2015 Arizona sports flashback: 10 stories to remember
D-backs show off edgy new threads
The D-backs left tradition behind with seven edgy new uniforms featuring bolder road grays and a splash of teal.
Patriots pick off Super Bowl XLIX victory
Malcolm Butler thwarted the Seahawks' repeat attempt in a thrilling finish to Super Bowl XLIX in Glendale.
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Coyotes looking for new home
The Coyotes are looking for new arena in the Valley after the termination of its lease with Glendale.
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Change at the top for ASU basketball
Herb Sendek (right) was replaced after nine seasons at ASU; the Bobby Hurley era gets off to a strong start.
Wildcats again fall 1 basket short of Final Four
Arizona basketball suffered another Elite Eight heartbreaker at the hands of eventual runner-up Wisconsin.
Suns continue to shake up roster
The Suns overhauled their roster at the trade deadline, bringing in Brandon Knight and dealing away Goran Dragic and Isaiah Thomas, then continued their remake by signing Tyson Chandler as a free agent, but they fell short in their bid for forward LaMarcus Aldridge.
Coyotes turn to youth movement
Rookies Max Domi and Anthony Duclair spark an early season resurgence for the Coyotes, who have used the youthful infusion to rise from the bottom of the Pacific Division.
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Diamondbacks pull quick turnaround
The D-backs notched a 15-win improvement under first-year manager Chip Hale as Paul Goldschmidt finished second in NL MVP voting and A.J. Pollock emerged as an All-Star center fielder.
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Diamondbacks swing for the fences
The D-backs beef up their starting pitching for a 2016 playoff push with the big-money signing of free-agent Zack Greinke and a blockbuster trade for Shelby Miller.
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Cardinals take aim at the Super Bowl
The Cardinals rode Carson Palmer's MVP-worthy season to the NFC West title and have their sights set on a long postseason run.