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  • Warner: Cardinals would have to adjust to Peyton Manning

    A healthy Peyton Manning is better than any quarterback currently on the Arizona Cardinals’ roster. Manning, who continues to be linked to Arizona should the Colts release him, would bring 54,828 yards passing, 399 touchdowns, a Super Bowl ring and a laser, rocket arm with him to the desert. According to former Cards QB and […]
  • Suns catch break with Nowitzki out

    The Suns are catching another break on their grueling road trip with Dirk Nowitzki being held out of Monday’s game against Dallas. The Suns, who are 6-9, look to go over .500 for the road trip. With Nowitzki out tonight, the Suns will have played teams missing a key player in four out of the […]
  • ASU hoops: Where’s the grit?

    Quick…somebody name the last good thing that happened to Arizona State athletics? You’d probably have to go back to the football team’s easy 48-14 Homecoming win over Colorado on October 29th. Since then, it’s been a steady stream of yuck on both the gridiron and the hardwood. Suspensions, firings, embarrassing losses and negative publicity have […]
  • ESPN insider: Cardinals in Manning mix

    Rumors about Peyton Manning wearing Cardinal red next season are not going away. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Arizona Cardinals are on the short list of teams that Manning would sign with if he was released by the Colts. Indianapolis owns the first overall selection in this year’s draft and is expected to […]
  • Cardinals search for QB coach could lead to Jackson

    The Cardinals relieved QB coach Chris Miller of his duties a couple weeks ago, and while there appears to be no favorite to replace him, some big-time names have popped up as candidates. It was reported last week that former Cards OC and Chiefs HC Todd Haley could get the job, and late Sunday NFL […]
  • Breakdown: ‘Cats fall in Boulder

    Tough, clutch shots down the stretch led to the Arizona Wildcats being in a very good position to win in their first game against the Colorado Buffaloes as a member of the Pac-12. Behind a Kyle Fogg three, a Solomon Hill tough and-one finish in the lane, and a Kevin Parrom jumper put them up […]
  • Off the Ice: Coyotes situation quickly becoming do-or-die

    It’s not supposed to happen this early. The Phoenix Coyotes are currently 12th in the Western Conference — a mere two points out of a playoff spot — and they can’t win a game to save their lives. After a monstrous offensive effort on Martin Luther King Day, the Coyotes looked to have things turned […]
  • D-Hall, D-backs ‘believe’ in team’s culture

    The D-backs’ brass knew they were witnessing something truly special last year when they saw a team that finished dead last in 2010 — with an abysmal 65-97 record — go on to churn out 94 victories to win the NL West crown. In the midst of the surprising play by a predominantly young D-backs […]
  • Analyst: D-backs’ prospect ready to emerge

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have emerged as one of the richest pitching organizations in the Major Leagues from top to bottom. While their 2012 starting rotation is projected to be one of the best in the National League, it’s their farm system that continues to make headlines and reap national accolades. But this time, the spotlight […]
  • Nash to Orlando? Magic would have interest

    Steve Nash has expressed his desire to stay in Phoenix, but the trade rumors won’t stop until the March 15 deadline passes or he’s moved before then. According to CBS NBA insider Ken Berger,, the Orlando Magic will have an interest in the point guard if the Suns decide to trade him. Nash “could push […]
  • Analyst: Cardinals’ Roberts possible breakout WR

    It’s no secret the Arizona Cardinals would greatly benefit from having a solid No. 2 wide receiver opposite the explosive Larry Fitzgerald. While a lot of people believe the Cardinals need to find a second receiver elsewhere — either in the NFL draft or via free agency — ESPN Insider Chris Sprow thinks the team […]
  • It’s been two years since D-backs released Eric Byrnes

    Two-years ago Arizona said goodbye to Eric Byrnes, his signature throw-and-flips in the outfield and explosive home runs. January 20 marks the anniversary of the release of the centerfielder from the Diamondbacks. Byrnes’ D-backs career started off well, with the outfielder hitting a team-leading 26 home runs in 2006 and leading a playoff push in […]
  • D-backs were in many a pitchers’ duel

    The old Nike commercial featured the tag line, “Chicks dig the long-ball.” And true, everyone likes a home run – when their team is the one who hits it – but there is something to be said for a good old fashioned pitcher’s duel. Bill James of ranked the top 100 pitchers’ duels of […]
  • Suns and Celtics have more in common than bad records

    The Suns and the Celtics have a lot of things in common, the glaring one being that both teams have been struggling so far in this abbreviated season. The 5-9 Suns are trying to capitalize on their victory over the Knicks Wednesday, while the 5-8 Celtics are trying to get back to their winning ways […]
  • D-backs’ GM unable to sit back in offseason

    Diamondbacks’ GM Kevin Towers knew he couldn’t take a break this offseason. Though the team won the National League West last season, Towers did not want to fix something that wasn’t broken but instead add more to it. “The world champions came out of this division (NL West) two years ago, so we didn’t want […]