Tanner Tortorella expects to graduate in May 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. Tortorella, who is assigned to Cronkite News, has been a reporter for news organization incluging AZPreps365 and ASU student-ran club Cronkite Sports.
PHOENIX – After a disappointing Game 1 loss to the Clippers, the Suns remained confident in addressing their “juice” problem and faced adversity head-on to even the first-round series Tuesday in Game 2.
PHOENIX – The Suns hope to end a franchise-long streak of heartbreaking playoff outings and lift up the Larry O’Brien trophy. To do that, however, Phoenix will need to go against history, unwritten rules and other factors that will stand in the way of its first title.
PHOENIX – Chris Paul partnered with Page Turners Make Great Learners to promote his new children’s book and encourage children to read more. The 12-time NBA All-Star had so much fun doing a virtual read-along event, he invited a classroom of kids from an Atlanta-area school to a game when the Suns visited the Atlanta Hawks and met the young readers face-to-face.
PHOENIX – Anna Nordqvist moved to Arizona in 2006 and since then has found a home away from home. The Swedish golfer has won multiple majors but the one she won in Arizona is one of her more special wins. This week, at the Drive On Championship, Nordqvist is excited to play at home and hopefully add to her trophy case.
PHOENIX – Before he became the leader of the largest mortgage lending company in the country, Mat Ishbia was a driveway floor general dreaming of playing in the NBA. He never achieved the goal he imagined during those icy Detroit winters while shooting hoops with his brother Justin and his best friend Jon Borovich in the 1990s. But Ishbia might have achieved the next best thing when the former Michigan State walk-on purchased the Phoenix Suns.
PHOENIX – A week after the NBA trade deadline, and the marquee name plastered all around the Valley is that of 13-time NBA All-Star Kevin Durant. The former Brooklyn Net brings championship aspirations back to Phoenix, but he also brings along a familiar face. Forward T.J. Warren, who was part of the trade from Brooklyn, played his first five NBA seasons in Phoenix.