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

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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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