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Arizona has embraced the legalization of sports betting, and sites including FanDuel at Footprint Center have helped the state become second fastest in the nation to reach a billion dollars in total wagers.

Arizona is gearing up for a sports year like no other, and odds are the state will become the sports betting capital of the world - at least for a few weeks - as Arizona prepares to host a group of events and hundreds of thousands of fans – and bettors – will descend on the state. Read more»

Robert Sarver will begin the process of selling the Suns and Mercury, saying in a statement it had become clear 'that whatever good I have done, or could still do, is outweighed by things I have said in the past.'

Robert Sarver announced that he will begin the early stages of selling the Phoenix Suns and Mercury, just over a week after he was suspended one year and fined $10 million as a result of an investigation into misconduct toward employees. Read more»

Kyle Turley, Eben Britton and Jim McMahon took a tour of the Mint Dispensary in Tempe, Arizona recently. The former NFL players are co-owners of a local dispensary, Revenant, and promote cannabis as a healthy alternative to pharmaceuticals.

Current and former athletes have been at the forefront of the push to allow the use of cannabis, and three former NFL players created a company that could encapsulate their stories and offer healthy cannabinoid alternatives. Read more»