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  • D-backs share favorite Opening Day memories with season on hold

    The Diamondbacks' 2020 Opening Day is postponed. But that didn't stop Arizona Sports from having guests on 98.7 FM to talk Opening Day memories.
  • GM James Jones mum on Suns coronavirus testing, arena plans

    Suns general manager James Jones joined Doug & Wolf Friday to discuss the latest as the team waits out the coronavirus suspension.
  • GM James Jones asks Suns, staff to rest at start of coronavirus break

    The Phoenix Suns have been asked by GM James Jones to stay home to begin a 30-day break caused by the coronavirus concerns that suspended the NBA season.
  • Coyotes CEO Ahron Cohen: NHL’s pause is ‘fluid,’ but resuming games expected

    The National Hockey League's pause of its season has affected the Arizona Coyotes. There's only one certainty: The situation is fluid.
  • Suns’ GM James Jones optimistic about NBA finishing regular season

    Suns GM James Jones is using the NBA's coronavirus suspension to reflect and to work. But he's still hopeful that the season will resume.
  • D-backs CEO Derrick Hall: ‘Business as usual’ until MLB, gov’t makes call

    Derrick Hall said that it was business as usual as MLB discusses how to handle measures to protect teams and fans from spreading the coronavirus.
  • Diamondbacks cancel Thursday game vs. Brewers due to weather

    The Arizona Diamondbacks canceled their spring training game against the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday due to inclement weather.
  • Coronavirus holds ASU band, spirit squad back from Pac-12 Tournament

    Arizona State will be without its school band and spirit squad as the Sun Devils head to Vegas for the Pac-12 basketball tournament.
  • GM: Deandre Ayton’s ankle sprain history has Suns being proactive

    Deandre Ayton has sprained his ankle five known times before his second NBA season has ended. GM James Jones said the Suns are being proactive about it.
  • Suns hope Kelly Oubre can return after knee surgery; Oubre sporting cane

    Phoenix Suns general manager James Jones remains optimistic that forward Kelly Oubre Jr. can return this season from right meniscus surgery.
  • ‘I can feel it’: Budda Baker believes in improvement of Cardinals defense

    For the first time in his three-year career, Budda Baker will have consecutive seasons under the same coaching staff. That should help the defense improve.
  • Bobby Hurley: Improved Pac-12 has ASU vying for top-4 spot

    Before ASU basketball can focus on the NCAA Tournament, the Pac-12 Tournament is on the horizon. The Sun Devils have business to take care of.
  • Could Isaiah Simmons fall to Cardinals, fix TE woes? Mel Kiper Jr. thinks so

    Arizona Cardinals GM Steve Keim has a tendency to think unconventionally. If Clemson LB Isaiah Simmons falls to them, he could help the team's TE coverage.
  • ESPN’s Mel Kiper: Potential QB run could help Cardinals in NFL Draft

    Could three or four quarterbacks get selected in the NFL Draft before the Arizona Cardinals pick? That could help them at No. 8.
  • Monty Williams: Kelly Oubre won’t be with Suns for a while after knee injury

    Phoenix Suns head coach Monty Williams is still awaiting a more specific diagnosis and a plan of action to comment on a knee injury to Kelly Oubre Jr.
  • Hall: D-backs visited Vancouver to prepare for Chase Field emergency

    "... if that (Chase Field) roof won't close in the middle of summer, we can't play here," Diamondbacks CEO Derrick Hall said.
  • D-backs GM Mike Hazen OK with MadBum’s other interests

    D-backs GM Mike Hazen addressed the rodeo issue involving Madison Bumgarner -- a.k.a. Mason Saunders -- when he joined 98.7 FM Arizona's Sports Station.
  • Bill Walton on Dave Pasch, ASU hoops, the Superstitions and Caliendo

    Doug & Wolf asked Bill Walton some questions about Arizona State hoops, the Pac-12 and Dave Pasch. Sometimes he answered them.
  • Remy Martin’s passion for basketball helped him get better each year at ASU

    Remy Martin wasn't a five-star recruit, but his intangibles have helped him improve into a Pac-12 Player of the Year contender.
  • Valley boy: D-backs’ Kole Calhoun embraces being face of Buckeye

    Kole Calhoun has links to quite a few Arizona cities in the Phoenix area and even outside of it. But he's mostly called a product of Buckeye.

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