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  • ASU president Crow: Herm Edwards hire was about trust in AD

    President Michael Crow had trust in Arizona State athletic director and vice president of university of athletics Ray Anderson in the hire of Herm Edwards.
  • Derrick Hall: D-backs humidor could be ahead of MLB-wide trend

    Arizona Diamondbacks president and CEO Derrick Hall isn't concerned about a projected decline in home runs due to a new humidor at Chase Field.
  • Cards coach Steve Wilks announces Larry Fitzgerald is coming back

    Larry Fitzgerald will be back for another season with the Cardinals in 2018. His new head coach Steve Wilks made the announcement Thursday on Doug & Wolf.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks going all out to celebrate 20th anniversary in 2018

    In the 2018 season, the Arizona Diamondbacks will be celebrating their 20th anniversary as a franchise, and the organization has lots planned.
  • Devin Booker makes large jump in The Ringer’s 2015 NBA Redraft

    Nearly a year after Booker scored 70 points and set the Suns franchise record, teams must wonder what they would look like had they drafted Booker.
  • ‘Yotes Notes: Blue line, Raanta driving Coyotes’ improved play

    There are two main factors driving the Arizona Coyotes' recent success. The blue line is healthy and goalie Antti Raanta is healthy.
  • Elfrid Payton’s triple-double, Booker’s return not enough for Suns win

    It was not a 46-point loss for the Suns in Utah Wednesday. It was, in fact, a rather competitive game, but ultimately ended in a 107-97 defeat to the Jazz.
  • ‘Cardinals Flight Plan’ shows Arians’ emotional last postgame speech

    The first episode of "Cardinals Flight Plan" dropped Wednesday night and the little over 10 minutes had plenty of behind the scenes goodies.
  • Reports: Coyotes testing market, listening to offers on Max Domi

    The Arizona Coyotes are not shopping their young forward Max Domi, but are willing to hear if anyone is interested, according to multiple reports.
  • D-backs open spring training, ready to ‘turn the page’ to 2018

    That was then, this is now. The Arizona Diamondbacks are ready to move on from a successful 2017 season as they kick off 2018.
  • Luis Gonzalez is excited about the D-backs’ pitching staff

    Luis Gonzalez expects the 2018 Diamondbacks to lean on a pitching staff that finished third in the league in ERA last season.
  • Former Phoenix Suns star Amar’e Stoudemire joins the BIG3 league

    A decade ago Amar’e Stoudemire was a crucial part of the Phoenix Suns’ big three. Now, the 2003 rookie of the year is joining the BIG3 league.
  • Suns arena plans ‘not figured out yet’, team president says

    Community aspects beyond the NBA team will affect what the Phoenix Suns do with Talking Stick Resort Arena moving forward, president Jason Rowley said.
  • SI: Phoenix Suns have one of the brighter futures in the NBA

    Sitting tied in dead last and getting blown out by over 40 points multiple times this year, sometimes it’s hard to look toward the bright side for the Suns.
  • Devin Booker will try to play against the surging Utah Jazz

    Suns' guard Devin Booker will try to give it a go Wednesday night against the Utah Jazz, according to 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station host John Gambadoro.