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  • Commissioner Scott considers Sunday games, Pac-12 as a new leader

    Even if the NFL lockout continues into the fall, the tradition of Sunday football might not be as nonexistent as fans believe. Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott sees an opportunity on that beloved day of the week and most likely isn’t the only conference commissioner with that mindset. “We are always looking at the chess pieces […]
  • ESPN’s Clayton thinks Bulger will be Cardinals QB

    The starting quarterback for the 2011 Arizona Cardinals will be who? ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton thinks the Cardinals could very well be going the free agent route in securing their signal caller for next season. “I still think it will probably end up being Mark Bulger,” Clayton told Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug & Wolf […]
  • NFL analyst doesn’t think Cards will take a quarterback

    Who will be under center for the Arizona Cardinals in 2011? You can probably cross two of the rookie quarterbacks off your list. According to ESPN NFL Analyst John Clayton, both Blaine Gabbert and Cam Newton won’t likely be available when the Cards make their selection at No. 5 in just a few weeks. “Neither […]
  • Tackling the Suns offseason questions

    The Phoenix Suns ended the 2010-11 season with a 40-42 record, out of the playoffs for the second time in three seasons. If they are to return to the postseason a roster that struggled with consistency throughout the year will have to undergo some changes, but what exactly will happen remains to be seen. Arizonasports.com […]
  • All the Coyotes need is faith, not Winnipeg

    As the Coyotes ready themselves for Saturday’s game against the Red Wings in Detroit, two cities are outside their respective legislature’s office, advocating for the presence of a single NHL franchise. Frantic phone calls are being made to anyone involved in the decision. Thousands of status updates and tweets are begging the team to call […]
  • An Arizona Cardinal leaves for the Arena League

    We’ve heard about players leaving the Arena Football League to chase their dreams of playing on Sundays before. Now, thanks to the NFL lockout, we’re getting a chance to hear the exact opposite and it’s effecting the Arizona Cardinals. On Thursday Cards offensive lineman Cliff Louis announced that he was joining the Cleveland Gladiators of […]
  • Cardinals looking to move up for Gabbert?

    Rumors and speculation leading up to the NFL Draft can be exciting, if not stressful. And, for a team like the Cardinals, every little bit of what-could-be-real-info has fans on the edge of their seats, waiting to react one way or another. The Cards have been linked to multiple players, most notably Von Miller and […]
  • Could the D-backs bullpen be worse than last year?

    The Arizona Diamondbacks seem to have fixed their issue at closer. That doesn’t mean they’ve fixed their bullpen problems though. The D-backs offseason, led by new general manger Kevin Towers, was spent completely revamping a bullpen that finished dead last in the majors in ERA last season. Out was a huge home run hitting third […]
  • Inside the box: Suns show positives in season-ending win

    After every Phoenix Suns game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for April 13, 2011: Suns 106, Spurs 103 While the 2010-11 season didn’t turn out well for the Phoenix Suns, the team’s season-ending win over the Spurs reminded us of some […]
  • Inside the Box: D-back pitching shelled again

    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 April 13, 2011: Cardinals 15, Diamondbacks 5 The Diamondbacks’ pitching got hammered again on Wednesday night in the St. Louis Cardinals 15-5 win over Arizona. Starter Ian Kennedy didn’t last […]
  • Where did it go wrong for the Phoenix Suns?

    Sitting here watching the Suns and the Spurs play in the final game of the regular season and I’m wondering where it all went wrong. How, why, when did it go wrong? One of my favorite U2 songs is “Moment of Surrender” off the No Line on the Horizon album. When was the Suns Moment […]
  • Grant Hill wins Majerle Hustle Award

    Suns forward Grant Hill was awarded with the Dan Majerle Hustle Award Wednesday night before the Suns-Spurs game at US Airways Center. Hill becomes the first two-time recipient of the award after winning it in 2008. The award is named after former Suns great Dan Majerle and is presented at the end of each season […]
  • Inside the Box: Coyotes waste golden opportunity

    After every Phoenix Coyotes game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for April 13, 2011: Coyotes 2, Red Wings 4 PHOENIX – The Phoenix Coyotes dropped Game 1 to the Detroit Red Wings 4-2 wasting a golden opportunity in the process. The […]
  • Upton improving strike-out ratio

    Justin Upton’s 2011 season was defined Tuesday night by a 478-foot bomb against the Cardinals but the real story may be in his low strike-out rate. Through 49 plate appearances this year, Upton has only struck out at 15 percent of his at-bats It takes around 150 plate appearances to gather a good sample size […]
  • UA star Williams to declare for NBA Draft

    Sorry Tucson. Arizona basketball star Derrick Williams, after weeks of speculation, has decided to forgo his final two years of eligibility and enter the 2011 NBA Draft, according to Arizonawildcats.com. “After careful consideration and with the support of my family and Coach Miller, I have decided to declare for the 2011 NBA Draft,” said Williams. […]
  • This season’s Suns proved importance of chemistry

    It’s been said that you never know what you have until it’s gone. Phoenix Suns fans could apply this in many ways in regards to last season’s team. There was that Amare Stoudemire fellow who called for double teams and took a lot of scoring pressure off the outside shooters. There was Robin Lopez finally […]
  • D-backs recall Vasquez, option Mickolio

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have recalled right-handed pitcher Esmerling Vasquez from Triple-A Reno and optioned right-handed pitcher Kam Mickolio to Reno, according to D-backs’ GM Kevin Towers. Mickolio came in the sixth inning of Tuesday night’s game against the Cardinals and only lasted 0.2 innings and was charged with three runs on four hits and a […]
  • Who elected the Goldwater Institute?

    Which people in Glendale elected the Goldwater Institute to protect them? It’s a simple question. One that Arizona Senator John McCain is wondering. See McCain has been in elected office for the past 29-years and isn’t quite sure at what point during that time the Goldwater Institute joined him. “Who elected the Goldwater Institute to […]
  • Erickson seeing improvements since scrimmage

    While everyone in the state focuses on the new uniform designs, Arizona State football coach Dennis Erickson is keeping his attention where it matters most: Not what his players will be playing in, but how they will be playing this fall. Following Tuesday’s spring practice, Erickson’s attitude regarding his offense was much more positive than […]
  • Report: Coyotes deal on last legs

    As the Coyotes prepare for a first round playoff series in Detroit, they may also be readying themselves for a move out of Glendale. According to The Toronto Sun, a source with knowledge of the negotiations say the deal to keep the team in Arizona is on its last legs. The source, which requested anonymity, […]