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  • Carson likely to make team USA

    Coming off a last place finish is usually nothing to be rave about, but incoming recruit Jahii Carson has Sun Devils fans excited about the upcoming basketball season. Carson, who has been billed as the savior of Sun Devils basketball, spent the weekend trying out for USA Basketball’s U19 team. The Arizona Republic reported that […]
  • If D-backs are to contend they’ll need to add a bat

    It is pretty apparent, at this point in the season, that the Arizona Diamondbacks are a pretty good baseball team. Just a half-game behind the San Francisco Giants, the D-backs can conceivably win the NL West — if they make some additions. “It’s becoming more and more apparent that the Diamondbacks, they need a bat, […]
  • Who will play DH for D-backs this week?

    With the Arizona Diamondbacks packing their bags and heading on a six-game road trip to American League ballparks they’ll need a designated hitter. (You know the position that Crash Davis and baseball traditionalists lament about?) On Saturday the club cut infielder Sean Burroughs to make room for a player from the minor leagues who could […]
  • Are fans to blame for ASU’s struggles?

    Fans often blame coaches and players for the lack of success the ASU football program has experienced, however fans never seem to point the fingers at themselves. While fans may not think they have an impact on the game because they do not call plays like coaches or score touchdowns like players, they do have […]
  • Swinging more is the key to Upton’s success

    Name an offensive statistic and chances are Justin Upton is getting better at it. Not only has the Arizona right fielder increased his batting average from .273 last year to .302 this year, but he has also drastically improved his knowledge of the strike zone. According to a fangraphs.com, the average major league hitter strikes […]
  • Gortat for Derrick Williams? 10 reasons for pulling the trigger

    Though it may be difficult to believe sometimes, I am a Phoenix Suns fan. I grew up watching the team and would like nothing more than to see someone wearing purple and orange hoist the Larry O’Brien Trophy. It is for those reasons why I have been frustrated with the moves they’ve made over the […]
  • Whisenhunt hints at Kolb or Orton

    Most talk pertaining to the Arizona Cardinals quarterback position has come from people with no actual say in the matter (like us). Monday someone whose job security is directly connected to the move weighed in on the matter. Cards head coach Ken Whisenhunt joined the SiriusXM NFL Radio show the Blitz and had some interesting […]
  • Another analyst thinks Kolb makes Cards contenders

    It’s hard to believe that the Arizona Cardinals will be worse this year than they were last. If they are, something has gone horribly wrong (like them signing Derek Anderson part deux — we’re looking at you Marc Bulger). The notion of the Cards being bad if they acquire Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Kevin Kolb […]
  • Suns likely to buyout Vince Carter

    Not only is the NBA Draft a place for teams to select new players for their franchises, but it is also a time to trade current players and make a variety of other roster moves. According to the Arizona Republic’s Paul Coro, one of the roster moves the Phoenix Suns are likely to make involves […]
  • Watch your golf, I’ll take baseball on Father’s Day

    In front of us was the father who brought his three boys to the ballpark. One of them had allegedly spit in the Cold Stone ice cream that belonged to the youngest. While he pleaded his case to his dad, the accused only laughed. Next to him; a tug of war between a dad who […]
  • Biymobo is — maybe — the right choice for the Suns

    Potential Suns draftee Bismack Biyombo could be the solution to the Suns’ rebounding problem, if what he promised holds true. The incoming rookie told Scott Howard-Cooper with NBA.com that he not only is confident he will lead the NBA in rebounds and blocked shots this season, he’s sure of it. “I don’t care how tough […]
  • Inside the Box: Vasquez blows game in the eighth

    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 18, 2011: White Sox 8, Diamondbacks 2 The Good: An eighth inning rally showed the White Sox what the D-backs could do, thought it ended up falling far short […]
  • Inside the Box: Duke only goes five

    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 18, 2011: White Sox 6, Diamondbacks 2 The Good: The D-backs showed their offensive potential in the fourth inning on Saturday night. Before the White Sox knew what hit […]
  • Analyst: Fredette to NBA is a tricky question

    The question of how Jimmer Fredette will fare in the NBA is becoming as big of a question of where he’ll be chosen in the draft. The Phoenix Suns have been linked quite often as of late to selecting the former BYU standout player with their thirteenth overall pick as a replacement for the aging […]
  • Suns could move for another first round pick

    The NBA draft is Thursday and the rumors are beginning to fly about teams moving for more picks on draft day.
  • Hudson has quite a night in CG win over White Sox

    Daniel Hudson was traded from the Chicago White Sox to the Arizona Diamondbacks July 31st, 2010. On June 17, 2011 the righ-hander showed his former team what they are missing out on. “Obviously it was a little bit special, but I didn’t have any different mentality going out there than I have the whole year, […]
  • NBA analyst thinks Suns aren’t looking to rebuild

    Are the Phoenix Suns in rebuilding mode or trying to stay in contention? Are they looking to get better on the defensive end or staying committed to the run and gun style? It sounds like all of the above. If it sounds a little spastic, we understand. Just call them the NBA’s Sybil According to […]
  • D-backs close to Giants in standings, not in talent

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have been outscored 36-26 by the San Francisco Giants as the defending World Series champs have taken seven of nine games from team in Sedona Red. Four of the seven losses have been by one run, though, leading many to think that the Diamondbacks, while maybe not being right there with the […]
  • Upton plays better when the games matter

    There are plenty of reasons for Justin Upton’s resurgence this year. Upton, in his fourth full season with the Diamondbacks (fifth overall), is hitting .291 with 12 home runs and 35 RBI for a team that is contending for the NL West crown. And that, he said, is one of the reasons for his good […]
  • Suns want UA’s Williams but at what price?

    What do Minnesota and Poland have in common? Other than extremely cold weather, both may be able to claim Marcin Gortat as their own in the near future. As part of his NBA Draft blog on ESPN.com, Chad Ford dropped an interesting nugget of information on Phoenix Suns fans. The team may be interested in […]