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  • 49ers beat Vikings for 1st playoff win in 6 years

    The San Francisco 49ers beat the Minnesota Vikings with a heavy rushing attack and two second-half turnovers for their first playoff win in six years.
  • ESPN: D-backs’ Ketel Marte a top-3 center fielder in MLB

    Buster Olney ranked Arizona Diamondbacks player Ketel Marte as one of the best center fielders in MLB, behind only Mike Trout and George Springer.
  • Cardinals to face 4 teams with new head coaches in 2020

    The Cardinals' 2020 schedule will feature four teams with new head coaches.
  • NHL Black Hockey History Tour mobile museum to visit the Valley in March

    The museum will make a stop at Tempe Marketplace on March 15 and Gila River Arena on March 16 as part of the journey across 14 NHL cities.
  • Devin Booker wills Suns over Magic with clutch 3s, defense

    Guard Devin Booker hit two late three-pointers to help lift the Phoenix Suns over the Orlando Magic 98-94 on Friday night.
  • Coyotes get shut out by Hurricanes; Raanta leaves with lower-body injury

    The Arizona Coyotes were shut out by the Carolina Hurricanes in Friday night's 3-0 loss. G Antti Raanta left with a lower-body injury and didn't return.
  • Arizona State women’s basketball comes back to upset No. 2 Oregon

    The Arizona State Sun Devils women's basketball team came back to defeat the No. 2 Oregon Ducks in Tempe on Friday night.
  • Coyotes’ Raanta leaves with lower-body injury vs. Canes, doesn’t return

    Arizona Coyotes goaltender Antti Raanta left Friday night's game against the Carolina Hurricanes due to a lower-body injury and did not return.
  • Deandre Ayton back to bench as Suns change starting lineup vs. Magic

    The Phoenix Suns' twin-center starting lineup is no more. It's just not changing the way most people assumed.
  • Coyotes goalie Antti Raanta starts; Ivan Prosvetov sent to Tucson

    Arizona Coyotes goaltender Antti Raanta was expected to start in goal on Friday night at Carolina. The team sent goalie Ivan Prosvetov back to Tucson.
  • Cardinals executive Ron Minegar to step down after 20 seasons

    The Arizona Cardinals confirmed on Friday that executive vice president and COO Ron Minegar will step down after 20 seasons.
  • Arizona football adds outside linebackers coach Andy Buh

    Arizona football announced on Friday that Andy Buh has been hired as the team's outside linebackers coach. The defensive coaches saw turnover this year.
  • New freeway, ownership and more: A Q&A with Coyotes CEO Ahron Cohen

    The new Loop 202 freeway extension, the ownership of Alex Meruelo and fan attendance were topics that came up in a Q&A with the Coyotes CEO.
  • Suns’ Monty Williams: Devin Booker wants to make it right in Phoenix

    While the thought of Devin Booker heading elsewhere has been on the minds of Suns fans, head coach Monty Williams has another take on the situation.
  • Reports: Multiple Diamondbacks avoid arbitration with new deals

    The Arizona Diamondbacks continue to avoid arbitration, reportedly locking up players for the 2020 season Friday morning.
  • D-backs reportedly sign Robbie Ray to 1-year deal, avoid arbitration

    Robbie Ray won't go to salary arbitration with the Diamondbacks, who reportedly signed their left-hander to a one-year deal on Friday.
  • D-backs reportedly sign former Cubs pitching prospect to minor league deal

    The Arizona Diamondbacks have reportedly signed former Cubs pitching prospect Trevor Clifton to a minor league contract with a spring training invite.
  • Suns trade deadline preview: Do Suns want to keep Dario Saric long term?

    Dario Saric's playing time has gone down and the power forward is on an easily movable contract. Should the Phoenix Suns move him at the trade deadline?
  • ASU rebounds with win over Oregon State behind Martin, Edwards

    Rob Edwards found his groove and Remy Martin led the game in scoring as ASU rebounded from its Pac-12 opener loss with a win over Oregon State.
  • Arizona Wildcats fall in overtime to No. 9 Oregon

    The No. 24 Arizona Wildcats were unable to score on the final possession and fell in overtime to No. 9 Oregon Ducks.