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  • Another calls for Suns to trade Steve Nash

    The NBA is currently locked out, so no player movement is possible. However, that won’t stop people from speculating on what could — and should — happen once the lockout is lifted, and the Suns are likely to be at the forefront of many a conversation. The most likely topic? Steve Nash, and whether or […]
  • D-backs’ Kennedy gets win No. 20

    PHOENIX — Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Ian Kennedy gave a dominating performance in grabbing his 20th win of the season. Pitching eight innings and giving up only one hit — to Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Jeff Karstens –, Kennedy became the National League’s first 20-game winner this season. “It was a fastball right down the middle, I’m […]
  • Kirk Gibson talks 1-0 win, Kennedy winning No. 20

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  • Ian Kennedy talks about getting his 20th win

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  • Inside the Box: Kennedy notches 20th win

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for September 19, 2011: Diamondbacks 1, Pirates 0 The Good: Ian Kennedy was simply brilliant. The ace pitched 8 innings, allowing just one hit and one walk while striking out a […]
  • Mark Schlabach betting on Pac 12 expansion

    ESPN’s Mark Schlabach joined Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf show to discuss the possibility of Pac-12 expansion. Schlabach broke down the situation going on right now with Big 12 teams looking at a move to the Pac-12 or possibly elsewhere. “Larry Scott, the Pac-12 commissioner, has got to convince these other Pac-12 presidents that […]
  • Is Darnell Dockett doggin’ it with his new deal?

    Doug Franz of Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf show doesn’t think that Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett has played up to his potential since he signed a contract extension in 2010. “I think that ever since Darnell Dockett signed his contract he’s become average,” said Franz. Average is not a word you associate […]
  • Faith in Kolb: QB would have led Cardinals to win

    The Cardinals had the ball on their own 20, trailing the Redskins for the first time since about midway through the third quarter. In his career, Kevin Kolb had engineered all of zero game-winning drives in the fourth quarter. His team down 22-21 with just 1:45 left, this would have been a good time to […]
  • Cardinals need to fix their struggling defense

    The Arizona Cardinals defense has looked less than inspiring in the first two weeks of the season. Arizona has given up more than 300 yards passing in each of the first two games and even the run defense, which was a bright spot in Week 1, was exploited by the Redskins Sunday. The Cardinals are […]
  • Cardinals ran the ball well when they actually ran the ball

    The Arizona Cardinals averaged 6.2 yards per carry Sunday, nearly one-and-a-half yards per carry better than their opponent. However, the Washington Redskins picked up 172 yards on 35 carries, whereas the Cardinals tallied just 93 on 15. And of those 15 just three came in the first half, helping the Cards head into the intermission […]
  • ASU seeing ‘red’ after game at Illinois

    Coaches and players watch game film each week — some more than others — and some will watch the same film several times. “It’s until I feel I got out of the tape what I need,” ASU quarterback Brock Osweiler explained Monday. He watched the film from Saturday’s loss in Illinois once. Then he watched […]
  • D-backs call up top prospect Jarrod Parker

    The Arizona Diamondbacks called up pitcher Jarrod Parker from Double-A Mobile. Parker, the team’s top pick in 2007, has been rated the top overall prospect for the D-backs the past three years. This is Parker’s first season since undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2009, and in 26 games has an 11-8 record with a 3.79 […]
  • Former Cardinal Hightower knew who to provoke

    After seemingly moving the ball at will, the Washington Redskins saw their first drive of the game stall at the Cardinals’ 20 when Rex Grossman threw incomplete to Santana Moss. Or not. There was some pushing and shoving after the play, enough to draw a 15-yard personal foul penalty on Cardinal Kerry Rhodes. The man […]
  • Four Down Territory: Cardinals at Redskins

    On the one hand, if you look at the numbers, the Cardinals were lucky they didn’t get whacked the way they usually do when they jump a couple of time zones. On the other hand, if you were watching the game you know it was a game the Cardinals could have won……should have won. A […]
  • What if Coyotes’ Mike Smith doesn’t work out?

    The Phoenix Coyotes signed former Dallas Stars and Tampa Bay Lightning goalie Mike Smith in the offseason to replace want-away netminder Ilya Bryzgalov. The problem is, Smith is injury-prone and spent half of last season with the Norfolk Admirals in the AHL. He played well — when he played — for Tampa Bay last season […]
  • Report: Pac-16 with Texas getting closer

    The Pac-12 may already be growing. According to ESPN’s Pac-12 Blog, a Texas newspaper said talks are heating up between four schools, including Texas, and Pac-12 officials. One of the biggest deal breakers for Texas, the newly-created Longhorn Network, seems to have been addressed. The new report said that Texas will be allowed to keep […]
  • Inside the Box: Saunders goes 8.2 innings in win

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for September 18, 2011: Diamondbacks 5, Padres 1 The Good: Starter Joe Saunders went out with a mission on Sunday. His team was on a three-game slide and is working to […]
  • Snapshot: Redskins sneak by Cardinals

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  • Inside the Box: D-backs continue to slide

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for September 17, 2011: Padres 3, Diamondbacks 1 The Good: The Diamondbacks didn’t do much right on Saturday, but they didn’t do much wrong either. In their third consecutive loss, the […]
  • Pac-12 teams should pay Illinois defense

    Pay up, Pac-12. When Arizona State lost to unranked Illinois on Saturday night in Champaign, they did more than blow a game they should have won. They created video gold out of the Fighting Illini’s game film. ASU’s offensive line allowed quarterback Brock Osweiler to be sacked six — count ’em, six — times on […]