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  • Mercury open July 25 vs. Sparks, WNBA releases 2020 schedule

    The Phoenix Mercury will open a 22-game regular season schedule on national TV against the Los Angeles Sparks on July 25.
  • Coronavirus in sports: Yankees CL Chapman tests positive for COVID-19

    We're tracking coronavirus' outbreak within the sports world as the virus threatens the health and safety of people around the world.
  • Phoenix Mercury’s Penny Taylor steps away from assistant coach job

    Phoenix Mercury assistant coach Penny Taylor is stepping away to focus on being a full-time mother, the team announced Monday.
  • WNBA: 7 test positive for coronavirus as Mercury, others arrive in Florida

    The WNBA announced that seven of 137 players tested for coronavirus have positive results. The Phoenix Mercury remain set to arrive in Florida on Monday.
  • Coronavirus cancellation timeline: MLB cancels All-Star Game

    Here's a look at everything that's transpired and all things impacted by the coronavirus this week in the sports landscape.
  • WNBA announces plan to play 22-game season in Florida

    The WNBA has announced plans to play the 2020 season, comprised of 22 games and played at a hub site in Florida amid the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Rising FC’s Zac Lubin joins Arizona athletes to speak out against racism

    Athletes, coaches and teams in Arizona have spoken out against racism in the wake of the death of George Floyd, who died in the custody of police officers.
  • COVID-19 pandemic forces Mercury to cut players without seeing them

    The Phoenix Mercury cut four players despite not having a training camp yet because of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Arizona athletes, teams take part in ‘Black Out Tuesday’ on social media

    Members of the Arizona sports community participated in posting a blank black image to social media, sometimes accompanied with statements or commentary.
  • Suns head coach Monty Williams ‘angry, afraid and in pain’ amid riots

    Statements issued by the Suns, Mercury and Suns head coach Monty Williams called for change after riots were seen impacting Talking Stick Resort Arena.
  • Robert Sarver gives a tour of the Phoenix Suns’ new practice facility

    The floor of the Phoenix Suns' new practice courts have been laid, and construction continues at the facility set to open later this summer.
  • Phoenix Mercury waive 4 players to trim roster to 11

    The Phoenix Mercury announced Tuesday that it waived four players, bringing the size of its roster to 11 as the WNBA season is on hold.
  • Voting open for Arizona Sports Hall of Fame 2020 class

    Forty former athletes and contributors to the high school, college and pro ranks are on the ballot.
  • Mercury, WNBA teams must cut rosters down to 12 by May 26

    The Phoenix Mercury will have to cut four players in the next week without training camp so players can start getting paid June 1.
  • AllAZ video call features Arizona sports coaches, players, celebrities

    An AllAZ Zoom video conference call released on Wednesday grew and grew as it went on, with the guest list getting more eclectic as it went along.
  • Mercury select Willoughby in 2020 WNBA Draft, trade to New York

    The Phoenix Mercury selected Virginia forward Jocelyn Willoughby with the 10th overall selection in the 2020 WNBA Draft and traded her to New York.
  • Brittney Griner-led Phoenix Suns fall to Jazz in NBA 2K20

    Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner came up short on Saturday night as she wasn't able to get the Phoenix Suns a victory over the Utah Jazz in NBA 2K20.
  • Phoenix Mercury, Brittney Griner up next on broadcast of NBA 2K20

    Phoenix Mercury center Brittner Griner will represent her team by controlling them on NBA 2K20 in a stream presented by the Suns.
  • Arizona teams collaborate on #AllAZ video amid coronavirus

    Arizona sports teams jointly released an #AllAZ video showing support for essential workers who keep the country running during the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Diana Taurasi speaks, Booker and Nash attend Kobe Bryant memorial

    Among the many famous faces to attend the Celebration of Life of Kobe Bryant were Phoenix greats Diana Taurasi, Devin Booker and Steve Nash.