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  • Devin Booker trusts his hand post-surgery, ready for Suns season opener

    Phoenix Suns shooting guard Devin Booker is ready to go for the team's opener on Wednesday night. Ready to go, though, is not quite the same as 100 percent.
  • Cardinals add offensive lineman Kyle Friend to practice squad

    The Arizona Cardinals signed Kyle Friend, an offensive lineman, to the practice squad on Tuesday. Friend has spent time on the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers practice squads, since entering the league in 2016.
  • Broncos’ Von Miller on Cardinals: ‘We’re going to kick their [expletive]’

    Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller expressed confidence Tuesday in his team's chances in facing the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday night.
  • Suns waive Reed, Harrison and Arthur ahead of deadline

    The Phoenix Suns have officially waived Davon Reed on Wednesday, along with Darrell Arthur and Shaquille Harrison on Monday in preparation to finalize the roster for the start of the 2018-19 season as reported by The Athletic's Shams Charania.
  • Arizona Coyotes forward Alex Galchenyuk cleared for contact

    Coyotes center Alex Galchenyuk skated with his team Monday in a non-contact jersey, but a source confirmed to Arizona Sports on Tuesday that Galchenyuk has been cleared for contact.
  • AAF, Arizona Hotshots announce inaugural schedule

    The Alliance of American Football's inaugural season is slated for 2019, and Arizona's team, the Hotshots, announced its schedule.
  • Four-star Jordan Clark, son of former Steelers CB, commits to ASU

    Arizona State landed its 15th commitment Monday in four-star cornerback Jordan Clark, the son of former Steelers CB Ryan Clark.
  • Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate will not play Saturday against UCLA

    Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate will not be available for coach Kevin Sumlin as his team takes on UCLA Saturday. Tate injured his ankle on Friday in a 42-10 loss to Utah and was removed from the game in the first quarter.
  • Josh Rosen not in desperation mode despite Cardinals’ struggles

    After six games, the Cardinals are 1-5 and have struggled mightily on offense. In spite of this, quarterback Josh Rosen isn't in desperation mode.
  • Arizona Coyotes trying to create space in midst of scoring drought

    The Arizona Coyotes flew to Minneapolis on Monday ahead of their Tuesday night contest against the Wild, the first of four games on the team's first multi-game road trip of the 2018-19 season.
  • Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings Week 7: Rams hold; Patriots rise

    The Los Angeles Rams are the last unbeaten team in the NFL and continue to hold the top spot in the Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings heading into Week 7.
  • Empire of the Suns NBA preview: Big questions, award and Finals picks

    Empire of the Suns runs through some of the biggest questions across the NBA and makes their picks for the playoffs and awards.
  • Trivia Tuesday: Top Suns scoring games on Opening Night

    Can you name the Suns players who have scored 25 or more points on Opening Night? That's your Trivia Tuesday challenge for this week!
  • Suns’ Igor Kokoskov clouds PG position by relying on play-makers

    The Suns currently have three point guards on the depth chart with Isaiah Canaan, De’Anthony Melton and Elie Okobo in rotation. Kokoskov will look to get the ball to his better and more proven players.
  • Runner Justin Gallegos becomes Nike’s first athlete with cerebral palsy

    One major aspect of the human condition is to fight against the odds and defy limitations. For Oregon runner Justin Gallegos, defying the odds is the norm.