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Days of NBA Lives: Wherein the Suns go hard at StarbucksUpdated Jan 23 Share Tweet
At this point, most of the NBA is on Twitter. It's a wild world of training updates, questions as to which movies they should go see, and explanations of their Call of Duty prowess. Every so often, though, you also get a picture into the more interestin…
Utilizing Luis Scola at the high postUpdated Jan 23 Share TweetThe Phoenix Suns have made a massive course correction here at the halfway point of the season. Alvin Gentry is sitting at home, and Lindsey Hunter is now in charge. In the coming weeks, the team is...Source: valleyofthesun.comShare TweetThe Arizona Diamondbacks are seriously discussing a trade of Justin Upton to the Atlanta Braves Wednesday evening, according to sources.Share TweetPHOENIX (AP) -- The Arizona Diamondbacks and shortstop Cliff Pennington have avoided an arbitration hearing by reaching a two-year, $5 million contract agreement, a person with knowledge of the situation said Wednesday.
Bruce Arians plans to get Larry Fitzgerald the ball any way he canUpdated Jan 23 Share TweetWhen Bruce Arians took over as the Colts’ offensive coordinator before this season, he had to figure out a way to get Reggie Wayne more involved after Wayne had a dismal 2011 season. Arians succeeded at that mission well enough to become the Cardinals”Source: profootballtalk.comShare TweetTime: 8 p.m. MST TV: FSAZ A week ago, the Phoenix Suns’ visit to Sacramento appeared winnable despite the Suns’ 3-17 record away from US Airways Center. They’d won four in a row...Source: valleyofthesun.com
Boldin, Cardinals salvaged a bad situationUpdated Jan 23 Share TweetThe San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens each have four players with Super Bowl experience. The 49ers' Clark Haggans and the Ravens' Anquan Boldin got that experience with the Arizona Cardinals following the 2008 season. 2012 Receiving Comparison Bo…Share TweetAfter a shaky transfer of coaching power, the staggering Phoenix Suns headed for Sacramento with Lindsey Hunter in charge on the bench and without two of the team's highest-profile assistant coaches.