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Phoenix Suns History

The Phoenix Suns were founded as part of the NBA in 1968 and have always been located in Phoenix, Arizona. The team has had a relatively successful history, with six division titles and two conference titles to their name. However, that elusive NBA title has yet to be seen by those who buy Phoenix Suns tickets on a regular basis. They came very close in 1976 and 1993, but it was just not meant to be. Those who buy Phoenix Suns tickets will be hoping that the coming seasons bring a surprise NBA title to the Phoenix area. The Suns have had some of the NBA's top players ply their trade with the team. Kevin Johnson, Charles Barkley, Steve Nash and Amar'e Stoudemire have all been important players for the Suns in their history. The most recent era of Nash and Stoudemire almost brought that NBA title when they went into the 2005 playoffs. However, they simply could not overcome a superior LA Lakers team. Many felt the winner would have gone on to the title (as the Lakers did), but it was not to be for the Suns once again. However, their fans bought Phoenix Suns tickets in high numbers that season and witnessed some wonderful basketball. In the past couple of months, things have gone on a bit of a downer for the Suns. After spending almost ten years with the team, Steve Nash has been traded to their bitter rivals the Los Angeles Lakers. Nash requested the trade for two reasons. He wanted to be closer to his family and he wanted one last opportunity to challenge for that ring he could never win with the Suns. Most Phoenix Suns tickets holders will forgive Nash after all the service he has given them.

US Airways Center and the Fans

The Phoenix Suns moved to the US Airways Center in 1992 and have played all their homes games there, except for a brief renovation period in 2002-2003. The center can hold 18,422 fans for basketball games. There are also ice hockey games and arena football matches in the center. For basketball games, Phoenix Suns tickets are always sold out, especially if a Western Conference rival is the visiting team. Fans relish the big clashes and buy Phoenix Suns tickets in high numbers. The Suns have developed a rather loyal following since their inception many years ago. The Phoenix locals are very proud of their team, especially as they do not have a major football team in the area. Basketball is the major sport for them and they are desperate for an NBA title to eventually make its way to Phoenix. While the general feeling among season Phoenix Suns tickets holders is positive, there is some disappointment and resentment in the Steve Nash saga. It was assumed that he would move to an Eastern Conference rival, which would not have been a problem for fans. However, he went to the team that he has battled the hardest against over the past 5-6 seasons. This will make the Lakers stronger and make it even harder for the Suns to make an impact at the tail end of the season. However, Phoenix Suns tickets holders will just have to be positive and hope that the management can get some good deals done in the trading period.

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11-28-14: The Phoenix Suns have had a strong start to their 2014/2015 season as the team has posted an impressive 7-5 start to establish themselves as one of the better teams in the Western Conference. The Suns started this week by traveling to Philadelphia to take on the winless Philadelphia 76ers on the road. The Sixers were still searching for their first victory of the season and Michael Carter-Williams scored 18 points in the contest trying as one of four Philadelphia players to score in double figures. The Suns looked to keep the 76ers winless and had eight players who scored in double digits in the contest that made sure that happened. Isaiah Thomas led all Phoenix scorers with 23 points as the Suns took down the 76ers by the score of 122-96. The Suns were back at it the very next night on the road in Indiana taking on the Indiana Pacers from the Eastern Conference. In this contest the Pacers were outplayed and outscored in every single quarter as the team shot just 37% from the field and a meager 30% from beyond the arc in the contest. Meanwhile the Suns offensive attack was led by Gerald Green’s 23 points as Phoenix routed the Pacers by the score of 106-83. Phoenix looked to keep their winning ways going in their next contest as the Suns traveled to Toronto to take on the Toronto Raptors in a road game. The Raptors had two players to eclipse the 20 points mark while three others scored in double digits at Toronto shot 45% from the field as a team. Phoenix on the other hand had just one player score more than 20 points in the contest and had just four others that scored in double figures. The difference in the game came on the free throw line as Toronto knocked down 26 of their 32 attempts from the charity stripe while Phoenix knocked down just 8-11 of their free throws. With the Raptors dominance on the line the team beat the Suns by the score of 104-100. The Suns finished their week by traveling back home to take on the Denver Nuggets in Phoenix in a Western Conference showdown. During the contest the Nuggets shot just 42% from the field as a team as their leading scorer Wilson Chandler managed just 19 points. Denver was especially cold from beyond the three point line as the team managed just 32% from three point land in a 120-112 loss to the Suns. Phoenix’s offensive attack was led by 24 points from Gerald Green and a double-double from Eric Bledsoe in the victory for the Suns. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 10-6. Get your Suns tickets for next week as the team travels to Denver to take on the Denver Nuggets before heading back home to Phoenix to take on the Orlando Magic and the Indiana Pacers.

11-21-14: The Phoenix Suns have had one of the better starts to the 2014/2015 season as the team has posted a 5- 3 record to start the new campaign. The Suns started this week by playing host to Michael Jordan’s Charlotte Hornets at home in Phoenix. In the contest the Suns were led by five players who scored in double digits including Kemba Walker’s 19 point night. The home team shot just 28% from beyond the arc in the contest in what proved to be the deciding factor in the game. The Hornets had five players score in double digits including 22 points from Eric Bledsoe but Charlotte shot just 44% from three point land in a 103-95 victory for the Hornets on the road. The Suns enjoyed five consecutive home games before their next contest when the team traveled to Los Angeles to take on the Los Angeles Clippers in Staples Center. In the contest Chris Paul broke out for the Clippers with 32 points while five other players scored in double digits as the team shot 53% from the field on the night. Los Angeles also shot 48% from beyond the three point line as Phoenix had a rough night shooting from the field. Phoenix managed just 38% shooting from the field and 37% from three point land as the Suns fell to the Clippers by the score of 120-107. Phoenix was led by 26 points from Gerald Green but it was not enough as only three other Suns players scored in double digits in the loss. After two straight losses the Suns looked to turn things around when the team traveled to Boston to take on the Boston Celtics in their next contest. In the game the Celtics had five players score in double figures including Jeff Green’s 28 point night while the team shot 52% from the field. The Suns matched the Celtics with five players that scored in double figures while Markieff Morris led Phoenix with 30 points in the contest. The Morris led Suns edged the Celtics in the fourth quarter as Phoenix went on to beat Boston by the score of 118-114. The Suns finished off their week in Detroit as Phoenix faced off with the Pistons in a road game. In the game Greg Monroe had a double-double for the Pistons scoring 18 points and snagging 12 rebounds while teammate Brandon Jennings led all scorers with 19 points in the contest. The pair of Detroit teammates did not do enough in the contest though as Eric Bledsoe and the Suns narrowly edged the Pistons in the game by the score of 88-86. Bledsoe scored 18 points in the contest while teammate P.J. Tucker added 16 points in the Phoenix victory. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 7-5. Get your Suns tickets for next week as the team travels out on the road to face off with the Philadelphia 76ers, the Indiana Pacers and the Toronto Raptors before heading back home to host the Denver Nuggets in Phoenix.

11-14-14: The Phoenix Suns had a good start to their 2014/2015 season as the team started the campaign with a 3-2 record in the first full week of the year. The Suns started this week by hosting the Sacramento Kings at home in the second of four straight home games for Phoenix. In the contest five Suns players scored in double digits including Eric Bledsoe and Goran Dragic as this game went down to the final buzzer and into two overtime periods. Sacramento doubled up the Suns in the fourth quarter to force the overtime before narrowly winning in the second overtime by a 114-112 final score. The Kings scoring output was led by 25 points from DeMarcus Cousins in the Sacramento victory. Two nights later the Suns were back at home hosting the last unbeaten team in the NBA in the Golden State Warriors. In the game Stephen Curry scored 28 points for the Warriors while Draymond Green added 22 points to lead Golden State’s scoring attack. The Suns were led by 22 points from Isaiah Thomas and 19 points from Gerald Green as the Suns took down the Warriors by the score of 107-95 in Golden State’s first loss of the young season. Phoenix took that momentum with them into their final game of the week when they traveled to Brooklyn to take on the Brooklyn Nets on the road. Phoenix was led by 28 points from Gerald Green in the contest while Isaiah Thomas added 21 points in a 112-104 victory over the Nets. Brooklyn had six players that scored in double digits in the contest but it wasn’t enough in the loss to the Suns. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 5-3. Get your Suns tickets for next week as the team hosts the Charlotte Hornets before heading out on the road to play the Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics, and Detroit Pistons to finish the week.

11-7-14: The Phoenix Suns started their 2014/2015 season off last week by beating the Los Angeles Lakers in their home opener to start their season 1-0. With the 2014/2015 season entering its first full week the Suns continued their home stand as they hosted the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs at home in Phoenix. Tony Parker led the Spurs with 19 points while Tim Duncan chipped in 16 points of his own but it was not enough as the Suns and 23 points from Isaiah Thomas were too much in the Suns 94- 89 victory. The next night Phoenix was in Utah as the Suns played a road game against the Utah Jazz. In the game Derrick Favors went off offensively for the Jazz scoring 32 points while Gordon Heyward added 24 points in a 118-91 victory for the Jazz. Phoenix shot just 15 free throws in the contest knocking down 12 of them while Utah went 27-33 from the charity stripe in what ultimately decided this contest. The Suns leading scorer in the game was Gerald Green and he only managed 16 points in the loss for Phoenix. Phoenix looked to rebound from their first loss of the season when they traveled to Staples Center to take on the Los Angeles Lakers in a road game. Kobe Bryant went off offensively in the game scoring 39 points and grabbing 9 rebounds while getting help from Jeremy Lin, Jordan Hill, and Carlos Boozer. While Kobe was a one man wrecking crew for the Lakers the Suns played more of a team game when Markieff Morris, Gerald Green, and Isaiah Thomas each scored over 20 points while pulling down a combined 22 rebounds in the game. The trio for Phoenix was too much for the Lakers as the Suns beat Los Angeles for the second time in the young season by the score of 112-106. Phoenix finished their week off the very next night when they hosted the Memphis Grizzlies at home. In the game Memphis was led by Mike Conley and Courtney Lee who combined for 46 points on a combined 18-28 shooting. Phoenix had four players that scored in double digits in the contest but this game but decided beyond the arc. Memphis shot 53% on three point shots nailing nine shots beyond the arc while Phoenix only nailed 38% of their shots beyond the three point line. With the shots from beyond the arc the Grizzlies took down the Suns by the score of 102-91. When the week was all said and done the team finished with an overall record of 3-2. Get your Suns tickets for next week as the team hosts three straight home games against the Sacramento Kings, the Golden State Warriors, and the Brooklyn Nets.

10-31-14: The Phoenix Suns tipped off the 2014-2015 season by facing off with the Steve Nash and Julius Randal-less Los Angeles Lakers at home after posting an impressive 5-2 record in the preseason. Hopes are high in Phoenix after the Suns acquired guard Isaiah Thomas this summer to lead the offense. The Suns pitch for Thomas was a tough one as the team retained Eric Bledsoe while the Los Angeles Lakers showed heavy interest in Thomas, an interest that Thomas deemed mutual, but in the end the Suns got their man and the offense was ready to host the Los Angeles Lakers as the 214/2015 season tipped off. The aforementioned Bledsoe chipped in 16 points while Thomas led all Suns scorers with 23 points. The Lakers were led by none other than Kobe Bryant’s 31 points while only two other Lakers scored in double digits in a 119-99 loss to the Suns. Get your Suns tickets for next week as the team hosts the San Antonio Spurs before traveling to the Utah Jazz and the Los Angeles Lakers for games. Phoenix will finish the week by hosting the Memphis Grizzlies at home on Wednesday.

10-29-14: Arguably the best team that failed to make the playoffs last season were the Suns, whose 48-34 record couldn’t solidify a postseason berth in a competitive Pacific Division that also housed the Clippers and Warriors. Their success in the regular season hasn’t gone unnoticed, however, as the season average on the secondary market has risen considerably since last year. The average secondary price for Suns tickets at home this season is $210.35, up 57% from their 2013-14 season average of $134.02. The Thunder will be the Suns’ most expensive opponent at home when they travel to US Airways Center on March 29. That game has a current secondary market average of $352.35 and get-in of $58.

10-24-14: The Phoenix Suns finished last season with a 48-34 record but failed to make the playoffs in a competitive Pacific Division. Led by point guard Goran Drajic, the Suns have gone 4-2 in preseason play and will hope to carry their success into the regular season when it begins next week. The Suns haven’t entered the postseason since 2010, where they lost in the Conference Finals to the Lakers in six games.

10-15-14: The Phoenix Suns have played three of their seven scheduled preseason games so far, opening their preseason schedule on Oct 8, a 100-88 win over Flamengo, followed by another win over Denver, but dropping their last game, a 95-92 loss to the Houston Rockets. Next up on the Phoenix Suns preseason is a matchup with the San Antonio Spurs this Thursday at the US Airways Center, followed by three remaining preseason games against the Lakers, Clippers, and Jazz before kicking off their regular season on Oct 29 against the Lakers.

10-8-14: The Phoenix Suns kick off their preseason tonight as they play Flamengo at the US Airways Center. Phoenix will then host the Denver Nuggets this Friday, followed by a matchup with the Houston Rockets on October 13, with remaining preseason games against the likes of Spurs, Lakers, Clippers, and Jazz to finish out their preseason schedule. The Suns were thisclose to a playoff berth last season but just missed the cut in a stacked Western Conference despite winning 48 games. Much of the same roster returns this year for the Suns but will be in not only a tough conference, but a tough division as well.

9-22-14: Eric Bledsoe, the Suns point guard who in his first season with the team put up nearly 18 points and 6 assists. Unfortunately he only played half the season forcing Goran Dragic to play the point where he thrived and was named most improved player and made the all-NBA third team. With Bledsoe currently a restricted free agent, many experts are split on whether Phoenix should bring him back. The Suns in the offseason signed former Kings point guard Isaiah Thomas and drafted Syracuse pg Tyler Ennis. With a crowded backcourt that also includes a resurgent Gerald Green and sophomore Archie Goodwin Bledsoe’s days as a Sun may be over.    

8-13-14: The Phoenix Suns had a unexpected 48 win season missing the playoffs by just a game, but come into this season with not much to show for this offseason. They struck out in free agency as each big name player passed on joining the Suns. Lon Gabby President of Basketball Operations and GM Ryan McDonough have come up empty and their offseason is not a recipe of going any further but actually regressing this season.

Phoenix Suns 2014 Draft Overview

Round 1, Pick 14, T.J. Warren, SF, NC State
Round 1, Pick 18, Tyler Ennis, PG, Syracuse
Round 1, Pick 27, Bogdan Bogdanovic, SG, Serbia
Round 2, Pick 50, Alec Brown, C, Wisconsin-Green Bay

4-7-14: The Suns finished with a 1-2 record against the three teams with arguably the biggest markets in the league. In search of their sixth straight win, the Suns hosted the New York Knicks on Friday. Goran Dragic scored a game-high 32 points that night at US Airways Center as the Suns won, 112-88. Then, Phoenix traveled to Los Angels to play the Lakers at the Staples Center. The Suns unfortunately could not handle Chris Kaman that night. He put up 28 points and 17 rebounds as the Lakers won, 115-99. The Suns returned home for Wednesday’s contest against the Clippers and fell by four points.

4-1-14: The Western Conference playoff race is getting very interesting as the Suns continue to surprise the league. They won all four of their games played this past week, which included a huge comeback win on Sunday. After beating the Detroit Pistons by six points on Friday, the Suns overcame a 22-point deficit to defeat the Timberwolves by seven points in Minnesota. Eric Bledsoe was the man of the match the next night as he scored a game-high 20 points in Phoenix’s 102-95 victory over the Hawks in Atlanta. Then on Wednesday, the Suns completed a three-game sweep of the road trip with a 99-93 victory over the Washington Wizards.

3-24-14: The Suns continue to be in a vicious battle for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. The Suns had a strong week to keep pace as they had a 3-1 record. They began a three-game road trip at Boston. On Friday, Eric Bledsoe scored 17 points and grabbed 10 boards. It was just the second time in his career that he had 10 points and 10 rebounds in the same game. Then on Sunday in Toronto, Gerald Green scored a game-high 28 points off the bench in the Suns’ 121-113 win. However, Phoenix could not make it three wins in a row. The Suns fell to the Brooklyn Nets, 108-95, on Monday. Phoenix did finish the week on a strong note though: the Suns beat the visiting Orlando Magic by 16 points on Wednesday.

3-17-14: The clock might have struck midnight for this Cinderella. They lost all three games this past week, and it is looking like they might not make the playoffs. On Sunday, the Suns lost to the Golden State Warriors by six points. Then, Phoenix traveled to Los Angeles to complete the back-to-back set. Unfortunately, there was a lot of bad news that evening. P.J. Tucker was ejected for elbowing Blake Griffin in the chin. Tucker was suspended for Wednesday’s game. Even though the Suns lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday, Eric Bledsoe played his first game since late December and put up 15 points and nine assists.

3-10-14: The Suns bounced back from their subpar performances last week to post a 3-1 record in their four-game homestand. On Friday, Goran Dragic scored a career-high 40 points as the Suns beat the New Orleans Pelicans, 116-104. Then, on Sunday, the Suns beat the Atlanta Hawks behind a game-high 33 points from Gerald Green. However, Tuesday night was not a good one for Phoenix. Miles Plumlee’s knee did not cooperate with him right before the game, so he sat out. In addition, Leandro Barbosa suffered a broken left hand in the second quarter of the 104-96 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, but the Suns bounced back on Thursday with a big comeback to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder, 128-122.

3-3-14: The Suns need Eric Bledsoe back from his January knee surgery as soon as possible. They are losing their grip on their playoff spot after a subpar week. However, Phoenix did start the week off right. The Suns blew out the visiting San Antonio Spurs on Friday. Led by Markieff Morris’s game-high 21 points, the Suns beat the Spurs by more than 20 points. Then, Goran Dragic scored a team-high 35 points on Sunday, but Patrick Beverley’s 3-pointer near the end of the game helped the Houston Rockets get the win in Phoenix. The Suns finished their homestand with a nine-point loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday. The Utah Jazz got the best of the Suns the following night with a 109-86 drubbing of Phoenix.

2-24-14: On Friday, Miles Plumlee matched up against his brother in the Rising Stars Challenge. Then, on the following night, Goran Dragic teamed up with Reggie Jackson to participate in the skills challenge. After All-Star weekend, the Suns continued to hold onto their playoff spot. On Tuesday, Gerald Green scored a career-high 36 points in a 112-107 overtime victory over the Denver Nuggets. Although P.J. Tucker was fined for violating the league’s anti-flopping rules for the second time this season, that did not phase Phoenix. The Suns rode a 17-0 second-half run to beat the Celtics on Wednesday, 100-94.

2-18-14: The Suns had a very light week before the All-Star break and went 1-1 against two difficult teams. On Saturday, Goran Dragic poured in a career-high 34 points en route to Phoenix’s 13-point victory over the Golden State Warriors. P.J. Tucker also chipped in 16 points as well as a career-high 15 rebounds to help stop the Suns’ two-game losing streak. Then, Phoenix took on the Miami Heat on Tuesday, and LeBron James was too much for the Suns to handle. Gerald Green put up 26 points in the six-point loss. Fortunately for the Suns, they have many home games waiting for them after their week-long resting period, so they will hope to keep their playoff position.

2-10-14: It was the Goran Dragic show on Saturday night as he scored a game-high 25 points as the Suns defeated the Charlotte Bobcats by double digits. The NBA recognized Dragic’s fantastic week by naming him the Western Conference Player of the Week. Although Phoenix lost each of its next two games, Dragic combined for 47 points and moved his 20-point scoring streak to a career-best six games. As we get closer to the All-Star break, the Suns impressively remain in playoff position. With Eric Bledsoe on the comeback trail and the Phoenix organization being involved in trade discussions, this team could be a real force soon.

2-4-14: Jeff Hornacek could be elected the mayor of Phoenix with how well he has coached the Suns this season. In his first year as an NBA head coach, he has surprised the league by leading this basketball team to their best start since 2007-08. Although the Suns dropped Friday’s game to the Washington Wizards, Phoenix then swept a four-game road trip. The Suns left Cleveland, Philadelphia, Milwaukee and Indiana with victories and currently have three more wins than they did during the entire 2012-13 season. Goran Dragic, who has stepped up his play since Eric Bledsoe went down, was arguably one of the biggest snubs for the All-Star game, and he showed why in Indiana. He registered his 20th 20-point game of the season and handed the Pacers just their second home loss of 2013-14.

1-27-14: This was an important week for the Eric Bledsoe-less Suns, as they won two of their three home games. On Friday, the Morris twins combined for 36 points and 19 rebounds off the bench, but it was not enough for the Suns to defeat the Dallas Mavericks. However, Phoenix bounced back two days later to get a 14-point victory over the Denver Nuggets. Channing Frye’s season-high 30 points led the Suns to the win that night. Then on Wednesday, Gerald Green and Miles Plumlee faced their former team, the Indiana Pacers. The Suns played terrifically that evening, as it was Phoenix’s second-largest margin of victory of the season.

1-20-14: Guards in the Western Conference are dropping like flies. Eric Bledsoe, who has been one of the main reasons for the Suns shocking the NBA thus far this season, remains out indefinitely with a knee injury. Even Phoenix’s new signee Leandro Barbosa, who is providing guard depth for the team, is dealing with shoulder trouble. Although the Suns defeated the Milwaukee Bucks without Bledsoe, the team struggled a lot on its most recent road trip. While each of the five games on the road was decided by five or fewer points, Phoenix dropped four of them. However, the Suns bounced back by beating the depleted Los Angeles Lakers at home on Wednesday.

1-7-14: For the first time since 2007, the Suns won 10 games in December. They accomplished this feat after playing only 13 contests this past month. It sure has been a fantastic season thus far for the Suns, who have shocked NBA fans everywhere. Although the Suns lost to the Warriors in Golden State on Friday, they quickly bounced back with a 14-point win against the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday. Then, Phoenix traveled to Los Angeles to play the Clippers at the Staples Center, and Goran Dragic’s game-high 26 points and eight assists led the way in the Suns’ impressive 19-point victory. While the Suns lost to the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday, Goran Dragic continued his fantastic stretch as he put up a career-high 33 points.

12-30-13: The Suns continued their brilliance, as they won each of their three games this past week. Phoenix defeated the Denver Nuggets, Dallas Mavericks and Los Angeles Lakers to push the team’s record to 17-10. On Friday in Denver, Markieff Morris continued to surprise the league, as he led all players in that contest with 25 points. That scoring performance also represented the most he has put up in a road game in his career. Then, the Suns traveled home to take on the Mavericks. Eric Bledsoe’s game-high 25 points and team-high six assists led Phoenix to the 123-108 victory. The Lakers headed to the Valley of the Sun two days later, and Gerald Green welcomed them with six 3-pointers, which tied his career-high. The Suns impressively won that game by 27 points.

12-22-13: With home victories against the Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors, the Suns moved their winning streak to five games, their longest one in almost three years. Although the San Antonio Spurs defeated Phoenix on Wednesday at the US Airways Center, the Suns remain one of the better teams in the Western Conference this season. Goran Dragic has surprised almost everyone, as he has arguably been one of the best guards in the league this season. In addition, Channing Frye, who has scored 18 points per game in the last three contests, has provided some great outside shooting with a 12-of-17 performance from 3-point distance this past week.

12-13-13: Jeff Hornacek should be in the NBA Coach of the Year discussion for how well he has coached the Suns this season. Since falling to 9-9, the Suns have won three consecutive games for the first time in 2013-14. After a big victory at Houston more than a week ago, the Suns took down the Toronto Raptors at home on Friday and then the Lakers at the Staples Center on Tuesday. Now standing at a respectable 12-9 in a difficult Western Conference, this Suns team is making people think about them as a possible playoff team. They have racked up quite a few important wins early this season, so it will be fun to continue to see what Goran Dragic, Eric Bledsoe and the rest of the Suns have up their sleeves.

12-7-13: Not many people thought the Suns would be above .500 this far into the 2013-14 season. On Wednesday, they did just that after an impressive victory over the Rockets in Houston. Before Phoenix lost to the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday, the Suns split back-to-back games with the Utah Jazz. The Suns have succeeded this season with balanced scoring. They have six different players averaging double figures in points. First-year head coach Jeff Hornacek has guards Eric Bledsoe and Goran Dragic leading the show, and it been a success. Bledsoe led all scorers on Wednesday in Houston, and Dragic was the game-high scorer on Saturday against the Jazz.

11-28-13: You know who is really fun to watch? The Suns. And Goran Dragic. And Eric Bledsoe. FUN! The Phoenix Suns have won three of their last four games – all without Bledsoe who has missed five straight- to improve to 8-7 on the year. The Suns beat a very good Portland Trail Blazers team on Wednesday night 120-106 behind 31 points and 10 assists from Goran Dragic and 25 points from the rejuvenated Channing Frye. The Suns may not be able to sustain the winning over the course of the long season, but once Bledsoe returns and he teams up with Dragic in the backcourt, it will certainly remain fun to watch.

11-22-13: The early season darlings of the Western Conference are sliding back to reality. After starting the year 5-2, mostly behind the dynamic play of Eric Bledsoe, Phoenix has lost four straight games – including two straight to the Sacramento Kings. Bledsoe has missed the last two games with a bruised shin and the Suns have also missed Goran Dragic for several games this year. First round pick Alex Len has also been able to play just 31 minutes so far this year. The 5-6 record is appropriate for the roster put forth, but Eric Bledsoe is doing everything in his power to reverse that.

11-15-13: Eric Bledsoe has taken over in Phoenix as the leading scorer and assist man, helping turn what many thought was a sure loser into a competitive 5-3 ball club. The Suns endured some time without Goran Dragic, but has played solid basketball of late, with their lone week three loss coming to the Portland Trail Blazers by just one point.

11-8-13: The Suns are in full-blown rebuilding mode. At least, that’s what everyone thought. Instead of lying down for their opponents due to youth and inexperience, newly added guard Eric Bledsoe has been everything he’s been hyped up to be, and no name players have stepped up during a 3-2 start for Phoenix. It may not last, but with close losses to tough teams like the Thunder and Spurs, there is already a ton of optimism for the Suns in 2013.

11-1-13: The Suns were active this past offseason as they brought in a new head coach in addition to many fresh faces on the court. Former Suns guard and Jazz assistant Jeff Hornacek is now coaching Phoenix with a relatively new roster. They acquired Eric Bledsoe, Gerald Green and Miles Plumlee among others in the last few months. Soon after the preseason, the Suns exercised their 2014-15 options on Plumlee as well as on Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris. Bledsoe, who is starting at shooting guard, gave Suns fans a reason to cheer during the preseason and he will look to bring the same type of scoring and intensity to the regular season.

10-26-13: The Suns traded center Marcin Gortat, Shannon Brown, Malcolm Lee and Kendall Marshall to the Wizards for big Emeka Okafor and a protected 2014 first-round draft pick.

10-18-13: The Phoenix Suns are 3-2 so far this preseason, starting off with three wins, but losing the last two. Goran Dragic has been the Suns’ leading scorer throughout the preseason with a 12.6 points per game average. New addition Eric Bledsoe is leading the team in assists with 5.4. Bledsoe also has the game high in points with 22 in the preseason opener against Maccabi Haifa. Rookie center Alex Len had nine rebounds in Phoenix’s 106-99 win against the San Antonio Spurs for the third win of the preseason. The Suns have two preseason games remaining:

  • Oct 22 vs Oklahoma City
  • Oct 23 at Denver

8-29-13: The Suns and Bucks have agreed on a deal that will send Caron Butler to the Milwaukee Bucks for Ish Smith and Slava Kravtsov.

8-23-13: With new management on board, the Phoenix Suns seem to have finally established a plan for themselves and our on their way to a positive rebuild. The key offseason move for the Suns was the acquisition of young guard Eric Bledsoe who came over along with Caron Butler from the Los Angeles Clippers. With the fifth overall pick in this year’s draft, Phoenix selected the 7’1” Alex Len out of the University of Maryland (via Ukraine) and with the 29th overall pick they selected Archie Goodwin out of the University of Kentucky. New General Manager Ryan McDonough and new Head Coach Jeff Hornacek have their work cut out for them, but the talent level is without a doubt increasing in Phoenix.

The Suns will open their home season schedule on October 30th against the Portland Trail Blazers. Steve Nash and his Los Angeles Lakers will return to Phoenix on Monday, December 23rd and again on Wednesday, January 15th. The Los Angeles Clippers will make their trips into Phoenix on Tuesday, March 4th and Wednesday, April 2nd. The Miami Heat will make just one appearance in Arizona on Tuesday, February 11th.

Key Home Games:

  • October 30th – Portland Trail Blazers
  • November 15th – Brooklyn Nets
  • December 23rd – Los Angeles Lakers
  • February 4th – Chicago Bulls
  • February 11th – Miami Heat

7-27-13: The Suns are on the verge of trading center Luis Scola to the Indiana Pacers in exchange for swingman Gerald Green and future draft considerations.

7-1-13: The fifth overall pick in the NBA draft went to the Phoenix Suns and they selected Alex Len out of Maryland. Len is a shot blocking seven footer who can score with his back to the basket. Last year at Maryland the Ukrainian shot 53% from the field While also grabbing eight rebounds per game. At 7-1 and 255 pounds Len already has an NBA body. It will be interesting to see how his scoring ability Translates to the NBA game. Len Was projected high in this year's NBA draft so his position at fifth overall is no surprise. The Suns are also in rebuilding mode and will likely part ways with current center Marcin Gortat. Finishing dead last in the Western Conference certainly affected the Phoenix Suns average ticket prices for home games. Last year at 25 – 57 the Suns average ticket prices for home games was $95. Unless the Suns can improve in the win column expect ticket prices to remain the same or go down. It's Len pans out to be a force at center Suns could improve quickly but that is no guarantee.

Suns 2013 Draft Summary

  • Round 1, Pick 5: C Alex Len, Maryland.
  • Round 1, Pick 29: PG Archie Goodwin, Kentucky (from OKC via Golden State).
  • Round 2, Pick 27: F Alex Oriakhi, Missouri.

    6-12-13: The Suns have fully entered rebuilding mode and the standing show it. Winning only 25 games this year, it was their worst winning output since before the Steve Nash era began. The Suns will select 5th overall in the draft but will also have to attend to their free agent center Marcin Gortat. Gortat was a key piece to the team’s offense and when he went down with an injury, it only made matters worse. Goran Dragic is a strong young point guard with a lot of potential. With added help the Suns can begin to rise once again in the near future.

    11-26-12: The departure of Steve Nash hasn’t seemed to slow down the pace of the Phoenix Suns. At 6-8 they are still scoring over 100 points per game but also continue to have struggled defensively. The Suns give up a league worst 103 points per game. In order for them to climb the standing, this will have to change.

  • Phoenix Suns Schedule

    Oct. 29 Los Angeles 10:00
    Oct. 31 San Antonio 10:00
    Nov. 1 at Utah 9:00
    Nov. 4 at Los Angeles 10:30
    Nov. 5 Memphis 9:00
    Nov. 7 Sacramento 9:00
    Nov. 9 Golden State 8:00
    Nov. 12 Brooklyn 9:00
    Nov. 14 Charlotte 9:00
    Nov. 15 at Los Angeles 10:30
    Nov. 17 at Boston 7:30
    Nov. 19 at Detroit 7:30
    Nov. 21 at Philadelphia 7:00
    Nov. 22 at Indiana 7:00
    Nov. 24 at Toronto 7:30
    Nov. 26 Denver 9:00
    Nov. 28 at Denver 9:00
    Nov. 30 Orlando 8:00
    Dec. 2 Indiana 9:00
    Dec. 5 at Dallas 8:30
    Dec. 6 at Houston 8:00
    Dec. 8 at Los Angeles 10:30
    Dec. 9 Miami 9:00
    Dec. 12 Detroit 9:00
    Dec. 14 at Oklahoma City 7:00
    Dec. 15 Milwaukee 9:00
    Dec. 17 at Charlotte 7:00
    Dec. 20 at New York 1:00
    Dec. 21 at Washington 6:00
    Dec. 23 Dallas 9:00
    Dec. 26 at Sacramento 10:00
    Dec. 28 at Los Angeles 9:30
    Dec. 30 at New Orleans 8:00
    Dec. 31 at Oklahoma City 8:00
    Jan. 2 Philadelphia 9:00
    Jan. 4 Toronto 8:00
    Jan. 6 at Milwaukee 8:00
    Jan. 7 at Minnesota 9:30
    Jan. 9 at San Antonio 8:30
    Jan. 11 at Memphis 6:00
    Jan. 13 Cleveland 9:00
    Jan. 16 Minnesota 9:00
    Jan. 19 Los Angeles 10:30
    Jan. 21 Portland 9:00
    Jan. 23 Houston 9:00
    Jan. 25 Los Angeles 6:00
    Jan. 28 Washington 10:30
    Jan. 30 Chicago 10:30
    Jan. 31 at Golden State 10:30
    Feb. 2 Memphis 9:00
    Feb. 5 at Portland 10:30
    Feb. 6 Utah 9:00
    Feb. 8 at Sacramento 9:00
    Feb. 10 Houston 8:00
    Feb. 20 at Minnesota 8:00
    Feb. 21 at Chicago 8:00
    Feb. 23 Boston 9:00
    Feb. 25 at Denver 9:00
    Feb. 26 Oklahoma City 10:30
    Feb. 28 San Antonio 9:00
    Mar. 2 at Miami 7:30
    Mar. 4 at Orlando 7:00
    Mar. 6 at Brooklyn 7:30
    Mar. 7 at Cleveland 7:30
    Mar. 9 Golden State 10:00
    Mar. 11 Minnesota 10:00
    Mar. 13 Atlanta 10:00
    Mar. 15 New York 9:00
    Mar. 19 New Orleans 10:00
    Mar. 21 at Houston 8:00
    Mar. 22 Dallas 9:00
    Mar. 25 Sacramento 10:00
    Mar. 27 Portland 10:00
    Mar. 29 Oklahoma City 9:00
    Mar. 30 at Portland 10:00
    Apr. 2 at Golden State 10:30
    Apr. 4 Utah 10:00
    Apr. 7 at Atlanta 7:30
    Apr. 8 at Dallas 9:30
    Apr. 10 at New Orleans 8:00
    Apr. 12 at San Antonio 7:00
    Apr. 14 Los Angeles 10:30

    Phoenix Suns Ticket Prices

    Average Home Price Since 2010

    Year Avg Price
    2010-2011: $96.33
    2011-2012: $85.32
    2012-2013: $117.22
    2013-2014: $133.09
    2014-2015: $209.35

    Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    1/30/2015 vs. Chicago Bulls: $423.98
    3/29/2015 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: $352.80
    1/13/2015 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: 349.17
    2/26/2015 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: $337.57
    1/25/2015 vs. Los Angeles Clippers: $282.47

    Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    1/30/2015 vs. Chicago Bulls: $423.98
    3/29/2015 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: $352.80
    1/13/2015 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers: 349.17
    2/26/2015 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: $337.57
    12/23/2013 vs. Los Angeles Lakers: $325.54

    Five Least Expensive Homes Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    11/05/2014 vs. Memphis Grizzlies: $111.69
    12/02/2014 vs. Indiana Pacers: $122.60
    11/30/2014 vs. Orlando Magic: $123.93
    12/15/2014 vs. Milwaukee Bucks: $125.42
    11/12/2014 vs. Brooklyn Nets: $126.11

    Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    4/15/2013 vs. Houston Rockets: $44
    4/11/2011 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves: $47
    2/22/2012 vs. Golden State Warriors: $49
    2/10/2011 vs. Golden State Warriors: $52.97
    1/26/2011 vs. Charlotte Bobcats: $53.12

    Phoenix Suns Video Highlights

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