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Phoenix Suns Details
Brought into the NBA in 1968, the Phoenix Suns have been bringing basketball to the desert with a series of unique styles and legendary players teaming up to create an appealing team. With some iconic eras in franchise history led by players and coaches willing to push the envelope in the sport, it's hard to forget some of the contributions the team has made to the game.
Perhaps the most exciting Suns team that has ever taken the floor was the team coached by Mike D'Antoni. In the mid-2000s, centers were still a big part of NBA offenses with their backs to the basket. D'Antoni didn't believe in that strategy, and instead instituted a "seven seconds or less" offense to let the Suns play to their strengths. His desire was for the team to take a shot every seven seconds, to move with a fast pace, and to use big men as pick and roll players rather than stationary figures on the low block.
For the most part, it worked, with Steve Nash leading a team of ruthless perimeter threats and Amar'e Stoudemire being remembered for thunderous dunks as he fearlessly rolled to the basket. These teams were consistently in contention to win the Western Conference, and are credited by some with changing the sport of basketball into the perimeter-oriented game that followed.
That era of Suns basketball saw a rivalry develop with the San Antonio Spurs, who they went head-to-head with in the Western Conference playoffs. With the run and gun mentality of the Suns, compared to the methodical style of the Spurs, it was a true clash of styles on the grandest stages of the sport.
Other legendary players to put on the Suns uniform were the great Charles Barkley, whose aggression and rebounding ability made things difficult for most opponents, as well as Kevin Johnson.
Phoenix Suns schedule
For the Phoenix Suns, each NBA season begins in October, with the regular season running all the way until the month of April. In most years, the full NBA schedule is released in the month of August, where the Suns and the rest of the teams in the league find out which dates they will be taking on their various opponents. For teams who have a strong enough record, the NBA Playoffs tip off in April, and run into the month of June where the NBA Finals will decide a champion.
Frequently Asked Questions About Suns Games and Suns Tickets
How much are Phoenix Suns tickets?
Suns ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Suns tickets can be found for as low as $13.00, with an average price of $82.00. Buy Suns tickets.
Where do Phoenix Suns play?
The Suns home games are played at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, AZ.
Do I need to print my Suns tickets?
Print-at-home tickets are being discontinued for NBA games. Phoenix Suns are using mobile ticket entry to all games.
Does my child need a ticket for a Suns game?
Each NBA team has their own child ticket policy. Some teams have age requirements and others have restrictions on height. The Suns policy states all children under 3 are free.
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