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  • Pride, wardrobe on the line for Hill and Frye

    It’s no secret that the Phoenix Suns have a rift in their locker room. No, they aren’t fighting over the team’s performance or something that one of them said. The rift has developed between Channing Frye and Grant Hill and it has everything to do with their collegiate ties. That’s because bragging rights and wardrobes […]
  • Who to root for in Arizona vs. Duke?

    PHOENIX – This is not turning out to be a good day at work. It started out like any other day working for Arizona Sports with the usual pleasantries and hello’s upon arrival. However, it took a turn for the worse when I ran into my boss, “The Taskmaster” as we like to affectionately call […]
  • Burns: Dealing in hypotheticals

    I love hypothetical conversations. Who would win in a battle between Batman and Superman? Who is the bigger bad ass, Chuck Norris or Jack Bauer? What Hollywood hottie could walk through those doors right now that your wife would give you the “hall pass” for? Silly bar room conversations that have absolutely zero foundation in […]
  • Diamondbacks position battles still up for grabs

    PHOENIX – With only ten days left in Spring Training, the Arizona Diamondbacks are still trying to decide who the team will trot out on the field for Opening Day. Probably the position most up for grabs remains first base with Brandon Allen, non-roster invitee Russell Branyan and offseason addition Juan Miranda all still in […]
  • Report: Former D-back Webb shut down indefinitely

    In what has become a rite of spring for most Diamondbacks fans, news of Brandon Webb’s shoulder is not good. Fortunately for D-backs fans, Webb is no longer a member of the D-backs. He’s on the Rangers. According to a report by nbcsports.com, Webb had to be shutdown….again….with lingering shoulder problems. Stop me if you’ve […]
  • Defense and pitching costing Diamondbacks

    At the beginning of Cactus League play Arizona Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson laid out in simple terms the most important factors in whether his team will succeed or fail this season. “Our team is going to have to pitch and defend,” Gibson said. “That’s going to be our key.” With only 10 days left in […]
  • Coyotes’ playoff tickets go on sale

    Tickets for the Phoenix Coyotes’ first two home games of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs are on sale now, Phoenix Coyotes Chief Operating Officer Mike Nealy announced Wednesday. The Coyotes currently sit in fourth place in the Western Conference standings with 91 points, just four games out of second and one point behind the Pacific […]
  • Frye’s extraordinary development on display

    With eight seconds left in overtime, the Phoenix Suns are losing to the Los Angeles Lakers 118-121. Who takes the shot? Before the second half of this season, the answer likely would not have been Channing Frye. Heck, before February 27, not many fans would have believed Alvin Gentry if the coach had looked them […]
  • Spring football begins with new QB, Lewis recovering

    TEMPE, Ariz. – Tuesday marked the first spring practice for the Arizona State football team as they look to compete in the newly-formed Pac-12 conference. The Devils, who have already been floating around numerous preseason Top 25 polls, are returning 18 of their 22 starters (nine on each side of the ball) and seem to […]
  • Kiper talks draft possibilities for the Cards

    For the Arizona Cardinals there has been much talk on who to draft with the fifth overall draft pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Draft a defensive player or draft a quarterback. Option one: Draft one of the top defensive players available such as LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson or Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller to […]
  • Tough loss for Suns, quick turnaround for much-needed win

    For the Phoenix Suns, the triple-OT loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night meant only one thing. It counted as a loss in the standings. Time is running out for the Suns. By their head coach’s expectations they can only lose three more times and have a shot at the playoffs — and […]
  • Cardiac ‘Cats renew rivalry with Duke

    The Cardiac ‘Cats are back. The fifth seeded Arizona Wildcats (29-7) have returned to the Sweet 16 for the second time in three years in the most dramatic of fashion. The men from Tucson escaped from Tulsa needing a last second Derrick Williams block of Wesley Witherspoon to sneak past Memphis 77-75 and a three […]
  • Suns fall to Lakers in 3OT

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  • Diamondbacks rotation starting to take shape

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks starting rotation became a little clearer on Tuesday. Manager Kirk Gibson named Barry Enright as the team’s number three starter to start the season. “He’s pitched great and done everything we’ve asked. He’s earned a spot to start the season,” said Gibson. For Enright, being named to the rotation was […]
  • Suns watching the L column and the out of town scoreboard

    Time is running out for the Phoenix Suns. They know that. We know that. You know that. Late last week Suns coach Alvin Gentry joined Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo & Ash and told them he felt they would need to win three out of four games over their last 16 games for a shot at […]
  • Von Miller: It would be a blessing to go out to Arizona

    With the fifth pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals select…Von Miller, linebacker, Texas A&M. “It would be a blessing to go out to Arizona and play for you guys,” Miller told Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash Tuesday. Miller, projected by many to be Arizona’s choice in April, is a pass rush […]
  • Report: Goldwater not satisfied with Hulsizer’s concession

    Apparently Matthew Hulsizer’s concession was not enough to satisfy the Goldwater Institute. According to The Winnipeg Free Press, Goldwater Institute president Darcy Olsen acknowledged the offer but said it is not enough. “Regrettably, however, the proposal fails to remedy the core legal violation at issue, leaving the expensive taxpayer gamble intact.” In a letter Hulsizer […]
  • NBA Western Conference playoff push 3.0

    In the always competitive NBA Western Conference, the race for the postseason has become one of the toughest in sports. Teams are often separated by only a few games and can find themselves out of the hunt unless they can put together consistent records in the home stretch of the season. Here is a look […]
  • D-backs make spring roster moves

    The Diamondbacks made several roster moves Monday as the team continues getting ready for the regular season. Catchers Konrad Schmidt and John Hester were sent to the D-backs’ Triple-A affiliate in Reno while pitchers Micah Owings and Brian Sweeney were assigned to minor league camp, according to a release from the team. Outfielder Wily Mo […]
  • Green: Derrick Williams is still a Wildcat and that’s all that matters

    Members of the Arizona Wildcats had a saying they liked to use on Twitter this season, especially after wins. #weneverleft While fun, the phrase is technically incorrect. The Wildcats did leave, so to speak, and their time away changed a fan base that was used to expectations, deep tournament runs and NBA-level talent wearing the […]