The SportsZone with Bob Kemp airs Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on KDUS AM 1060, 100.7 HD 2, and kdus1060.com.

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Bob Kemp has more than 30 years of award-winning sports broadcasting and newspaper experience. Kemp was the National Sports Talk Show Host Of The Decade (2001-09) by Sports Illustrated following his time at Sporting News Radio and NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 in Phoenix. Kemp has worked at KDUS since July 2002 following 11 years as a nationally syndicated host for Sporting News Radio (previously One One Sports and Sports Entertainment Network). His hard line approach, in addition to the Sports Illustrated recognition, has been praised by the Los Angeles Times, New York Newsday, the Arizona Republic and numerous other publications and web sites. Kemp made the switch to radio for nearly two decades in newspapers – Sports Editor of The Courier in Prescott and a Sports Writer for the Tucson Citizen. He was honored nationally by the Amateur Softball Association in 1988 for best coverage of a national tournament and was named Arizona Media Person of the Year in 1984 by the Arizona Interscholastic Association.


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FINALS GAME SIX - BUCKS 105, SUNS 98

        *GIANNIS WAS TOO GOOD, AT BOTH ENDS: Antetokounmpo finished with 50 points, the second most points ever in an NBA championship clinching game, and his third 40+ point game...

GAME FIVE - BUCKS 123, SUNS 119

        *THE SUNS PLAYED CLOSE TO ZERO DEFENSE AFTER THE FIRST QUARTER: In the first quarter, the Suns held the Bucks to 21 points on nine of 21 shooting (42.8...

FINALS GAME FOUR - BUCKS 109, SUNS 103

        *THE SUNS NOT FINISHING QUARTERS HIT A NEW LOW: The Suns led 99-97 with 2:30 remaining, but allowed the next eight points to fall behind 105-99 with 20.8 seconds...

GAME SIX - SUNS 130, CLIPPERS 103

        *CHRIS PAUL IS HEADED TO THE FINALS FOR THE FIRST TIME AFTER HE DELIVERED THE MOST IMPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE OF HIS CAREER: Paul scored 41 points in 40 minutes on...

GAME FIVE - CLIPPERS 116, SUNS 102

        *THE SUNS WERE OUTCOACHED AND OUTUSTLED FROM START TO FINISH: The Clippers, without three starters because of injury, surprised with the Suns with a zone at the defensive end...