Former NBA star Tom Chambers was charged with two counts of assault this week in Arizona, related to an April incident in Scottsdale where he roughed up a shitbag youth who allegedly said some very rude things to him while he was dining out.
Fox Sports Arizona broadcaster Todd Walsh flipped out at a woman Wednesday after a car accident in Arizona and attacked her gender and race, according to the woman’s account on Facebook.
A police chase in Phoenix, Ariz. ended after one of the officers got out of his vehicle and shot several times into the driver’s windshield.
Earlier this week, 19-year-old Hunter Osborn, a senior at Red Mountain High School, had a felony charge and 69 misdemeanor counts of indecent exposure brought against him for stupidly exposing his dong in the football team’s yearbook picture. While we don’t endorse the specific action Osborn took, teens will always…
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 23 Arizona.
Arizona police arrested former Bucs defensive lineman and now-fired NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp at a hotel in February after the Super Bowl, charging him with soliciting a prostitute and assault. This week, TMZ acquired videos of Sapp and the two women involved in the incident, with each side telling their…
A pair of lost llamas led Sun City, Ariz. cops on a lengthy chase this afternoon, tying up law enforcement resources and leaving the city free for plundering by the handful of criminals who weren't watching, rapt, in their offices. Watch the entire, hilarious pursuit here, set (of course) to "Yakety Sax."
Here we see human Spuds MacKenzie Rob Gronkowski in his natural state at the University of Arizona: No shirt, sunglasses, and a big dumb smirk. You can hear the 311 playing through your screen.
Former DJ Russ Knight was picked to work Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix as an assistant frequency coordinator. He was so excited that he Facebooked a photo of himself pointing at the credential around his neck. That picture cost Knight his job before he could even start it.
Paul Cicala of Tucson's KVOA News 4 got creative with the signoff for his college basketball segment, talking about how he had to run to the MGM Grand so he wouldn't miss any highlights. He did not make it.
It is a moot point now that Arizona governor Jan Brewer vetoed the controversial SB 1062, but the NFL had already begun taking steps to secure a different location for next year's Super Bowl. It would have gone, in all likelihood, to Tampa.
Arizona governor Jan Brewer struck down an amendment to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Wednesday night, dashing the possibility that Super Bowl XLIX wouldn't be held in Glendale.
A bill passed by both the Arizona House and Senate that would allow businesses to refuse service to gay and lesbian customers will either become law, or be vetoed by the governor, by Friday. The NFL, which plans to hold the 2015 Super Bowl at University of Phoenix Stadium, is watching very closely.
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Move over, Robert Swift! There's a new ex-NBA big man in... a house he probably shouldn't be in. Today's is Chris Gatling, who played for eight teams from 1991 to 2002, and was even an all-star in 1997 with the Mavericks.
Sahuarita High School, outside of Tucson, Ariz., is down most of its wrestling team. Nine wrestlers have been charged with kidnapping and aggravated assault in connection with an apparent hazing incident last week, which they unwisely pulled off in a full locker room with plenty of witnesses.
We told you earlier how Arizona Cardinals fullback Reagan Maui'a told ESPN he had met Lennay Kekua, which is rather odd because she doesn't actually exist. But also buried in that report was Kekua's reference to another famous Samoan football player:
There have been some great quarterbacks, great receivers and great passing offenses in the history of the Pac-12. Until today, no one had racked up more single-game receiving yards than Oregon State's Mike Hass, who careened for 293 on 12 catches against Boise State in 2004.
When I dropped the six-pack of Coopers Brewery Sparkling Ale on the counter at the liquor store, the clerk immediately began singing its praises, in what sounded like an Australian accent. This was pure happy coincidence, best I could tell.