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  • Trevor Ariza provides guidance for young Phoenix Suns

    Forward Trevor Ariza is providing veteran leadership to a young Phoenix Suns core in efforts to help the future of the franchise.
  • Pack leader: Josh Rosen leads rookie quarterbacks in Week 4

    Cardinals rookie Josh Rosen led all rookie quarterbacks in completion percentage and passer rating in week four, his first start for the Arizona Cardinals.
  • ‘I’m the anchor’: Suns ready to build defense around Ayton

    With the addition of first overall pick, Deandre Ayton, the Phoenix Suns are prepared to be a defensive team with the defense built around Ayton.
  • Hotshots: Support, criticism follows new Arizona pro football team’s name

    Debate around whether the decision to name Arizona's Alliance of American Football team the Hotshots honors specialized firefighters or exploits those who put their lives at risk.
  • Arizona universities to address lack of women coaching women’s sports

    When Title IX, 90 percent of women’s sports were coached by women, according to the NCAA. Now, only 41.7 percent of women’s programs are led by women.
  • Zlatan of the USL: Phoenix Rising’s Cortez approaching another record

    Phoenix Rising's Chris Cortez soon could take down another one of Long Tan’s records as the team's all-time scoring leader.
  • Guard U to Guarding You: Arizona State determined to be defensive team

    Bobby Hurley’s team has a new identity entering his fourth season at Arizona State, and it’s one few would have predicted.
  • Going the extra mile: Biker hopes to inspire youth through golf

    Tom Loegering, 80, rides his motorcycle across the United States to help young golfers. The only person to ever ride through all 48 contiguous states in under 20 days wasn't just riding for fun.
  • ‘We want to change the narrative’: Suns eye significant turnaround

    The Phoenix Suns kicked off the 2018-19 season with their annual media day. They hope their mix of veteran experience and young talent will culminate in more wins this season.
  • Coyotes’ Strome, Crouse look to establish themselves in NHL

    Fellow 2015 first-round draft picks Dylan Strome and Lawson Crouse enter training camp with hopes of contributing to the Coyotes for a full season.
  • Saguaro community, led by famous alums, rallies around deli owner

    Long time Saguaro supporter Joe Casella was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer and Saguaro alums and current Arizona Cardinals D.J. Foster and Christian Kirk decided to help the local deli owner.
  • As ASU seeks offensive identity, rushing attack is front-runner

    After starting the season 2-2, the Arizona State Sun Devils may have finally found their offensive identity: a strong running game as they head into a home game this weekend against Oregon State.
  • Changing hands: Cardinals opt to go with rookie quarterback Rosen

    The Arizona Cardinals named rookie quarterback Josh Rosen their starter on Monday. Rosen was drafted 10th overall in the 2018 NFL Draft.
  • Stage fright suggests ASU football still adjusting to the spotlight

    With the hiring of Herm Edwards came a slingshot, catapulting the Arizona State football program out of irrelevance and into the national spotlight.
  • Calm, cool, collect: Edwards ready to move on to Washington

    Herm Edwards was disappointed but not panicked. He has moved from Arizona State's loss to San Diego State is looking toward a meeting with Washington.
  • Place to be: Grand Canyon soccer leads the nation in fan attendance

    The Havocs have built a student section that supports Grand Canyon sports with a fiery passion, and no one is benefiting more than the men’s soccer team.
  • Rising into playoffs? MLS loan players could impact club’s postseason

    With USL playoffs fast approaching, four new players coming in from MLS clubs have helped Phoenix Rising climb to the top of the Western Conference.
  • Return to SDSU bittersweet for ASU defensive coordinator Gonzales

    ASU defensive coordinator Danny Gonzales spent seven seasons with the San Diego State University Aztecs. Saturday, he returns as an opponent.
  • Suns representation at Hall of Fame connected to renowned training staff

    When Grant Hill was inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame, he remembered his time with the Phoenix Suns training staff.
  • Arizona Cardinals still searching for answers on offense

    The Arizona Cardinals woke up Monday feeling the same way the felt on Sunday night. Their offense needs to take big strides if the team hopes to bounce back from a loss to the Redskins.