Joey Serrano joh-ee sai-rahn-nohSports Reporter, Phoenix
Joey Serrano expects to graduate in August 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Serrano has interned at East Village Times.
PHOENIX – Luis Grijalva, a Northern Arizona University track and field athlete and DACA recipient from Guatemala, has spent several weeks petitioning the United States government to allow him on a plane to Tokyo to compete in the Olympics. Grijalva finally learned the good news Monday.
PHOENIX - Questions remain about what the Phoenix Suns will look like next season. Odds released for next season suggest a lack of confidence.
Back in the Bahamas, the community is celebrating the success of Suns big man Deandre Ayton
Chris Paul joined elite company in Michael Jordan after his finals debut. But will he still be playing for the Suns next season?
PHOENIX – Chris Paul and Monty Williams have been through a lot together. They reunited in Phoenix, where the Suns will play Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
PHOENIX - Paul George has been the subject of criticism for his postseason struggles but a strong outing against the Suns has changed the perception.
PHOENIX - Phoenix Suns fans long lamented Devin Booker was the most disrespected player in the NBA. His performance in the playoffs has raised his national profile, leading to widespread Booker appreciation
Phoenix Suns fans believe their franchise is one of the unluckiest in the world. The Chris Paul news has them in a frenzy.
From high-profile fans to high-priced tickets, the Phoenix Suns are enjoying the fruits of playing under a national spotlight.
After skeptics questioned the abilities of No. 1 draft pick Deandre Ayton, the Suns big man is coming up big in postseason.
The excitement surrounding the Suns who are finally back in playoffs is at stake as Chris Paul is battling a shoulder injury that is limiting his play and availability that the Suns so desperately need.
The excitement surrounding the Phoenix Suns, who are back in the playoffs after a 10-season drought, confirms that they remain atop the Phoenix sports hierarchy.