASU loyalty

    One of ASU football’s 2018 commitments suffered a ligament tear in his foot and recovered in half the estimated time doctors said he would.
  • Importance of 2018 MLB Draft has grown for ASU baseball, Tracy Smith

    ASU Athletic Director Ray Anderson has given coach Tracy Smith a vote of confidence.
  • Liberatore’s competitiveness makes him top MLB draft prospect

    Liberatore, a left-handed pitcher, is the second-ranked prospect in the class of 2018, according to Perfect Game scouting service, and predicted by many to be the first high school player to be selected in Monday’s MLB Draft.