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  • Suns’ Kokoskov on Doncic-Ayton draft debate: ‘Definitely, maybe’

    New Phoenix Suns coach Igor Kokoskov knows he needs to be careful about professing his opinion in the 2018 NBA Draft's Luka Doncic vs. Deandre Ayton debate.
  • Igor Kokoskov is ready to cook with Suns GM McDonough’s ingredients

    New Phoenix Suns head coach Igor Kokoskov knows the team intends to be aggressive this offseason and is ready to shape his coaching philosophies around whatever he has.
  • Cincinnati HC: Cunningham’s ‘natural abilities’ will help in jump to NFL

    Arizona Cardinals seventh-round pick Korey Cunningham's unique athletic ability is what his former head coach Luke Fickell believes will help the most in his transition to the NFL.
  • Cardinals’ Rosen, Kirk make’s early 2018 All-Rookie Team sees the Arizona Cardinals having two instant contributors out of the 2018 NFL Draft in Josh Rosen and Christian Kirk.
  • QB Kurt Warner was ‘serious’ about an NFL return in 2018

    Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner wasn't joking about potentially returning to the NFL for the 2018 season, nearly a decade after his last pro appearance.
  • The 5: Current and former prominent Suns voices on hiring of Igor Kokoskov

    Hear what current and former prominent voices of the Phoenix Suns had to say about the hiring of Igor Kokoskov on 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station.
  • Suns GM lends look into process that led to Igor Kokoskov hire

    Phoenix Suns general manager Ryan McDonough discussed Mike Budenholzer, Devin Booker's input and more about the process of hiring head coach Igor Kokoskov.
  • Hall: D-backs’ proposed Chase Field agreement with county a win

    The legal dispute between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Maricopa County over the maintenance and upkeep of Chase Field appears to be nearing an end.
  • McDonough: Kokoskov a perfect fit for Suns’ head coaching job

    Igor Kokoskov has a track record of player development, wells of experience and a creative mind that convinced the Phoenix Suns to hire him as head coach, said GM Ryan McDonough.
  • Hazen on Diamondbacks’ rash of injuries: ‘We got to hold the fort down’

    From the sound of it, the Arizona Diamondbacks are preparing for a month of May without an injured Robbie Ray. GM Mike Hazen admitted the team could be active to patch the problem.
  • Free agent-to-be A.J. Pollock staying in the moment with Diamondbacks

    Three home runs Monday night against the Los Angeles Dodgers launched free agent-to-be A.J. Pollock into becoming the National League's co-leader with nine on the season.
  • Fordham product Chase Edmonds gives Cardinals unique set of RB tools

    Fordham product and fourth-round NFL Draft pick Chase Edmonds gives the Arizona Cardinals a different look at running back.
  • What’s next? Six second-round targets for the Cardinals

    Josh Jackson, Will Hernandez and other targets for the Arizona Cardinals in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
  • Cards GM Steve Keim on Josh Rosen injury history, outspokenness

    Despite excellent college play at UCLA, Josh Rosen had questions entering the draft. What did Steve Keim think about those concerns?
  • GM Steve Keim: Cards drafted future QB without mortgaging future

    Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim said he accomplished two goals by trading up to take UCLA's Josh Rosen in the 2018 NFL Draft.
  • Todd Graham being selective with job options, shares NFL Draft thoughts

    Todd Graham may not be the head coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils anymore, but he's still up at 9 p.m. watching film. 
  • Mayock: Josh Allen is the pick if Cardinals move up on draft day

    Despite signing quarterbacks Sam Bradford and Mike Glennon, speculation of the Arizona Cardinals trading up in the 2018 NFL Draft to take a quarterback remains intact.
  • Doug & Wolf’s 2018 NFL mock draft: Who goes in the top 15 picks?

    98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's Doug & Wolf are putting their GM caps on and mocking the first 15 picks of the 2018 NFL Draft.
  • Hall: Though limited, D-backs could still look to free agents for pitching

    For the third time in five years, the Arizona Diamondbacks have lost a starting pitcher to Tommy John surgery. Pitcher Taijuan Walker suffered a partial tear of his UCL on April 14.
  • D-backs mull options awaiting second opinion of Walker’s injury

    Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen discussed how the team will react this week and beyond as Arizona awaits word of Taijuan Walker's second opinion of his UCL injury.

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