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  • Cards coach Steve Wilks announces Larry Fitzgerald is coming back

    Larry Fitzgerald will be back for another season with the Cardinals in 2018. His new head coach Steve Wilks made the announcement Thursday on Doug & Wolf.
  • Suns arena plans ‘not figured out yet’, team president says

    Community aspects beyond the NBA team will affect what the Phoenix Suns do with Talking Stick Resort Arena moving forward, president Jason Rowley said.
  • Thoughts from Newsmakers Week, Day 3: Majerle and Anderson in studio

    GCU coach Dan Majerle, Suns President/CEO Jason Rowley, Suns VP of Basketball Ops James Jones and ASU AD Ray Anderson joined Doug & Wolf on Newsmakers Week.
  • GCU head coach Dan Majerle has ‘best job in the country’

    Dan Majerle has an affinity for his current position as head basketball coach of the GCU Antelopes and is working toward accomplishing some lofty goals.
  • ASU can be the house Bobby Hurley built, AD Ray Anderson says

    Arizona State AD Ray Anderson discussed Bobby Hurley's extension and Herm Edwards' early recruiting success leading ASU football.
  • Suns VP of basketball ops James Jones sees a fluid timeline

    Phoenix Suns VP of basketball operations James Jones believes the timeline toward contention is fluid, but he thinks his team must be patient.
  • Thoughts from Newsmakers Week, Day 2: Bidwill and Edwards visit

    Cardinals president Michael Bidwill, ASU coach Herm Edwards and Jerry Colangelo made their way onto Doug & Wolf's Newsmakers Week show on Tuesday.
  • Colangelo: Grand Canyon basketball will continue to grow

    While Grand Canyon waited four years to compete beyond the regular season, Dan Majerle wasted no time turning his team into a prominent mid-major program.
  • Herm Edwards has a plan to develop ASU’s young players

    Herm Edwards wants competition to breed internally in Arizona State's football program, but he has a way to develop players at the same time.
  • Cardinals’ Michael Bidwill happy with homegrown Keim, first days of Wilks

    Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill feels confident in the dead of the offseason with Steve Keim and Steve Wilks atop the team's totem pole.
  • Suns’ Jay Triano takes no offense to Steve Kerr’s coaching tactics

    Players running timeouts during a regular-season NBA game? It happened in Oakland against the Suns, but head coach Jay Triano has no issue with it.
  • Thoughts from Newsmakers Week Day 1: Hazen and Chayka speak

    General managers Mike Hazen of the Arizona Diamondbacks and John Chayka of the Arizona Coyotes took part in Doug & Wolf's Newsmakers Week.
  • John Chayka, Coyotes remain patient with trade deadline weeks off

    Arizona Coyotes general manager John Chayka likes where his team is two weeks before the trade deadline and despite an ugly record.
  • GM Mike Hazen: D-backs mulling options in sluggish free agent market

    J.D. Martinez remains on the free agent market with reports indicating the Arizona Diamondbacks remain attached with the possibility of him returning.
  • McDonough: Elfrid Payton viewed as a potential ‘long-term fit’

    With Payton coming over from the Magic, Suns GM Ryan McDonough not only believes Payton can contribute right away, but potentially long term as well.
  • Triano: Chriss, Suns moving on after verbal confrontation

    As the Phoenix Suns prepare to take on the Los Angeles Lakes, forward Marquese Chriss prepares to return from a one-game absence. 
  • Doug & Wolf’s NFL power poll: The top 5 potential Cardinals QBs

    Doug and Wolf give their lists of the top five Arizona Cardinals quarterback targets. The only similarities on their lists: Kirk Cousins and Nick Foles.
  • John Clayton doesn’t like Cardinals’ chances of getting Kirk Cousins

    Some like the Arizona Cardinals' chances of securing Kirk Cousins as their quarterback of the future. John Clayton isn't one of those people.
  • Suns’ Jared Dudley embracing the role of player-coach

    As the Phoenix Suns prepare to speed up the timeline, young players are receiving more minutes, setting the maturation process to warp speed. 
  • Triano: Devin Booker’s return from rib injury about pain management

    Devin Booker received good news after X-rays on his ribs revealed no break, but the Phoenix Suns hope he's not the only player back in action on Wednesday.

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