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  • Arizona State carrying momentum into final three Pac-12 games

    Coming off his second homestand sweep in Pac-12 play this season, Arizona State head coach Bobby Hurley had plenty to be proud of.
  • More touches necessary? Deandre Ayton is improving without them

    Deandre Ayton's rim protecting has improved. Whether he's getting enough touches or not, the Suns appear to have a plan that's all about his development.
  • Former Coyotes share favorite memories of Shane Doan

    Days before having his No. 19 hung up in the rafters, some of Shane Doan's former teammates took a moment to share their favorite memories.
  • Hall: D-backs focused on Chase Field, far from determining future home

    The Diamondbacks are focused on the upkeep of Chase Field and have yet to begin deeply investigating where their future home might be.
  • Coyotes sign defenseman Jordan Oesterle to 2-year extension

    The Arizona Coyotes have signed defenseman Jordan Oesterle to a two-year contract extension, the team announced Wednesday.
  • D-backs’ Hazen explains Goldschmidt trade after Machado’s decision

    Machado's decision has brought Mike Hazen the challenge of being asked a flurry of questions on why the D-backs decided to part ways with Paul Goldschmidt.
  • Rattlers coach Guy talks Tucson ownership, arena renovations

    Rattlers' head coach Kevin Guy joined Doug and Wolf Friday morning, where he talked about his ownership of the new Tucson team and competition with the AAF.
  • 98.7 FM’s 2019 Newsmakers Week stories and recap

    Every year for one week in February, the ones who are in charge of making the biggest decisions for Arizona sports teams join Doug & Wolf on 98.7 Arizona's Sports Station. 
  • Fiesta Bowl Executive Director talks Playoff expansion, number of bowls

    Fiesta Bowl executive director Mike Nealy joined Doug and Wolf on Wednesday, where he talked about expansion and the number of bowl games among other things
  • Cardinals HC Kliff Kingsbury on QB talk: ‘It comes with the territory’

    While the talk continues as to whom the Cardinals will take with the No. 1 pick, Kliff Kingsbury isn't worried about the noise. It's part of the business.
  • Coach on Phoenix Rising’s MLS goals: ‘I think it’s just a matter of time’

    Phoenix Rising FC head coach Rick Schantz believes his team's internal goal is to improve Arizona soccer. He also sees an MLS future.
  • AD Anderson speaks on maturing Hurley, understanding Herman-haters

    Arizona State AD Ray Anderson spoke on his frank discussions with Bobby Hurley about his volatility and gave a message to haters of Herm Edwards.
  • D-backs GM not overly concerned about Zack Greinke’s absence

    "I'm not overly-concerned by it," Arizona Diamondbacks GM Mike Hazen said of Zack Greinke's late report to spring training.
  • Coyotes president, CEO Cohen offers latest update on potential sale, arena

    Arizona Coyotes president & CEO Ahron Cohen joined 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station's Newsmakers Week to update fans on the latest surrounding a potential sale of the team.
  • Arizona Hotshots GM Phil Savage happy to see AAF come to life

    Arizona Hotshots GM Phil Savage knew he had to team up with head coach Rick Neuheisel as soon as he found out they would both be involved in the AAF.
  • GM Jim Pitman: Mercury in early stages of finding temporary building

     The multi-year Talking Stick Resort Arena renovation that was approved by the city may affect the Phoenix Mercury more directly than the Phoenix Suns.
  • Keim: ‘A number of players’ on film worthy of Cardinals’ top pick

    Cardinals GM Steve Keim won't write off Kyler Murray or anyone else as potential No. 1 picks in the 2019 NFL Draft. Not before he's met prospects.
  • Former Phoenix Suns owner Jerry Colangelo stays optimistic

    Former Suns owner and godfather of Phoenix sports Jerry Colangelo sees the struggles of Valley sports teams and says fans should stay the course.
  • D-backs aim for stability with faith behind Lovullo, Hall says

    Faith in Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo gives president Derrick Hall hope Arizona can surprise in 2019 despite losing three key players this offseason.
  • Michael Bidwill: Cardinals will continue leaning over their ski tips

    The Arizona Cardinals will continue to be aggressive, said president Michael Bidwill, as they patch roster holes before the NFL Draft or free agency.

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