Cardinals prepare for Tillman, wary of fumbles
Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman remains one of the best defensive players in the NFL, and his ability to force fumbles is something the Arizona Cardinals are focusing on this week in practice.
Kelemete struggling with position change
Since being drafted by the Arizona Cardinals, offensive lineman Senio Kelemete has struggled with the transition from tackle to guard. He's the lone member of Arizona's 2012 draft class to not play this season.
Marcin Gortat 'hit a wall' earlier this season
Phoenix Suns' center Marcin Gortat has played plenty of basketball recently. Coming into the NBA season just months after playing for the Polish national team during the summer, Gortat hasn't had much time to recharge his batteries.
Jahii Carson is Sun Devils player of the week
Arizona State freshman guard Jahii Carson has been named the Sun Devil of the week by SB Nation's Arizona State blog, House of Sparky.
Peppers will be latest test for rookie LT Potter
Rookie offensive lineman Nate Potter has already faced plenty of topflight defensive ends in his first five career starts. But Sunday's matchup against Julius Peppers and the Chicago Bears presents a new challenge.
Brown still trying to prove himself as NBA player
An NBA journeyman, Shannon Brown seems to have found his groove this season for the Phoenix Suns.
Marshall returning to Suns after D-League stint
Former North Carolina point guard Kendall Marshall, who was drafted by the Suns with the 13th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, is set to return to Phoenix after an extended stint with the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA D-League.
WNBA adds anti-flop rule, moves 3-point line
Starting in 2013, the WNBA will initiate an anti-flopping rule and move the three-point line back nearly 1.5 feet.
ASU baseball: Trevor Williams named All-American
Arizona State pitcher Trevor Williams has been named a preseason All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, the group announced Thursday.
Arizona favored by nine vs. Nevada
After opening the week as an eight-point favorite, the Arizona Wildcats are now favored by nine points over the Nevada Wolf Pack in Saturday's Gildan New Mexico Bowl.