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  • Suns can’t, won’t get equal value for Steve Nash

    Though they are consistently denying the possibility, if the Phoenix Suns were to trade Steve Nash they would be faced with an unfortunate reality. “I think the window, they’ve missed the window on getting equal or better value for their piece known as Steve Nash,” Sports 620 KTAR’s Ron Wolfley said on the Doug and […]
  • D-backs want to look internally before making trade

    When Kevin Towers was hired as the general manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks he had two goals in mind: get the team to play .500 or better baseball and develop a strong farm system. So far, so good. While many outside the organization are surprised to see the D-backs six games over .500, Towers thought […]
  • Jimmer could adopt a Nash-like mentality

    One of the more favorable comparisons for BYU’s Jimmer Fredette has been Steve Nash. Excellent shooters who also share the ability to…umm…play basketball, Ron Wolfley from Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug and Wolf show said the soon-to-be-rookie could prove the comparison right — if he can handle the ball. “I think Jimmer Fredette could adopt a […]
  • Teams keep asking about Nash, Suns keep turning them down

    Some NBA teams are like the guy that keeps hitting on the same woman despite being turned down over and over again, they just can’t take a hint. That’s because, despite the Phoenix Suns front office claiming a zillion times — make that a zillion and one — they won’t trade Steve Nash, teams still […]
  • The last eight drafts haven’t been pretty for Suns

    Got a friend, let’s call him … Craig. Craig — grumpy that he wasted nine bucks — insists that Hangover 2 was a summer blockbuster bomb. Just for fun, and to be a pain in his backside, I looked it up. A movie that was filmed on a budget of $35 million has, to date, […]
  • Suns adamant about not dealing Nash or Gortat

    Remember that game you used to play as a kid where you’d stare at another person and the first one to blink lost? The Phoenix Suns and certain writers around the league are in the midst of an epic one of those games right now. In three days, three separate rumors involving the Suns made […]
  • Suns squash report of initiating trade talks involving Nash

    The Phoenix Suns once again had to answer a report that mentions a potential trade of their star point guard Steve Nash. The Suns’ answer to the report is the same as it has been; no, Nash won’t be getting traded. Lon Babby, Suns President of Basketball Operations, called Sports 620 KTAR’s Doug & Wolf […]
  • Inside the Box: D-backs build to win in K.C.

    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: Diamondbacks 7, Royals 2 The Good: The D-backs hitters put together a string of runs over four-innings that built them to a win and also looked to […]
  • Diamondbacks should resist urge to deal prospects

    Just a half-game out of first in the NL West, the Arizona Diamondbacks are likely to be more buyer than seller at this year’s MLB trade deadline. That concept concerns Sports 620 KTAR’s Mark Asher. “As of right now, what I believe, I’m telling you right now I’m not adding a player that would cost […]
  • What happens if Suns trade up and D-Will is gone?

    Rumors have circulated that the Suns are interested in trading up to get the No. 2 selection in the NBA Draft and, presumably, Arizona’s Derrick Williams. What if, though, they make a deal with Minnesota only to watch Cleveland take Williams with the first-overall pick? “That would be the risk, you move up to number […]
  • Suns ready for anything in Thursday’s draft

    What does visiting eight different countries and attending 120 practices and or games over a five month period get an NBA franchise? Other than jet lag and a serious case of home sickness, it gets them a completed draft board. That’s the path the Phoenix Suns director of player personnel John Treloar traveled to help […]
  • Diamondbacks bring up Wily Mo Pena

    Ready for Interleague Play, the Arizona Diamondbacks called up Wily Mo Pena from Triple-A Reno. He is expected to be the the team’s designated hitter. The 29-year-old Pena was hitting .363 with 21 home runs and 63 RBI in 63 games for the Aces, leading the Pacific Coast League in home runs and slugging percentage […]
  • NHL says more than one buyer interested in Coyotes

    The Phoenix Coyotes have been rumored to be ‘hooking up’ with so many different potential owners over the last few years they are starting to sound like a soap opera character (or a pop star, take your pick). According to Rogers Sportsnet’s John Shannon, It sounds like we may soon be able to add another […]
  • Suns call Gortat trade rumors unfounded

    Marcin Gortat shouldn’t hand in his t-shirts and shorts for parkas and show boots just yet. Despite trade rumors that suggest the Phoenix Suns are looking to deal their center and the No. 13 pick to Minnesota for the No. 2 pick and Nikola Pekovic, the team’s front office sounds like they don’t want to […]
  • Suns not ready to decide on Carter, Brooks contracts

    While the Suns worry about who they will be adding to the roster via Thursday’s draft, questions remain about a couple of players who are currently on the roster. Vince Carter and Aaron Brooks both face an uncertain offseason, with Brooks being a restricted free agent and Carter having a $4 million buyout option on […]
  • Diamondbacks embark on crucial stretch of games

    If the Arizona Diamondbacks are to make a run in the National League West they’ll first have to get through the AL Central and a slew of road games. As Interleague Play continues the Diamondbacks hit the road to take on the Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers before returning home to battle the Cleveland […]
  • One analyst compares Jimmer to Steve Nash

    Most experts have wondered whether Jimmer Fredette is a point guard or a shooting guard in the NBA. His size would suggest the former but his play at BYU would suggest the latter. Don’t tell that to CBS’ Seth Davis though, he’d like you to believe Jimmer can play the point like someone near and […]
  • Wildcats bring 7-footer in for unofficial visit

    Sean Miller is continuing his strong recruiting efforts, bringing 7-footer Kaleb Tarczewski for an unofficial visit. Tarczewski, who is also being recruited by Kansas and North Carolina, said there is plenty to like about Arizona. “Coach (Sean) Miller is a great guy. I really like how he does things. He came to the school this […]
  • Trading Robin Lopez this year isn’t a good idea

    It’s no secret that Robin Lopez was a disappointment last season for the Phoenix Suns. That disappointment has lead many people to speculate that the center’s day’s in the desert are numbered. Don’t count Sports 620 KTAR’s Ron Wolfley as one of them. On the Doug and Wolf show Tuesday he made it very clear […]
  • Cardinals trying, ever so hard, to practice

    With the lockout maybe, possibly and wishfully nearing an end, the time for teams to begin readying for the next season may be at hand. A few Cardinals, though, are tired of waiting around. They want to make sure everyone is ready to go. According to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic, veterans Adrian Wilson […]