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Phoenix Suns Details
The Phoenix Suns have risen to or near the top of the NBA on several occasions, thanks to some elite playoff performances. They have boasted some of the more interesting teams to make deep runs in the playoffs, from the team that went to the Finals in the 1990s, to the teams that changed the game of basketball in the 2000s. Needless to say, when the Suns have risen in the NBA, they have brought about a new day in league history more often than not.
That Suns team that made the Finals in the 1990s was a part of a decade-plus run of consecutive playoff appearances for the Suns, who had a ton of consistently good talent to hold them up during that time. Guards like Kevin Johnson and Danny Manning were the cornerstones of those eras, with Charles Barkley joining in as well to give the team the toughness and edge they needed to become legitimate playoff contenders.
They reached the NBA Finals in 1993, where they took on the Chicago Bulls in a fun six-game series. The Suns had the advantage with Barkley inside of the paint against a Bulls frontcourt that was considered the team’s weakness at the time. But with Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen able to run things from the perimeter, the Bulls were able to win the ring en route to one of many that they collected over the years with Jordan and Pippen.
Those Suns teams were exciting, but they had nothing on the Mike D’Antoni-led Suns teams of the 2000s. With point guard Steve Nash able to distribute the ball and shoot it from three-point range, the Suns were constantly outscoring their opponents. And with Amar’e Stoudemire running the pick and roll with Nash, and shooters all over the floor, there was no telling where the scoring was going to come from on those teams, whose style has been adopted by NBA teams in the years since.
A big rivalry with the San Antonio Spurs came about during the D’Antoni years, as the Suns frequently ran into the Spurs in the later rounds of the playoffs when both teams were at their respective peaks. With some physical contests between the two and brilliant offensive execution on both sides, those were some of the most fun series to watch in that period of NBA history.
When Do Suns Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
Suns playoff tickets usually go on sale near the point in the season where it looks like the team is going to get into the playoffs, usually in late March or early April. Near the end of the regular season is when you can expect to see tickets go on sale, but if the Suns are way ahead of the pack, it could happen earlier.
How Much Do Suns Playoff Tickets Cost?
Suns playoff tickets vary in price based on factors that include where a fan is looking to sit, what round of the playoffs is taking place, and which opponent the Suns are matched up with. On average, NBA playoff tickets resell for $171.