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  • D-backs lineup more set than before, but not done yet

    When a team finds success it would be well served not to mess with what led to it. The Arizona Diamondbacks have been on a roll since the middle of May, with largely the same group of players getting the majority of at bats. Does that mean they found a set lineup? Not quite, but […]
  • Jimmer Fredette fits the Suns system

    They say that New York is the epicenter of the world so it comes as no surprise that a New York Knicks beat writer would have the lowdown on Jimmer Fredette. New York Newsday’s Alan Hahn, as a guest with Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash, said a certain former Suns coach is infatuated with […]
  • Derrick Williams craves competition NBA brings

    PHOENIX – Most college players who declare early for the NBA Draft make that choice because they crave the big salary and lavish lifestyle that awaits them. Former University of Arizona forward Derrick Williams was compelled to declare early to play in the NBA for a different reason. “I like the competition. Every night you […]
  • Is Jimmer Fredette worth the trouble?

    The Jimmer Fredette tour has begun rolling into NBA cities around the country this week for pre-draft workouts and with it comes all the hype and excitement of a three ring circus or better yet, a reality television show. Jimmer may have the most pizazz and press clippings of any NBA draft prospect but is […]
  • Coyotes to Canada still possible

    Winnipeg now has an NHL team for the first time since the mid-90’s, but one team may not be enough to satisfy the Canadians. They are hungry and still want the Phoenix Coyotes to wind up in Canada. The Atlanta Thrashers are moving to Winnipeg, but Quebec City wants to acquire a team and southern […]
  • Steve Nash reunites with Dirk Nowitzki

    It was no secret Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash was in attendance at last night’s NBA Finals game in Miami (it’s hard to keep it a secret when ABC broadcasted a shot of he and his new girlfriend, Brittany Richardson, in the stands to the entire world). What we didn’t know was that Nash […]
  • Fire where there’s smoke? Suns linked to No. 2 pick

    Reports are starting to surface of the Minnesota Timberwolves’ desire to trade the second overall pick in the draft. With the draft still a few weeks away speculation will range as to who is interested, but one team that keeps popping up is the Phoenix Suns. According to ESPN’s Chad Ford, Phoenix is one of […]
  • Giants aiding D-backs cause

    The San Francisco Giants remain focused on the Buster Posey injury and appear to be distracted just enough to allow the Arizona Diamondbacks to become a threat to San Francisco’s playoff hopes. “I think the comments of Brian Sabean immediately make the Arizona Diamondbacks, for the first time, a legitimate division contender,” Doug Franz said […]
  • Cardinals may get to Flagstaff after all

    While many have begun to question whether the NFL lockout will stretch well into training camp, news of a special negotiation session in Chicago on Thursday has turned some doubters into optimists. “I’m starting to get close to recanting on whether or not we’re going to Flagstaff,” Doug Franz said Friday morning on Sports 620 […]
  • Cardinals second best organization in NFC West

    The Arizona Cardinals may have finished 5-11 and in last place in the NFC West last season, but Fox Sports’ Adam Schein thinks the Cardinals are the second best organization in the division. In his annual organizational rankings, Schein grades teams and organizations on six categories that are believed to be vital towards having a […]
  • Hall says some offers for Upton ‘could have made a lot of sense’

    Justin Upton was on the trade block for a bit last winter, but just how close were the Diamondbacks to actually trading the former number one pick? We’ll probably never know. However, as ESPN’s Jayson Stark notes, a couple of American League teams made a strong push for the 23-year-old right fielder. Between the November […]
  • For coaches, top NCAA jobs reside in Arizona

    For an NCAA football coach seeking a new job, landing in the state of Arizona would not be such a bad thing. An innovative commissioner atop the Pac-12 has brought extra revenue to all the schools. Both Arizona State and the University of Arizona have solid tradition, there is ample sunshine and, well, quality talent […]
  • Dockett continues to work during lockout

    Needless to say the ongoing NFL lockout is affecting all NFL players and teams, but it is impacting some a lot more than others. “[The lockout] benefits everyone that’s been to the playoffs and the Super Bowl teams,” Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett told ESPN Tucson’s Jody Oeheler. “It’s benefitting all them, but not the […]
  • Steve Nash watches NBA Finals from stands, ‘strange experience’

    You think Steve Nash wishes he was playing basketball right now? The Suns point guard (for now), Nash spent his Thursday evening watching good buddy Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks battle the Heat in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. Being at my 1st NBA game since college was a strange experience. Great game […]
  • Beanie not worried about his job but is about QBs

    Just because the NFL players are locked out doesn’t mean their lips are sealed. Some are more than willing to talk and media members are more than willing to listen. On Thursday Arizona Cardinals running back — for now — Beanie Wells exercised his right to an opinion as a guest on Happy Hour with […]
  • D-backs trading big for star starter?

    If the Diamondbacks are going to trade for a pitcher, they need to go big or go back to the dugout. At least that’s what John Gambadoro says. “This team is done with the John Garlands and the Doug Davises of the world,” Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambadoro said on Thursday’s Gambo and Ash. “They don’t […]
  • Bloomquist waiting for September to look at scoreboards

    Willie Bloomquist hasn’t started scoreboard watching – yet. “It’s great that the fans are behind us and watching and keeping up,” Diamondbacks’ utility player Willie Bloomquist said in a Thursday interview with Sports 620 KTAR’s Gambo and Ash. “I think that’s what it’s all about. But on the players’ side we just have to stay […]
  • Inside the Box: Nationals are here to play

    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 2, 2011: Nationals 6, Diamondbacks 1 The Good: The D-backs rally showed signs of life, but sometimes signs are wrong. Despite losing, the D-backs managed seven hits. Gerardo Parra […]
  • Brandon Webb still struggling with injury

    Former Diamondback pitcher Brandon Webb has had yet another setback.
  • Flynn is worth the Suns’ No. 13 pick

    With the news that Ricky Rubio will be trading in the sun and fun of Spain for the cold and well, less fun of Minneapolis and joining the Timberwolves this fall, Minnesota now has a logjam at the point guard position. Rumors emerged Thursday morning that more than a few teams are willing to help […]