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If the Phoenix Suns had established a reputation as an offense-only team in recent years, it would be due to their decided lack of a true post defender. That need has been fulfilled and then some, as the Suns added vaunted big man Tyson Chandler to anchor their interior defense. The former Defensive Player of the Year will combine with Alex Len to guard the paint as speedy Kentucky alums Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Knight take charge in the backcourt. With former Suns All-Star Jeff Hornacek calling shots from the bench this year, the new-and-improved Phoenix Suns are ready to rise from the ashes and make some noise in the NBA’s Western Conference! Score your Phoenix Suns tickets for US Airways Center today—the Purple Palace is sure to be rocking for every home game!
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Catch All the NBA’s Best in Phoenix
Fans in the Valley of the Sun have plenty of great opportunities this season to see some of the NBA’s top talent, close to home at Talking Stick Resort Arena. With cheap Phoenix Suns tickets from Razorgator, you can be there front and center to see Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis of the New York Knicks (Wed. 3/11), Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns of Minnesota (3/14) and the retiring Kobe Bryant of the L.A. Lakers on March 23rd.

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You can always find great discount prices on Suns tickets right here, for home and away games throughout the season. Catch Kobe’s last visit to Phoenix with seats starting at $118, but act quickly because supplies are extremely limited!

Phoenix Suns News and Updates

There is bad news for fans of the Phoenix Suns. They still have not managed to shake their current losing streak. It seems the Suns’ recent away series stopped them in their tracks, preventing them from earning any more victories, even after returning to Phoenix for five consecutive games. Most recently, the Suns gave it their all when facing the league leader, the Golden State Warriors. The final score came to 112-104. There are two more home games before the Suns have to hit the road again, so fans are hoping they will break this slump by then. They will host the Houston Rockets on February 19th and the San Antonio Spurs on the 21st.
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