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  • Improvement for Suns must start at home

    Having a home court advantage is one of the most important things for teams hoping to make the playoffs in the NBA, though that advantage has been virtually non-existent for the Phoenix Suns this season. The team is just 13-10 at the US Airways Center after winning 32 games their last year, a mark good […]
  • NAU to take on Cal Poly in ESPNU BracketBusters

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz– Northern Arizona University will faceoff against Cal Poly of the Big West Conference as part of the 2011 ESPNU BracketBusters on Saturday, February 19. The game, which will be played in San Luis Obispo, California, is scheduled to tipoff at 8 p.m. Arizona time. It be NAU’s fifth appearance in the BracketBusters field […]
  • Green: Early success doomed Robert Sarver

    62 wins, Western Conference Finals. 54 wins, Western Conference Finals. 61 wins, Western Conference Semifinals. It’s no wonder Robert Sarver, Suns Managing General Partner, thinks everything he touches turns to gold. Since buying the team before the 2004 season from longtime owner Jerry Colangelo, the only thing the franchise has ever known was winning. However, […]
  • UA’s Jones named Pac-10 Player of the Week

    University of Arizona men’s basketball player Lamont Jones was named Pac-10 Men’s Basketball Player of the Week after leading the Wildcats to victories over UCLA and USC in Tucson this past weekend. Through the week’s two games, the sophomore guard averaged 17.0 points on 12-of-17 (.706) field goal shooting, 3-for-3 from beyond the arc and […]
  • Will ASU football have black uniforms in 2011?

    No one will ever accuse us of being fashionistas here at, but black may be the new maroon this fall, at least in Tempe. The change in color preference has nothing to do with the thousands of fashion conscious young woman who walk around Arizona State University’s campus. As a matter of fact, it […]
  • Burns: Is January 28th the Suns’ lucky day?

    If it happens again, the Suns should make January 28th an official organizational holiday. They could call it “Turnaround Day” or “New Season’s Eve” or something hokey like that. I haven’t put a ton of thought into what to call it; I’m not terribly convinced I’ll need to. Odds are I have a better chance […]
  • NAU will define season in tough final stretch

    Mid way through the Big Sky Conference season the NAU Lumberjacks find themselves at a cross roads. A year that started out so promising with an 8-4 non-conference record, including close losses to U of A, USC and Creighton, now only has two directions it can go. The Jacks can continue their inconsistent play and […]
  • Dragic likely to miss 3 games with cut on foot

    PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns guard Goran Dragic will miss tonight’s game against the New Orleans Hornets because of a cut on his left foot. Dragic stepped on glass at his home Saturday, according to a team press release. He received nine stitches. Dragic is listed as day-to-day, but he will likely miss the next three […]
  • Soft no more, Suns take down Celtics

    PHOENIX – Robin Gortat. Marcin Lopez. No matter the combination Friday night, the Suns centers set the tone early in Phoenix’s 88-71 win over the Boston Celtics. Combining for 30 points and 20 rebounds, Robin Lopez and Marcin Gortat played well throughout the game, giving the Suns an inside presence against a team that makes […]
  • Schefter talks Cards offseason options

    ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter joined Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash Friday to discuss the Cardinals defensive coordinator and quarterback search this offseason. Schefter said he believes Miami Dolphins assistant head coach and secondary coach Todd Bowles is a good option for the defensive coordinator position. He also said Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt […]
  • Hill discusses Suns playoff hopes

    PHOENIX- Phoenix Suns guard Grant Hill discussed the team’s hopes for reaching the postseason Friday. Despite having dropped to the No. 11 in the Western Conference following a three-game losing streak, Hill is still optimistic. “I think when you are in the midst of a season and in the midst of a tough season, a […]
  • Bowles leads D-coordinator search; Bulger likely quarterback replacement

    PHOENIX – It’s no secret that change is coming to the Arizona Cardinals in 2011. After last season’s quarterback merry-go-round and the firing of defensive coordinator Bill Davis, ESPN NFL insider John Clayton believes he has the answers to the important personnel and player decisions that Ken Whisenhunt faces this offseason. According to Clayton on […]
  • Suns ‘human basketball’ says dunk was an accident

    PHOENIX- Thursday a video made the rounds on the Internet of a member of the Phoenix Suns Verve Sol Patrol, a group who entertains fans during timeouts, completing quite the unique dunk. While unique, interesting and even bizarre dunks off of trampolines are the norm in arenas across the NBA this one was truly special. […]
  • Suns host Celtics hoping for end to 3-game skid

    PHOENIX – An apparent advantage may actually be a disadvantage when the Phoenix Suns play host to the Boston Celtics Friday night. The Celtics had to face Portland Thursday night, but playing Boston on the second night of back-to-back games may not be such a good thing for the Suns. The Suns are just 3 […]
  • Suns can’t live by the 3-pointer any longer

    PHOENIX – Wednesday’s loss to the Charlotte Bobcats brought something to the attention of the Phoenix Suns: they can’t always win by the 3-pointer. It used to be that if the Suns were hitting their shots from behind the arc they were nearly unbeatable. When they missed their 3’s, they were in trouble. Now whether […]
  • Changes coming if Suns continue to struggle

    The Phoenix Suns are no strangers to struggles this year. For much of the season the team has failed to live up to expectations, and Wednesday’s loss to the sub .500 Charlotte Bobcats was no different. The team failed to reach the free throw line in the second half, blew a seven-point third quarter lead […]
  • Forbes: Suns are NBA’s 8th most-valuable team

    The Phoenix Suns may be struggling on the court, but according to Forbes they are still in the upper echelon of NBA franchises when it comes to team value. The Suns came in eighth on the list with a total value of $411 million. Former Sun Amar’e Stoudemire now plays for the top-rated team, with […]
  • Ultimate Arizona Sports Fantasy Draft – Arizona Diamondbacks

    This week the NHL will partake in its first ever All-Star Game Fantasy Draft. The draft, much like those that take place on playgrounds around the world on a daily basis, will pit team captains Niklas Lidstrom and Eric Staal against each other while they select who their teammates for the game will be from […]
  • Coyotes, NHL claim bond report is false

    A report Wednesday out of Canada claimed the efforts to sell bonds, which are crucial to keeping the Coyotes in the Valley, had failed in public bond markets. According to the Phoenix Business Journal, both the NHL and the Coyotes say that’s simply not true. “This is a completely inaccurate report,” said Glendale spokeswoman Julie […]
  • Suns’ Babby clarifies, gives explanation to fans

    PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns are struggling. They have been since the season started in late October. With a record of 20-24 and currently four games out of playoff contention fans are understandably frustrated. After all, this is a team that was within two wins of making the NBA Finals just last season. After their […]