I am a tennis player who loves sports as much as the next guy, and I have been an Arizona sports fan since I moved out west from Missouri six years ago. I love watching the Phoenix Suns, Arizona Cardinals and Arizona State Sun Devils in particular, even though they haven't had the best success over the past few years. I am a junior at ASU, and I hope to pursue my passion for sports journalism as I forge through these unforgettable college years.
The Phoenix Suns kick off their 2012-13 campaign on October 31st against Golden State. With 82 games between then and April 17th, there's a lot of basketball on the horizon. We break down the 10 most intriguing match-ups on Phoenix's schedule.
A live account of the Russia-France women's basketball semifinal at the Olympics and a look ahead to the victor's gold medal clash with Team USA
We take a look at the top 5 athletes who represent more than just the spirit of competition to their respective nations. Usain Bolt makes the list, but is he number one?
China, America, Great Britain, Korea, and France have been the five most successful nations in the 2012 Olympics so far. But do these countries also have the most spirited fans? Not quite.
How much can the Olympics do for one city? More than you might think- just ask the Brits.
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More: Post game analysis of Suns win over the Hawks The Phoenix Suns used a pair of hot starts on Monday night to move past the Atlanta Hawks 99-90. With a few quick buckets to kick off both the...
The Phoenix Suns won their second game in a row on Friday night with a 79-71 victory over the Boston Celtics. Marcin Gortat pushed his string of consecutive double-doubles to seven with 22 points...
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