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  • Suns’ Josh Jackson says he threw a water bottle at ‘Malice at the Palace’

    A young Josh Jackson said he was in the stands at the Malice at the Palace game between the Pistons and Pacers in 2004. He also threw a water bottle during the mayhem.
  • Shawn Marion is too big for a Hobbit hole

    Shawn Marion, huge fan of The Lord of the Rings, checked out the Hobbit holes of The Shire in Middle Earth (a.k.a. New Zealand).
  • Larry Fitzgerald tackles Kurt Warner during live shot

    Larry Fitzgerald tackled Kurt Warner during the former QB's live shot from the Arizona Cardinals' game against the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football.
  • ‘Not in my house!’: Boogie Cousins shows no mercy with kids on blacktop

    Although he is currently sidelined with a torn achilles, Cousins showed no mercy on the blacktop when he visited a Bay Area school.
  • Ayton put up a double-double in Suns debut, but rookie duties didn’t stop

    Veteran Phoenix Suns forward Trevor Ariza interrupted rookie Deandre Ayton's postgame press conference to ask him to grab towels.
  • New York fan scores first points of the Knicks season

    After finishing near the bottom of the barrel in the NBA in 2017-18 (29-53), the Knicks looked to be off to a similar start Wednesday night. That's when a New York fan stepped in.
  • Arizona RB David Johnson ditched the gridiron to fly a fighter jet

    It’s often been thrown around that the sky’s the limit for Cardinals running back David Johnson, but that may not be the case anymore.
  • Steve Kerr gets ejected vs. Suns, tells refs he doesn’t want to be there

    Someone tell Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr that "I don't wanna be here" is Eric Bledsoe's line.
  • Ndamukong Suh is not interested in practicing the right way to sack a QB

    Ndamukong Suh is not ready to learn the right way to sack a quarterback without earning a roughing the passer penalty.
  • Presidential alert system reveals Trump’s hot Arizona sports takes

    President Donald Trump for the first time on Wednesday tested a presidential alert system.
  • The internet was not impressed with the Philadelphia Flyers’ new mascot

    The Philadelphia Flyers unveiled a new mascot on Monday. The court of public opinion -- also known as Twitter -- did not give the mascot its unwavering support.
  • The Browns won so now those beer fridges are open

    The Cleveland Browns did it. For the first time in 635 days, the Browns won a regular season football game, and now a lot of people in Cleveland have free beer.
  • Who wants Maroon 5 at the Super Bowl? Nobody, the answer is nobody

    Really, who listens to Maroon 5 anyway? Apparently, the NFL thinks enough people for them to perform at halftime of Super Bowl LIII.
  • Ex-ASU kicker Zane Gonzalez had a rough day. So did a baseball coach

    After Zane Gonzalez missed a game-winning extra point attempt, fans began tweeting their indignation -- at a different Zane Gonzalez.
  • Harvard graduate and Tampa Bay QB Ryan Fitzpatrick shows off his style

    After lighting up the reigning champion Philadelphia Eagles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick "borrowed" some clothes from a teammate.
  • Jimmie Sherfy talks about the dudes on the Diamondbacks, dude

    Reliever Jimmie Sherfy has only pitched in 18 games for the Arizona Diamondbacks over the last two seasons and maybe that just hasn't been enough time for Sherfy to deeply get to know his teammates.
  • Bruce Arians lets one slip in live regular season broadcast debut

    Former Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians is known for not having much of a filter.
  • ‘Fitzgerald is a top-two WR, and he ain’t two’: Comedian spoofs Cards fans

    Just four days until the Arizona Cardinals' season opener, comedian Cameron "Scooter" Magruder created a video imitating common things Cardinals fans say.
  • Here is actor Jonah Hill wearing a Suns jersey differently than you would

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  • Dennis ‘The Barbarian’ Gardeck is living up to his nickname

    When the Arizona Cardinals 53-man roster was announced, four undrafted rookies had secured a spot and avoided getting cut. Linebacker Dennis Gardeck of Division II University of Sioux Falls was one of those four players.