Former NAZ Suns players Derrick Jones Jr., Elijah Millsap expected to play
In preparation for the 2017-2018 season, the Phoenix Suns officially announced Wednesday afternoon the club will host their annual training camp scrimmage this fall on the home court of the Northern Arizona Suns, their NBA Gatorade League affiliate in Prescott Valley.
'On The Ball'
Defining moments become a microcosm of a baseball season. When pieced together, each of those moments can either make, or break, a club’s hopes for a postseason appearance.
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The Northern Arizona Suns of the NBA Gatorade League announced Monday morning two upcoming dates for their open tryouts in preparation for the upcoming 2017-18 season.
'On the Ball'
If the first 10 days of J.D. Martinez’s baseball career in the desert is any indication of how the rest of his tenure in an Arizona Diamondbacks uniform will go, the home club’s chances of making the postseason just skyrocketed.
Arizona Batbusters, Quad City Clovers among handful of local clubs participating
Over 300 players dawning uniforms from 27 different clubs calling Arizona and its surrounding states home gathered for opening ceremonies of the 2017 NSA Southwest World Series on Wednesday night.
NAZ Suns President: ‘There are brighter days ahead’
After an hour-long session at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Phoenix on July 12, the Prescott Valley Event Center and all interested parties are one step closer to finally moving forward from Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Presson: 'We knew once people attended games, they would be wowed'
While the Northern Arizona Suns shine on the court in NBA Summer League cities like Orlando and Las Vegas, the business side of the club continues to work diligently in an effort to secure its future in Prescott Valley.
Team-roping legend Richards ‘honored’ to be part of rodeo
When 59-year-old George Richards received word he was going to be included in this summer’s World’s Oldest Rodeo festivities as a “Legends Live Among Us” honoree, words couldn’t describe his emotions.
With smoke blanketing Prescott Valley and ash falling from the sky due to 22,000 acres charred by the Goodwin Fire, various athletic events in the area are still moving forward.