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  • Kingsbury: Cardinals hope penalties go away; Kyler Murray’s rushes won’t

    Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury counted 14 negative plays in a Week 2 win over Washington. Arizona leads the NFL in total flags thrown against them.
  • Cardinals’ Isaiah Simmons ‘will be better for it’ after rough season opener

    With an abbreviated offseason that featured zero preseason games, Isaiah Simmons was flung into the fire during the Cardinals' win over the 49ers.
  • Cardinals preview roundtable: Playoff predictions, under-the-radar players

    Arizona Sports hosts, reporters and editors answer a series of six questions to preview the Arizona Cardinals’ 2020 campaign
  • Cardinals HC Kliff Kingsbury to be ‘smart’ with Kenyan Drake in Week 1

    Cardinals running back Kenyan Drake may be out of his walking boot and back practicing, but that doesn't mean the flood gates are fully open just yet.
  • Lute Olson showed you can compete, show civility in ASU-UA rivalry

    ASU, its alumni and fans, took a timeout from the rivalry with the Wildcats to pay tribute to Lute Olson who gave the school fits over his tenure at UA.
  • Windhorst: Word is Suns intend to ‘reduce their spending’ next season

    A lot of NBA teams could be losing a lot of money next season, and that could severely impact the way those teams attack this upcoming offseason.
  • Deandre Ayton, Suns bringing nothing-to-lose mentality to NBA bubble

    Suns C Deandre Ayton cut straight to the point about his goals in the NBA restart: He isn't in Florida to take in the sights. There's business to attend to.
  • Luis Gonzalez: Robbie Ray needs to improve at putting batters away

    Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Robbie Ray makes Luiz Gonzalez concerned about the pitcher's ability to put batters away when he's ahead.
  • D-backs roundtable, Pt. 1: Breakout players, X factors and Ketel Marte

    Hosts and staff from Arizona Sports give their takes on players to watch out for in 2020, and how we think Ketel Marte will perform after a big 2019.
  • Archie Bradley: D-backs’ responsibility is to be ‘shining light’ for Arizona

    Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Archie Bradley believes that his teammates have held one another accountable since their spring training came to a halt.
  • NBA prepared for wave of positive COVID-19 tests prior to Orlando

    ESPN's Brian Windhorst told Arizona Sports the NBA is prepared for the strong likelihood that they will see plenty of positive COVID-19 tests this week.
  • ESPN’s Olney, Passan weigh in on ‘terrible’ time for MLB in negotiations

    As MLB tries to figure out how to get back to play in 2020, negotiations continue to trend in a negative direction that don't bode well for the future.
  • Bickley & Marotta present The Historical Roast of Los Angeles Sports

    Next up, Bickley & Marotta of Arizona Sports turn their attention to the Valley sports landscape's biggest geographical rival: Los Angeles.
  • Shane Doan believes Coyotes can take advantage of NHL’s 24-team playoff

    Former Arizona Coyotes captain Shane Doan thinks the NHL's 24-team playoff is the second lifeline that the Coyotes needed.
  • Alvin Gentry: Suns in ‘great situation’ under coach Monty Williams

    "No. 1, he's such a standup guy. No. 2, he's a very, very good basketball coach," Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said of first-year Suns coach Monty Williams.
  • Revisit history: Valley teams would look better in uniforms of the past

    The four big league sports franchises in the Valley would be well-served in reliving their pasts when it comes to fashion.
  • Arizona Sports celebrates Randy Johnson on Monday’s ‘A Perfect Day’

    Arizona Sports and Fox Sports Arizona are celebrating Randy Johnson's 2004 perfect game on Monday, the anniversary of the feat.
  • On anniversary of perfect game, Randy Johnson’s intensity stands out

    Randy Johnson was known as a fierce competitor when he pitched his Hall of Fame career in the major leagues. Still today, that intensity is front of mind.
  • Al McCoy called out NBA officials after Suns’ 2007 suspensions vs. Spurs

    There was a lot wrong with the Phoenix Suns' Amar'e Stoudemire and Boris Diaw being suspended for Game 5 in 2007 against the San Antonio Spurs.
  • Mike D’Antoni remembers Suns tenure on anniversary of Horry hip-check

    Former Phoenix Suns coach Mike D'Antoni recalled his big regret as coach and the infamous Robert Horry hip-check that defined a rivalry against the Spurs.

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