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  • Suns’ Triano on Jackson’s discipline: ‘I thought Josh had none early on’

    Suns coach Jay Triano said Josh Jackson grew up quickly after the two had a conversation about the Phoenix rookie's off-the-court habits.
  • Arizona State hoping to rekindle fast pace against Syracuse’s zone

    Arizona State will face what became its Kryptonite: a zone defense. Syracuse will play it exclusively in the NCAA Tournament First Four matchup.
  • ASU’s NCAA Tournament resume pokes holes in selection process

    If Arizona State is included in the NCAA tournament field, the system is flawed. If ASU is not included in the field, the system is run by hypocrites.
  • Suns coach Jay Triano candid about heart-to-heart with Marquese Chriss

    Marquese Chriss is learning to deal with his emotions, and Phoenix Suns coach Jay Triano opened up about his heart-to-heart talk with his young forward.
  • Diamondbacks bringing back bullpen golf cart

    The bullpen cart is back in Major League Baseball. For the Arizona Diamondbacks, the golf cart to transport relievers from the bullpen will make its debut.
  • ASU hoping for repeat performance in Vegas at Pac-12 Tournament

    The Arizona State men's basketball team has adopted a new slogan for this week's Pac-12 Tournament. What happens in Vegas can happen again in Vegas.
  • Coyotes filled holes with early trades, stacked Roadrunners at deadline

    When the NHL trade deadline was approaching, the Arizona Coyotes got a solid backup goalie and improve the Coyotes AHL affiliate Tucson Roadrunners team.
  • Sean Miller’s former Arizona players come to his defense amid FBI scandal

    As Arizona head coach Sean Miller's name has reached the forefront of the college basketball recruiting scandal, former players have jumped to his defense.
  • Suns’ Triano is prepared to abandon quiet persona

    To Phoenix Suns head coach Jay Triano, being a leader is about setting a good example. But sometimes, it is necessary to take a different approach.
  • Assistant GM: D-backs acquired well-rounded players in Widener, Souza Jr.

    Steven Souza Jr. will contribute right away. Taylor Widener has the skills to be a factor later on. Regardless, both bring the Arizona Diamondbacks value.
  • Spring training preview: Marotta and Doug talk D-backs

    Vince Marotta and Doug Franz discuss the D-backs' recent acquisitions, the NL West, the starting rotation and more ahead of the start of Cactus League play.
  • ASU’s Bobby Hurley reflects on getting angry, animated on sidelines

    Known as one of the best point guards to ever play college basketball, Bobby Hurley is now getting national recognition for his anger on the sidelines.
  • Jay Triano on his future with Suns: ‘I’d like to see this through’

    Phoenix Suns interim coach Jay Triano would like to receive an interview for the head coaching job and sees progress from his team despite losses piling up.
  • 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station presents 2018 Newsmakers Week

    For one week every year, the people who make the big decisions for Arizona's sports teams join Doug & Wolf on 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station.
  • Thoughts from Newsmakers Week, Days 4 and 5: Keim, McDonough visit

    Newsmakers Week 2018! Every day this week I’ll give you a quick rundown of my thoughts on the comments of each guest throughout the week.
  • McDonough: Suns ready for the next step with Devin Booker

    Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker is already one of the premier young scorers in the NBA. Soon, he could be its next $100 million man.
  • Cardinals GM Steve Keim: Larry Fitzgerald will help QB recruitment

    Having Larry Fitzgerald back with the Cardinals obviously helps on the field, but it could help in other areas, according to GM Steve Keim.
  • ASU basketball amped up leading into showdown vs. Arizona

    ASU coach Bobby Hurley said the Sun Devils' practices were a bit rougher than usual as his No. 25 team hosts the No. 17 Arizona Wildcats in Tempe.
  • 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.

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