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  • Devin Booker done waiting in bubble to compete for Suns, itching to get back

    Phoenix Suns shooting guard Devin Booker has complimented the NBA on the bubble setup in Orlando but he's also just ready to get back to basketball.
  • NFL to allow players to wear social justice decals on helmets

    The NFL is planning to allow players to have decals on the back of their helmets bearing name of victims of systemic racism and police violence.
  • Rescheduled 2020 NBA Draft Lottery reportedly moved up 5 days

    The 2020 NBA Draft Lottery, which had been rescheduled to Aug. 25 because of the coronavirus pandemic, has now reportedly been moved up five days.
  • MLB doubles camera angles for instant replay reviews of umpires

    Major League Baseball has doubled the isolated camera angles available for video review of umpire calls during games this season.
  • ASU football gets 5th commitment over past week in CB Robert Regan

    ASU football added its fourth commitment in less than a week, getting Orange Lutheran High School cornerback Robert Regan.
  • Report: Cardinals agree to terms with 3rd-round draft pick OT Josh Jones

    The Arizona Cardinals and offensive tackle Josh Jones have reportedly come to terms on a rookie contract.
  • Cardinals breakout candidates: S Jalen Thompson showed fast learning curve

    What Cardinals S Jalen Thompson went through as a supplemental draftee in 2019 will resemble the learning curve for rookies this coronavirus-impaired offseason.
  • Report: Cardinals agree to terms with 1st-round pick Isaiah Simmons

    The Cardinals have reportedly agreed to a deal with their first-round pick of out of Clemson, Isaiah Simmons, for a 4-year, fully-guaranteed deal.
  • Trivia Tuesday: Most Opening Day starts for each MLB team

    Can you name the pitcher who has made the most Opening Day starts for each team in Major League Baseball? That's your Trivia Tuesday task this week!
  • Ildemaro Vargas’ summer power surge continues in D-backs’ exhibition loss

    Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Ildemaro Vargas might be emerging as the team's best designated hitter option, as he homered again this summer.
  • Dario Saric returns to Suns in great shape with uncertain future ahead

    Phoenix Suns power forward Dario Saric couldn't find his footing this season and his future with the team is up in the air.
  • Reports: NFL offers NFLPA plan to cancel preseason games

    Despite reported plans to reduce the 2020 preseason to only two games, the NFL has now reportedly offered the NFLPA to cancel the preseason entirely.
  • Reports: Coyotes execs met with pending UFA Taylor Hall

    The Arizona Coyotes' owner and CEO reportedly met with free agent-to-be Taylor Hall for dinner last week, according to multiple reports.
  • Philadelphia Eagles waive former Arizona Wildcats QB Khalil Tate

    The Philadelphia Eagles have waived former Arizona Wildcats quarterback Khalil Tate, the team announced Monday afternoon.
  • NBA announces 0 positive coronavirus tests in past week

    The NBA announced that the coronavirus tests the league has conducted in the last seven days yielded no positive test results.
  • NFL, players union agree on coronavirus testing protocol

    The NFL And the NFLPA have agreed on the league's coronavirus testing protocol, beginning with daily coronavirus testing for the first two weeks.
  • Arizona Coyotes to host bottled water drive at Gila River Arena

    The Arizona Coyotes announced Monday they will be hosting a bottled water drive at Gila River Arena on July 27 from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  • NHL releases COVID-19 testing data; 2 players test positive

    The National Hockey League released information about its COVID-19 testing and how many players returned with positive results.
  • Former ASU golfer Jon Rahm sees fast rise to world No. 1

    Jon Rahm, formerly the world No. 1 amateur at Arizona State, is now the world No. 1-ranked professional golfer. He got there quickly.
  • California high school sports moved back to December or January

    California high school sports, including football, may not start until December 2020 or January 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic.