Javale Mcgee Charity Celebrity Softball Game in Chase Field a Big Hit

https://www.facebook.com/Kazual360/ Softball is a sport that brings people together, and this was the case for Javale McGee and friends at his annual celebrity softball game. The Juglife Foundation is a charity founded by Javale McGee some eight years ago, and the softball game aids in raising money to bring fresh water to places that otherwise... Continue Reading →

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Phoenix Suns Answers to their Problems Could Be right in Their Own Backyard

The summer is going to shape up to be a very interesting off-season for the Phoenix Suns, as they have several decisions to make concerning their roster going forward.Getting bounced in the second round to the up-and-coming Dallas Mavericks was definitely not the way the team and its fans envisioned the finish to a remarkable... Continue Reading →

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Arizona Diamondbacks Drop Another Close One to Cincinnati 5-3

The Diamondbacks put on a defensive clinic in front of the 15,000 fans that came to the game.  Both teams allowed 0 runs through 9 innings, Zach Davies continued to his season long pitch of under 2 ERA, and Alek Thomas continued to make defensive plays of the year. In this pitching duel, the Cincinnati... Continue Reading →

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Arizona D-Backs Wins Final Away Game Of Away Stretch

The Diamondbacks finished a long road trip with a win ending the 10 games in 10 days away stretch against the Pirates, Reds, and the Phillies.  This away trip was not the outcome fans were hoping for with only 4 wins in ten games.  A peculiar thing about this road trip is Arizona did better... Continue Reading →

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Arizona DiamondBacks Bats Go Cold in Pittsburgh

The Arizona Diamondbacks in game 1 against the Pittsburgh Pirates put up 8 runs and 10 hits.  The game also featured a multi-home run game by Alek Thomas.  Game 2 and 3 combined, featured 1 point and 9 hits.  The most troublesome area isn’t necessarily the lack of hits because in baseball this is bound... Continue Reading →

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Phoenix Mercury Return Home After Long Road Trip Fall Short

Returning home from a tough road trip, the Phoenix Mercury looked to get in the win column in the comforts of the Footprint Center in downtown Phoenix. Early on Diana Taurasi got the Mercury going scoring the team's first 6 points and keeping them afloat. A very good team the Connecticut Sun comes in at... Continue Reading →

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Diamondbacks Overwhelm Pirates With A Barrage Of Home Runs

Over the previous 6 games, the Diamondbacks have only hit 2 home runs despite being in second place for most home runs in the national league.  Today Arizona proved why they are in second place smashing 5 home runs in Pittsburgh today.  Walker, Thomas, Marte, and McCarthy all hit homers today leading Arizona to an... Continue Reading →

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How Realistic is a Kevin Durant to the Phoenix Suns Scenario

This would be the biggest blockbuster trade in Suns history if they could pull this off. Kevin Durant as a Phoenix Suns for some reason just fits, when in times past would have never been something that could come remotely close to reality. But let's not sleep on something like this happening, we have seen... Continue Reading →

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Kyler Murray Shows Up to Team OTA’s as a Leader Should

Star Quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals Kyler Murray made a surprising move this off-season, showing up at the team's OTA’s this Wednesday morning in Tempe. Most of the talk around the media was that Murray was not going to show without a new contract in place. Well, there he was, in his warm-up gear complete... Continue Reading →

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WHERE ARE YOU ARIZONA FANS?

Why is it that every time there is an Arizona Diamondback game in play, all there is to be seen is the opposing fans and not Arizona fans in the stands at games?  At least I can see with the Dodgers, they have a better history and are close to Arizona, but how far away... Continue Reading →

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Diamondbacks Get Swept By Division Leading Dodgers Again

Arizona dropped another game to the Dodgers making the streak 8 in a row. The Dbacks played a seemingly perfect game today and still couldn’t win; only allowing 4 hits compared to the Dodgers 8 hits with great pitching by their relief pitchers, and the Dbacks best pitcher Zach Davies was used today and they... Continue Reading →

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Arizona DiamondBacks Wins But At What Cost

Pavin Smith Disaster happened today for the Diamondbacks despite earning a much needed win.  Pitcher Zach Davies had to leave in the 4th inning after a ball came careening toward him and hit him in the left leg.  The injury has been labeled as a lower leg contusion so far and no further information has... Continue Reading →

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Where Will Deandre Ayton be In 2022

The Deandre Ayton deal has to be one of the hardest decisions that the Phoenix Suns have had to make in years. With the current success of bringing in Chris Paul, who now makes 30 million a year over the next three years, and Devin Booker will make 33 million next year and 36 the year... Continue Reading →

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Arizona Diamondbacks Wins 3 In A Row

After a rough 6 game series going against the Cubs and Dodgers losing all 6, the Diamondbacks have won the last 3 bringing them back to .500.  Today’s game was like watching two completely different games.  The first 7 innings explained the lows of the Diamondbacks perfectly 2 hits and 21 at bats down 0-4. ... Continue Reading →

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Phoenix Mercury Follow Suit and Drop Home Game to Dallas

It has been a very heartbreaking week for Phoenix basketball against Dallas, as the Mercury follow suit on the same floor drop under .500 with a 94-84 loss to the Dallas Wings. The outcome was not as bad as their hometown partners the Suns and it was not in a playoff game, but it was... Continue Reading →

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Diamondbacks Lose Tough One At Home

Diamondbacks bats were alive last night at home along with great starting pitching, re-stating an issue that has been going on for years, why can't the Diamondbacks win at home!  The Chicago Cubs fans showed out in full force last night, there were more Cubs fans than Arizona fans which might be a big part... Continue Reading →

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Larry Fitzgerald Continues Great Work in Arizona

The Larry Fitzgerald Foundation is back at its works in the community,  after a two-year layoff from the Covid 19 pandemic. Larry Fitzgerald hosted his event in the same style he always does, in the chef's uniform from his favorite restaurant steakhouse Dominic’s of Scottsdale. Usually, this event is jam-packed with celebrities and athletes from... Continue Reading →

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Diamondbacks Put On A Varshow

The Diamondbacks have succesfully continued their winning streak, now winning 8 of the last 10 games, while also continuing their streak against the Marlins to 4 in a row.  This was the most complete performance I have seen from Arizona all year.  The starting pitcher Castellanos pitched 5.1 innings and allowed 3 runs which is... Continue Reading →

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Diamondbacks Win 2 Out Of 3 Over Mothers Day Weekend

The Diamondbacks had a great Mother's Day weekend going over .500 for the first time this year, continuing their winning streak to 7 of the last 9 games. The Diamondbacks have had the hardest schedule in MLB so far with their opponents winning percentage being 58.8%. The good news for the Diamondbacks is that their... Continue Reading →

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Suns Teach Doncic a Lesson What Superstars Really Look Like

Phoenix Suns flexed their muscle and showed the Mavericks that they are in over their heads, and this isn’t the Utah Jazz team they ran over in the first round. Coming into this series we have heard all of the hype surrounding how great Luka Doncic has been, we’ve even heard some ridiculous comparisons to... Continue Reading →

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Diamondbacks Earn First Sweep Of Season

The Diamondbacks earned 3 wins against the Marlins in one of the most drama-ridden of this year. In-game 1 and 2 the Diamondbacks began with an early lead and kept the ball rolling going ahead 5-0 heading into the 7th inning. It felt like Deja Vu if you watched the games, in both games, the... Continue Reading →

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Diamondbacks Bullpen Ruins History In The Making

The Diamondbacks had a great chance to beat the Cardinals three games in a row for the first time since 2007, which was the same year the Diamondbacks won their division and made the playoffs. The year the Diamondbacks won three in a row, they were at home, never has Arizona won three in a... Continue Reading →

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Diamondbacks Past Haunts Them

This year in baseball there is a ton of story lines from: Miguel Cabrera getting his 3,000th hit, Sun Devil fans and Detroit Tigers fans watching Spencer Torkelson’s rookie season, Clayton Kershaw having a perfect game through 7 innings and getting pulled, to the big question, can the Diamondbacks beat there career winning percentage of... Continue Reading →

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D-Backs Win Pitching Duel

In one of the best pitching battles I have seen by the Diamondbacks in over a year, Nick Ahmed and Ketel Marte put their names in for the player of the game. Merrill Kelly pitched an amazing game, through seven innings walked one guy and allowed 0 hits with no runs scored. On the Cardinals... Continue Reading →

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Put Some Respect on the Western Conference Champ Phoenix Suns

The Phoenix Suns have to be feeling like Rodney Dangerfield, as they get no respect as the defending Western Conference champs around the media. Every news outlet at the beginning of the season had every other team coming out of the West this year except the defending Champs. Back in history, there was a time... Continue Reading →

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Does the Phoenix Suns Best Record Mean a Championship

What are the chances of the number one team in the NBA the Phoenix Suns, to finish as the champion of the basketball world. The Suns currently hold the leagues top record with a chance to get in the top record holders if they pass the 64 win mark. There have been instances where the... Continue Reading →

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The “Players that ain’t no joke” On Friday Night NBA

These are the top performers in the NBA on Friday night. The KazualSportz Show with Earl Burnett aka Kazual_E Subscribe. Kazual Sportz Show on KSRN, and where ever you get you podcast. The segment from the radio show "The kazual Sportz Show"

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The Slap Seen and Heard Across the World and Chris Rock’s Face

The Kazual Sportz Show host Earl Burnett shares his opinion on the slap seen and heard across the world, live from the KSRN studios. Monday Night in the Kazual House with Earl Burnett aka Kazual_E

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Phoenix Suns Continue Dominance in the NBA Standings

Phoenix Suns continue to dominate the NBA in the standings, even with the absence of star point guard Chris Paul. The season coming down the stretch and the big question is do the Suns begin to rest players to gear up for the playoff run. This can be a very delicate situation for Head Coach... Continue Reading →

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Phoenix Suns Fill Final Roster Spot with Danish Guard IFFE LUNDBERG

Suns Sign Iffe Lunberg: The Phoenix Suns had one roster spot left to fill, and have done it with the signing of Danish guard Iffe Lundberg to a 2-way contract. One would ask what does the best team in the NBA need to add another guard to their depth-filled roster. James Jones is always with... Continue Reading →

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Cardinals Problem is “The Blind Leading the Blind”

The Arizona Cardinals off-season has a different vibe from its usual, after the horrific way their season ended there is much the team will have to address. This marks the second straight year the team ended its season with a colossal collapse down the stretch. “Improvement”  could be the word that describes this team the... Continue Reading →

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KAZUAL SPORTZ “TAKE OF the WEEK”

The number one team in the NBA Phoenix Suns. This team is the definition of "team", having every component it takes to go on a run back to the Finals. Experience from last year's run is fueling the engine for this well-oiled winning machine, led by its dog guards in the backcourt Devin Booker and... Continue Reading →

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Had Kingsbury reached his Plateau as an NFL Head Coach

The Arizona Cardinals have to make the necessary moves in the off-season that will keep them relevant in the hunt for a super Bowl run. The current roster is constructed enough to show they are not in need of a complete rebuild, but the coaching staff leaves much to be desired and could be in... Continue Reading →

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Arizona Cardinals Feeling the Pressure of Clinching a playoff Birth

In the Kliff Kingsbury and Kyler Murray era, the Arizona Cardinals fail for the fourth straight time when trying to clinch a playoff birth dating back to last season. If the the pressure of clinching is too much to overcome, how can they expect to perform in an actual playoff game. Cardinals were upset by... Continue Reading →

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Stars Align For The Sun Devils

Arizona stays alive in the Pac-12 South after beating University of Washington 35-30,  remaining one game behind the Utah Utes.  This is the third game in a row that ASU has played a team that didn’t have their head coach.   After Jimmy Lake hit his own player in the helmet.  Shockingly, this is the... Continue Reading →

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Kyler Murray vs Baker Mayfield 2

The second opportunity for Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray to face off with his good friend Baker Mayfield.  The Cleveland Browns will host the Cardinals this weekend, in the place that used to be known as the dog pound. Mayfield has had an up and down season so far, while Murray has been oil the... Continue Reading →

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Is ASU QB Jayden Daniels Being Overlooked as Top Prospect at Next Level

Arizona State Sun Devils football program had not had a top 10 quarterback prospect since Jake (the snake) Plummer, and even his talents were not good enough to be in the top 10 quarterback prospects that could go in the first round of the NFL draft. That was 1997, and the quarterback position has taken... Continue Reading →

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Arizona Cardinals Exercise Demons Against the Bully Rams in LA

The Heavyweight matchup in Los Angeles Sofi Stadium Sunday afternoon, with Hollywood celebrities filling the luxury boxes to watch their Rams knock out the Cards for the ninth time under Sean Mcvay.  Then the unexpected took place after kickoff, the overconfident champ did not believe the underdog could come into their home and punch them... Continue Reading →

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Arizona Cardinals Overcome Mental Battle in Jacksonville 31-19

Coming into its third game of the season, the undefeated Arizona Cardinals look to stay atop the NFC West. In their way, the winless Jacksonville Jaguars. But the Jags were not the only obstacle to overcome on Sunday morning, as the Cardinals found themselves playing a mental mind game against themselves. Not one analyst or... Continue Reading →

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What the Sun Devils Did To Bounce Back, in an Expected Win Over Colorado.

The bench mark this week for the ASU Sun Devils football team, was to be better in the penalty department after last weeks embarrassing performance. In a game last week the Devils were very capable of winning, racked up the penalties in bunches to the tune of 19 and 16 of them excepted. Then their... Continue Reading →

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Arizona Cardinals Look to Avoid Simular Scenario from Last Years 2-0 Start

This time last season the Arizona Cardinals were sitting at 2-0 getting ready to play the Detroit Lions in a half empty home stadium, and coming in the favorite to a Lions team currently on an 11 game losing streak. Ironically that game ended with now current kicker for the Cardinals Matt Prader nailing a... Continue Reading →

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ASU Football Beat Themselves on the Road in Provo

 After three weeks of the new College Football season, the Pac12 conference only has one undefeated team left. The Arizona State football team had a chance to leap into the conversation about running the South, but a 27-17 loss to Pac12 destroyer BYU leaves more questions than answers for the Sun Devils. Its no secrete... Continue Reading →

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Arizona State University If Not Now… When?

     This is a rather peculiar year for the PAC-12 and if the Sun Devils take advantage of it they have the opportunity to take the mantle of the PAC-12 South.  ASU is in Prime position to make a push for the PAC-12 championship game. With Jayden Daniels at the helm of the program having the... Continue Reading →

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Arizona Cardinals Serve Up Crow to the Critics with a Blowout Road Victory in Nashville

Coming into the first  game of the 2021 NFL season with many questions, the Arizona Cardinals answered all the critics with a surprising dominant blowout of the highly favored Tennessee Titans in their home building. Much was said about how the pre-season went for a first team unit that only had nine snaps with minimal... Continue Reading →

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Phoenix Suns “On the Other Side of Hard” Indeed

In NBA Finals history the better team always win the prize, wether it's because they have the most dominant super stars or dominant on defense, in time during a series the superior team emerges through the up and down obstacles of a Championship run. In some cases there are teams that over achieve in their... Continue Reading →

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FLEX BOMB: Believe in These Suns

In life they say perception is reality. What people perceive you to be is who you are in their eyes. This leads me to our current Phoenix Suns. A team full of hope and promise much different from years past. The question around this basketball team right now is whether they are truly Title contenders,... Continue Reading →

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JJ Watt May Bring More Questions Than Answers

The Arizona Cardinals shocked the sports world by bringing in 5-time Pro Bowl Defensive End JJ Watt to a 2-year, $31 million deal. While this definitely improves the Cardinals Roster, this move actually brings even more questions to what was already a very intriguing offseason. One that was laden with holes in critical positions, the Cardinals just added a player (an obvious upgrade) that was not of actual need.

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The Suns’ Trade Streaks, with the Latter Making a Statement to the Mavericks

These Mavericks vs Suns games are highly entertaining and I think we are seeing a budding rivalry here. Both teams have a young core playing similar positions. They matchup against each other well and both teams are gunning for their spotlight in the postseason. If these two teams meet for a seven-game series, it may become one of those classic, hard-fought matchups.

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Fate is Begging the Cardinals to Show Up

The time is now, the heat is on, it's time to see if the Cardinals can finally shed the plague of playing to their competition.

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Javale McGee and Jeremy Bridges join the show!

Javale McGee joins the show to talk about his Juglife Foundation charity event and Suns. Former Cardinals lineman Jeremy Bridges joins to talk about the Cardinals and their offensive line.

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