Phoenix Suns Details
The Suns have played in Phoenix since joining the NBA as a 1968 expansion team. The team currently plays its home games in downtown Phoenix at Talking Stick Resort Arena. The Suns made their first NBA Finals appearance in 1976. Despite having never won a championship, the Suns have been one of the NBA’s best regular-season teams.
In 1992, the Suns acquired Hall of Famer Charles Barkley from the 76ers. Barkley was the NBA’s MVP in the 1992-93 season and teamed up with all-star point guard Kevin Johnson to bring the Suns to the 1993 NBA Finals, where they lost to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.
After continuing to produce playoff-quality teams nearly every season, the Suns acquired Steve Nash (who they had previously traded to Dallas) as a free agent before the 2004-05 season. Nash and former Rookie of the year Amar’e Stoudemire led the team to a first place finish. Nash won back-to-back MVP awards in his first two seasons back with the Suns, and the team made it to the Western Conference Finals each year.
Nash left the Suns in 2013, and the current team is in the midst of a franchise-long seven year streak of not qualifying for the postseason. Still, there are reasons for Phoenix fans to be excited, as the club has stockpiled a number of exciting young players. Head coach Earl Watson will begin his 2nd full season with the Suns. Watson will have players like Devin Booker, Josh Jackson, and Dragon Bender—all high first round draft picks—at his disposal. The Suns will also hope for point guard Eric Bledsoe to recover from a knee injury that limited his playing time last season. The Western Conference will be a tough place to win games, but the 2017-18 season should provide valuable experience to the Suns’ young players.
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When do Suns playoff tickets go on sale?
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Phoenix Suns schedule
Browse the listings above to see all upcoming games, and visit the Suns Schedule page. The regular season starts October 18, 2017, and ends April 10, 2018.
How much do Suns tickets cost?
There are ticket options for every fan at every price point on SeatGeek. Suns tickets typically cost $12 and up. For more information about Suns ticket prices, visit the Suns Ticket Prices page.
When do the Suns play the Lakers?
Suns-Lakers takes place on November 17 and February 6 in Los Angeles. See our Suns vs. Lakers matchup page for more information.
Phoenix Suns Top Matchups
The Phoenix Suns have a number of exciting matchups this season, see below for their top rivalries.
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