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The Phoenix Suns are the best and most versatile basketball team on the scene! This is something that every fan can attest to, and it is a testament to their fighting spirit. Based in Phoenix, Arizona, the Suns always give their all and are a real spectacle on the court, both for their opponents and the audience. They are members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference, and since their founding, they have won six Divisional titles and have played in nine Conference finals, of which they have won two. Get your Phoenix Suns tickets from us today and experience the excitement live!
- Walter Davis has recorded the highest number of field goals made in Suns' history with 6,497.
- Walter Davis has scored the highest number of points in Suns' history with 15,666.
- Steve Nash has the most assists in the history of the Suns with 6,997 assists to his name.
- Phoenix Suns have the highest winning percentage of any team not to have won the NBA championship to date.
- Alvan Adams has played the highest number of games for the Suns in history with 988 games to his name.
The Phoenix Suns were founded in 1968 and began playing as an expansion team. The name "Suns" was selected through a naming contest, and the winner was awarded $1,000 and season tickets. Since 1992, the Suns' home arena has been the US Airways Center, located at 201 East Jefferson in Phoenix. The center is famously known as the Purple Palace due to its purple seats.
The Suns have one of the best winning percentages, at 50%. They have advanced to the NBA Finals twice, in 1976 and 1993, but despite their performance over the past 40 years, they have yet to win the NBA Championship. The Suns' first season was not very successful, and they failed to make the playoffs. However, in 1969-70, they raced to the Divisional semi-finals, but lost to the Los Angeles Lakers 4-3. After 1970, the Suns were unable to make any impactful performances for a few years.
John MacLeod was hired as head coach in 1973, and some good players were also signed. In 1975-76, the Suns' game improved, and they beat the Seattle SuperSonics in the Conference semi-finals and the Golden State Warriors in the finals. They made history by storming to the NBA Finals for the first time, but lost to the Boston Celtics 4-2. From the late 70s to the late 80s, the Suns faced ups and downs, but their playing style established them as a fearsome team. In 1978-79, they lost the Conference finals to the Seattle SuperSonics, and then for the next two years went on to play the semi-finals, but lost in 1980 to the Lakers and in 1981 to the Sacramento Kings.
The Phoenix Suns got attention again in 1984 when they surpassed all other teams to reach the Conference finals for the third time, but this time lost again to their old rivals, the Lakers, 4-2. Afterwards, the Suns' game was affected by some players suffering injuries and a player's drug scandal. MacLeod left and Cotton Fitzsimmons joined, and from 1988-91, the Phoenix Suns lost one Conference semi-final and two finals.
In 1992, the Phoenix Suns began a successful era when they drafted star forward Charles Barkley and other talented players such as Danny Manning, Wayman Tisdale, and Elliot Perry. The Suns proved to be a formidable team in the 1992-93 season, finishing first with a career-best record of 60 wins and 20 losses, winning the Conference Finals, and playing in the NBA Finals for the second time, though they ultimately lost to the Chicago Bulls 4-2. In the 1993-94 season, they finished second with 56 wins and 26 losses, but lost in the semi-finals to the Houston Rockets. In the 1994-95 season, the Suns stood first in the Conference, scoring 59 wins and 23 losses, but lost again to the Rockets 4-3 in the semi-finals.
From 1999-2003, the Suns were unable to display their true flair, but after the addition of Kurt Thomas, Raja Bell, and point guard Steve Nash, they became a formidable team once again. In 2004, they stood first in the Conference and equaled their career-best wins with 62 and 20 losses, though they lost the Conference Finals to the Spurs 4-1. In 2005, they repeated the previous year's performance with 54 wins and 28 losses, but lost the Finals to the Dallas Mavericks 4-2. In 2006, the Suns stood first in the Conference for the third consecutive year, setting a record with 61 wins and 21 losses, but lost to the Spurs 4-2 in the semi-finals. In the 2009-2010 season, they stood second in the Conference and made it to the Finals, but lost to one of their oldest rivals, the Lakers, 4-2.
Some notable players currently on the roster are Hedo Turkoglu, Steve Nash, Hakim Warrick, Earl Clark, and Jared Dudley. The Phoenix Suns are one of the toughest teams on the court and are certainly a joy to watch. So don't miss out on the thrill - get your Phoenix Suns tickets now and be enthralled!
Phoenix Suns Schedule 2019
Yet another enthralling NBA regular season has been delighting fans of the game all over North America. The Phoenix Suns have started off the 2019-20 campaign in very good form and they are looking to continue that momentum during the coming weeks and months. They have their sights set on the big prize and you can expect plenty of excitement at the Talking Stick Resort Arena over the course of the season. Game-day tickets are available here at very attractive prices and Suns fans are rushing to get their hands on them. You must be quick or risk missing out. The process is simple and straightforward. Take a look at the Phoenix Suns schedule 2019, choose the game(s) you want tickets for and book your seats with just a few clicks. It's as easy as ABC. See you at the game!
PHOENIX SUNS NEWS AND UPDATES
Devin Booker is back for the Phoenix Suns
There is some great news for the fans of the Phoenix Suns. Devin Booker is now fit enough to return to the lineup. His return after a nine game absence is a big boost for the Suns. Booker has been sidelined because of a strained left adductor and he had been in very good form too before his injury. He was recording 24.3 PPG and was one of nine players in the NBA to average over 24 pts, four assists and four rebounds per game this season. Booker’s return should help the Suns and of that there is no doubt.
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The minimum ticket price for Phoenix Suns tickets is $25.00.
How much are Phoenix Suns Tickets?The least expensive Phoenix Suns ticket is $25.00 in section Lot C with 1 tickets available.
When does Phoenix Suns tickets go on sale?
Tickets are on sale now. The next event is on Fri, 24 Mar 2023 in Sacramento at Golden 1 Center with 1692 tickets available and the last event is on Sun, 14 May 2023 in Phoenix at Footprint Center with 4 tickets available.
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Some of the premium tickets for Phoenix Suns are in Los Angeles, CA on Fri, 7 Apr 2023. Often these are front row or floor seat tickets, best available (VIP) seats. These seats are in section CRT with 2 seat(s) available.
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Phoenix Suns 2023 Schedule
Basketball season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Phoenix Suns will be Sacramento Kings vs. Phoenix Suns, held at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. As of now, the last event, NBA Finals: Phoenix Suns vs. TBD - Home Game 4 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) is scheduled for 18-Jun-23 at the Footprint Center in Phoenix. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.
|24-Mar-23||Sacramento, Californ||Golden 1 Center|
|25-Mar-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|27-Mar-23||Salt Lake City, Utah||Vivint Arena|
|29-Mar-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|31-Mar-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|2-Apr-23||Oklahoma City, Oklahoma||Paycom Center|
|4-Apr-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|6-Apr-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|7-Apr-23||Los Angeles, Californ||Crypto.com Arena|
|9-Apr-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|11-Apr-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
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|16-Apr-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|18-Apr-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|24-Apr-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|28-Apr-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|1-May-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|3-May-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|10-May-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|
|14-May-23||Phoenix, Arizona||Footprint Center|