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  • Goldschmidt, Skaggs to participate in Futures Game

    Arizona Diamondbacks prospects Tyler Skaggs and Paul Goldschmidt have been named to the MLB All-Star Futures Game at Chase Field on July 10. The Futures Game is an annual part of All-Star week that consists of the best minor league prospects from the United States playing an exhibition game against the best prospects from around […]
  • Phoenix Suns Draft Watch

    With all the NBA mock drafts and speculation out there we decided it was time for someone to simplify the entire process. With that in mind we put together our Suns NBA Draft Watch where you can find out who’s moving up, who’s moving down and who’s just not moving at all. Rank Player Reason […]
  • Wilson, Lenon, Adams among league leaders in stops

    The goal of a defense is to stop the opposing team from advancing the ball, and ultimately from scoring. While the job of stopping the offense rests on the defense as a whole, it is up to specific individuals to make tackles on players. As is the case in all walks of life, some are […]
  • Coyotes to host Winnipeg in home-opener

    The Phoenix Coyotes will host Winnipeg in their 2011 home opener. After there was much talk about the Coyotes being relocated to Winnipeg at the end of last season, the team will play their first home game against the new franchise. The Coyotes will play their first three games of next season on the road […]
  • ASU’s Carson on Team USA

    The USA Basketball U19 World Championship team announced their 12-man roster on Thursday. The team will travel to Lithuania to defend the gold medal won in 2009. Arizona State recruit Jahii Carson was the youngest player to be named to the team and is the only player on the squad with no collegiate experience. As […]
  • Chase Field attendance on the rise

    Fans like winners. No one likes to spend money to support and watch a losing team, but as the Diamondbacks continue to win, attendance at Chase Field continues to grow. “Game attendance closely correlates with winning, and though the Diamondbacks are doing just that, it usually takes a while for the fans’ psyche to catch […]
  • Suns extend offer to Brooks, get more time for Carter

    The Phoenix Suns Thursday announced they have extended a qualifying offer to restricted free agent Aaron Brooks, giving them the right to match any contract he signs with a different team. When it comes to Vince Carter, who has an $18 million contract but just a $4 million buyout, the Suns decided they needed more […]
  • Eagles’ asking price for Kevin Kolb has changed

    The lockout could cost the Arizona Cardinals a lot more than OTAs and mini camps. It could cost them a player. It’s starting to sound like the price the Philadelphia Eagles are seeking for Kevin Kolb may have changed thanks to all the free time on their hands. They believe they’re contenders in 2011 so, […]
  • Inside the Box: Diamondbacks hold on for victory, stay in first place

    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 June 22, 2011: Diamondbacks 3, Royals 2 The Good: The fifth inning for the Diamondbacks ended up being all they needed. They were able to score three runs on four […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Chris Singleton

    Chris Singleton is as ready to play in the NBA as anyone in this draft, he is a physical specimen at 6-9, 230 lbs. When you watch Singleton play it is hard not to get frustrated, he is always the most talented player on the court, but rarely do you get to see that talent. […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Alec Burks

    Alec Burks may provide something the franchise has not seen in nearly 20 years, a dynamic scoring shooting guard. He has the perfect frame, 6-6 195 lbs. and is both long and athletic. As an attacking offensive guard he is the best in the class with an elite ability to get to the free-throw line […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Markieff Morris

    Markieff Morris is known as the other half of the Morris Twins of Kansas, he is the bigger of the two at 6-8, 241 lbs. His calling card is defense and rebounding, both are attributes that the current group of Suns big men already possess. The skills of Markieff went largely unnoticed by the casual […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Tristan Thompson

    Tristan Thompson is an athletic power forward standing 6-8 who, in just one year at the University of Texas proved to be a top prospect. What makes Thompson unique was the rapid development he showed on defense in one year, his offense is not far behind. Physically he is ready for the NBA, he may […]
  • Who will the Phoenix Suns take at No. 13?

    Who will the Phoenix Suns select with the No. 13 pick in Thursday’s NBA draft? That’s the question we posed to the hosts at Sports 620 KTAR and the staff at and they gave us some interesting answers. Do you agree or disagree with the guys? Let us know who you think the Phoenix […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Kemba Walker

    Kemba Walker was the player of the year in college basketball, the slight point guard is only 6-1, 184 lbs, but plays with a bigger heart than anyone. In his first two years Walker was scrutinized for not being what most viewed him to be. He was not passing enough, he was not scoring enough […]
  • NBA Draft Profile: Marcus Morris

    Marcus Morris is the more commonly known Morris twin due to his scoring prowess. While he stands 6-9, 230 lbs. the dynamic scoring big man insists he is able to play the small forward in the NBA. His handle and shooting insist he can play on the perimeter, scoring is not where Marcus is questioned. […]
  • If D-backs are to win, bullpen will be the reason

    As Diamondbacks fans know all too well, a bad bullpen can derail a season before it really even begins. Conversely, a good bullpen can not only help a team win games, but carry a squad through a season. That fact is not lost on D-backs manager Kirk Gibson, who joined Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and […]
  • Trading Nash to Minnesota would be cruel

    Despite what ESPN’s Chad Ford has claimed, the Phoenix Suns are saying they aren’t trading Steve Nash to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Maybe that’s because they realized just how mean that would be to the former MVP. “I’m all for trading Nash and getting what you can for him because you know the end is near […]
  • Could Williams replace Nash at the box office?

    If the Phoenix Suns were to trade Steve Nash they would not only be losing their point guard, but the face of the franchise as well. The most well-known Sun, the team would have to weigh the on-court losses as well as the ones at the box office, as they’d surely have to find a […]
  • (Un)Lucky No. 13 for the Suns in draft

    When the Suns give their pick to Commissioner David Stern they will be OK as long as they do not write “Jay Humphries, Colorado point guard” on the card. The last time the Suns were in this position, drafting with the lucky number 13, they selected the talented-but-disappointing point guard. Humphries appeared in only 294 […]