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Suns vs Bucks NBA Finals preview: It all comes down to this: The Phoenix Suns face the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA Finals. Can the Suns win their very first title? We give a preview of the series with Gina Mizell from Suns.com and Kellan Olson from ArizonaSports.com.
Phoenix Suns broadcaster Eddie Johnson: The former NBA sniper and current broadcaster discusses the Phoenix Suns Western Conference Finals series against the Los Angeles Clippers. It immerses you in a player’s mind and explains how the Suns can make their first NBA Finals appearance since 1993.
Olympic skateboarder Jagger Eaton: Jagger Eaton is one of the best skateboarders in the world, and the Mesa native will be competing at this year’s Olympics in Tokyo. He talks about his career, his childhood in the Valley and his quest for gold!
ASU victim of allegations of recruitment violations: Arizona state football has been charged with recruiting offenses. We discuss the situation with SunDevilSource.comis Chris Karpman.
Jimmy Eat World drummer Zach Lind: A native of Valley and Jimmy Eat World drummer, Zach Lind opens up about his love for the Suns, performing at halftime in Game 1, returning to live shows and more!
UFC 263 preview with Dana White: We’re chatting with UFC President Dana White for a preview of UFC 263, which takes place June 12 at Glendale!
Suns vs. Nuggets with Jon Bloom: The Phoenix Suns sidelined the defending Los Angeles Lakers for a second-round battle against the Denver Nuggets. We get a preview of the upcoming series with Jon Bloom.
Former ASU and NFL star Adam Archuleta: Former Arizona State and NFL star turned broadcaster reflects on his playing career, his children’s training, his new restaurant CoreLife Restaurant, the Arizona Cardinals’ busy offseason, why he can’t hate Tom Brady anymore, and more.
Tommy Lloyd, Arizona Wildcats men’s basketball coach: New Arizona Wildcats Men’s Basketball Head Coach Discusses Challenges of Work, Rebuilding National Power, Coaching Career, Best MC Ever , and more !
Phoenix Suns vs Los Angeles Lakers playoff preview: It’s time for NBA playoff basketball. The Phoenix Suns take on defending champion Los Angeles Lakers, and we’re previewing the series with Gina Mizell from Suns.com and Kellan Olson from ArizonaSports.com.
2021 Arizona Cardinals schedule analysis with Paul Calvisi: The 2021 Arizona Cardinals schedule has been released. We analyze the 17-game list with lineup journalist Paul Calvisi.
Concussions in sport with Dr. Javier Cárdenas: Dr Cárdenas, director of the Barrow Concussion and Brain Injury Center, has worked closely with the NFL to study concussions in athletes. He is currently developing a test that could one day detect a concussion through saliva.
Arizona Cardinals offseason review with Kent Somers: The Republic of Arizona Columnist Kent Somers discusses Larry Fitzgerald’s future, busy offseason, and notes the 2021 Cardinals draft class.
Investing in Sports Cards with Geoff Wilson: Sports cards are no longer child’s play. Geoff Wilson is the creator of “Sports Card Investor” and explains how this unique hobby has become a new place for people to invest their money and how you can get started.
Arizona Cardinals NFL Draft preview with Howard Balzer: With the 2021 NFL Draft coming up, we’re joined by a veteran NFL reporter and editor of AllCardinals.com Howard Balzer. We discuss available players, team needs, draft memories, etc.
NBA writer Ben Golliver: Ben Golliver is a national NBA writer for the Washington Post. His new book “Bubbleball” details his 93 days as one of the few journalists allowed to enter the NBA’s COVID-19 bubble. He tells how the league bounced back from the shutdown, the Suns’ 8-0 run, and how it almost came to a screeching halt as players fought for social justice. “Bubbleball” hits bookstores nationwide on May 4.
Remembering Pat Tillman: We honor Pat Tillman’s legacy and hear the memories of those who knew him best.
Former Phoenix Suns forward Brian Grant: Twelve-year NBA veteran Brian Grant talks about his time in the league, his battle with Parkinson’s disease and his new book “Rebound,” which is now available in bookstores. Learn more about the Brian Grant Foundation at www.briangrant.org.
Former NBA All-Star Tom Van Arsdale: Van Arsdale holds two separate records: he played the most games and scored the most points in NBA history without making the playoffs. In his new book “Journey Man” he explains why his 12-year career in the NBA has been far more successful than the records show.
WWE Superstar Braun Strowman: WWE Superstar Braun Strowman joins us to talk about his steel cage match against Shane McMahon at WrestleMania 37. The event will take place April 10-11 in Tampa, Fla., Becoming the first-ever WrestleMania of two WWE Nights!
Arizona Wildcats insider Shane Dale: Wildcat Country podcast author and co-host Shane Dale provides insight into the departure of head basketball coach Sean Miller, the impact of the ongoing NCAA investigation, the sequel the Wildcat program, as well as the Final Four led by the women’s team.
GCU Head Basketball Coach Bryce Drew: Grand Canyon basketball head coach Bryce Drew discusses the NCAA Lopes tournament run, the tragic death of GCU star Oscar Frayer, his brother Scott leading Baylor to a national title, a Drew vs. Drew showdown and more.
ESPN insider and former NFL general manager Mike Tannenbaum: Tannenbaum opens up about the Arizona Cardinals’ offseason moves, what it will take for the team to make the playoffs and his prediction for the young quarterback who is set for a breakout year in 2021 .
Matt Miller: Former college baseball player Matt Miller lost his fingers and toes to frostbite in a mountaineering accident. After a decade-long struggle with drug addiction, he now says his loss was a gift and that he is using it to help others. Part II
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