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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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Phoenix Suns 2015-2016 News and Updates

2/11/16 - 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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2/4/16 - The Phoenix Suns have been one of the best teams in the NBA in the past, but that is not the case this season. Right now the Suns are sitting in thirteenth place in the Western conference and are far from playoff contention. The Suns have lost their last five games in a row and are scraping at the bottom of the barrel to pull out of their losing streak. On February 2, the Suns hit the court against the Toronto Raptors and came out of the gates looking really good. However, their inability to score in the second quarter was what led the Raptors to the 104-97 win. Tickets for their next home game are available for $7 each.

1/28/16 - It looks like the Phoenix Suns have finally brought their losing streak to an end. After six consecutive losses, they managed to beat out the Atlanta Hawks during their final home game of the series. The Suns earned a strong lead in the opening quarter, and continued to score more points in nearly every period. The final score was brought to 95-98. Fans are certainly excited to see the Suns winning again, but it is unfortunate that they immediately had to hit the road. They travelled to face the Philadelphia 76ers and the Cleveland Cavaliers, but they were not able to pick up another win. The Suns will return to Phoenix on February 2nd.

1/21/16 - The Phoenix Suns extended their losing streak to six games after losing to the Spurs on January 21. The Suns stayed close to the Spurs through most of the game and even outscored them 30-28 in the third quarter. However, the Spurs dominated in the fourth quarter, outscoring them 38-20 to win 117-89. Only nine players were available for the game due to injuries, and forward P.J. Tucker experienced a bruised chest during the first quarter and missed the rest of the game. Devin Booker led the team with 24 points and Archie Goodwin helped out with 20 points. They host the Hawks on the 23, and you can still get tickets to catch the action in person. Prices start at just $10.

1/15/16 - After beating the Hornets on the 6, the Phoenix Suns found themselves back in a losing streak. Their latest loss came against the Pacers on January 12. The game was close going into the fourth quarter, but the Pacers pulled away, outscoring the Suns 36-12 in the last 12 minutes of the game to win 116-97. The Suns had some momentum in the second quarter, but then the lights went out, pausing the game for 22 minutes and halting their momentum. Devin Booker and Mirza Teletovic led the team in points with 19 apiece. The Suns will look to break their losing streak when they play the Celtics on the 15. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $51.

1/7/16 - It is no secret that the Phoenix Suns have been struggling lately, but it looks like their losing streak is finally over. They may have lost the last nine consecutive matches, but the Suns were still able to beat out the Charlotte Hornets on January 6th. They started out with a tiny 2-point lead at the end of the opening quarter, but were able to build their lead throughout the match and finished with a final score of 102-111. Additionally, this was the Suns’ first match on their own court in a while. They are just starting a series of home games, so come out and cheer the Suns to their next victory.

12/31/15 - A loss against the Spurs on December 30 brings the Phoenix Suns’ losing streak to six games. The Spurs dominated the first half, with the teams going into the first half with the Spurs leading 61-33. The Suns held the Spurs to a much closer second half, but they were unable to overcome the deficit from the first half, losing 112-79. The game was a season low for total points points in the first quarter, and first-half points. The Suns will look to finally break this losing streak when they play the Thunder on December 31. You can still get tickets to see the game in person, with prices starting at $25.

12/22/15 - The Phoenix Suns have had a huge month of back and forth between wins and losses. They haven’t been able to get on a solid winning streak, but the good news is, they haven’t suffered from a losing streak either. On December 20, the Suns played against the Milwaukee Bucks for a Sunday afternoon game. The game was close during each quarter, but the Bucks eventually outscored the Suns 101-95 to finalize the win. See what the Suns can do when they hit the road to compete against the Utah Jazz on December 21. Tickets for the game are still available so don’t miss your chance to see them play live.

12/17/15 - The Phoenix Suns are going through a bit of a rough patch. They just lost their second consecutive match. With a season record of 11-16, the Suns are falling behind just a bit. Despite losing, fans that saw December 16th’s matchup against the Golden State Warriors will recognize how well they played. The Warriors have only suffered a single loss this season, but the Suns were able to nearly add to that figure. The final score came to 103-128. It is rare for any team to score over 100 points against the Warriors, so fans know the team still has a lot of fight left in them. From here, the Suns are returning to host the New Orleans Pelicans.

12/10/15 - Taking advantage of some key mistakes made by their opponents, the Phoenix Suns hung on to beat Orlando 107-104 Wednesday night. After giving up two ten-point leads, the Suns were grateful for their good fortune when the Magic missed two three-pointers in the final moments. Alex Len’s talents were on full display, and he had his best game of the season with 14 rebounds and 20 points to help Phoenix. He and the rest of his teammates are now getting ready to welcome the Trail Blazers to the Talking Stick Resort Arena on Friday, Dec. 11, with tipoff happening at 7:30 PM. You can purchase tickets today for only $10 and up.

12/3/15 - The Phoenix Suns broke their four game losing streak with a win against the Raptors on Sunday, November 29. Eric Bledsoe had 20 points and helped out with 11 assists, giving him his third double-double this season. Bledsoe missed a free throw with 12 seconds left to play, but he made up for it on offense and defense, including blocking a 3-pointer by the Raptors that could have tied the game. The Suns' winning ways did not last long when they lost a close game against the Nets on December 1. The Suns head to Detroit to play the Pistons on December 2, and you can still get tickets for prices starting at just $4.

11/27/15 - After breaking a budding-winning streak with their loss against the Bulls, the Phoenix Suns went back to their winning ways when they beat the Nuggets on the 20. The Suns were behind, but they came back to win the game 114-107, thanks to Brandon Knight's career-high 38 points. Knight had a great night despite spraining his ankle. Unfortunately, they were unable to maintain the momentum and lost against the Pelicans on the 22. They will look to get back to winning when they play the Spurs in San Antonio on the 23 before facing the Pelicans again, this time at home, on the 25. You can still get tickets to the games, with prices starting at $16.

11/19/15 - The Phoenix Suns were predicted to be the winners of their game against the Chicago Bulls this week due to the Bulls star point guard, Derrick Rose being out from an ankle injury. Not only was Rose out of the game, but Aaron Brooks also hit the injured list when he left the court halfway through the third quarter because of a hamstring injury. Unfortunately, the Suns weren’t able to capitalize on the loss of Rose and ended up losing the game 97-103 to end their three-game winning spree. See if they can come back from the harsh loss when they take on the Denver Nuggets on November 20. Tickets are still available.

11/12/15 - The Phoenix Suns have won their last two games in a row. Their latest victory was against the Nuggets on November 14. Eric Bledsoe scored 30 points and further helped the offense with seven rebounds and four assists in just three quarters. Tyson Chandler also helped out, snagging 11 points and grabbing eight rebounds. Despite starting out making just two of their first ten attempts, they had a 17-0 run to end the quarter ahead 27-13. They continued to dominate and outscoring the Nuggets. The Suns led by 37 at one point, and they won with an impressive 105-81 lead. The Suns next host the Lakers on the 16. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $17.

11/6/15 - After losing to the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night, the Phoenix Suns got another win on their record when they played the Sacramento Kings on November 4. Eric Bledsoe led the team with 19 points, and Brandon Knight helped out with 17. In total, there were six players who had double figures during the game. Phoenix went out strong from the beginning, thanks to Bledsoe who was 2 for 3 in 3-pointers in the first period, and never trailed behind the Clippers. The Suns host the Detroit Pistons for their next game, which is on November 6. There is still time to get your tickets to catch all the action in person, with prices starting at $12.

10/29/15 - The Phoenix Suns opened their 2015-16 season with a loss against the Dallas Mavericks. After a close first half, the Mavericks pulled ahead and started to dominate. The Suns attempted to rally late, but the Mavericks remained in control of the game. Brandon Knight led the team in scoring with 15 points. The Suns plan to just take the loss as a learning opportunity and look forward to brighter days in the future. Coach Jeff Hornacek was quoted saying that the team needed to "flush it down the toilet" and move on. They host the Portland Trail Blazers on October 30. You can catch the action in person at the Suns' home opener with tickets available for as little as $15.

10/22/15 - If preseason games indicate the kind of success that a team is going to have during regular season play, then the Phoenix Suns should be happy with what is down the road. Currently the Suns have won four of their last six games and have beat out some tough competition. On October 21, the Suns hit the court against the Dallas Mavericks on the Mavericks home turf. Playing away from home didn’t seem to faze the Suns and they were able to bring home the W on Wednesday night. Watch the team play their first home game on October 28 against the Dallas Mavericks again. Tickets are still up for grabs so don’t miss your chance.

10/16/15 - This week, the Phoenix Suns have taken some action to get their roster closer to what it will be once the official season begins at the end of the month. They waived guard Terrico White and forward Kyle Casey, who had both initially signed with the team back in September. Both played less than ten minutes during preseason games. With the loss of these two players, the Suns now have a 15-man roster. The Suns won their first two preseason games against the Kings and Jazz respectively, but they lost in overtime against the Rockets in their third game. They next play the Nuggets in Denver on October 16. You can still get tickets to the game, with prices starting at $56.

8/13/15 - The Phoenix Suns are still settling a few team dynamics issues as they prepare to head into the 2015-2016 season. Although Markieff Morris says he wants to be traded after claiming “disrespect,” the power forward and the rest of the Suns are going to have to learn to work together if they want to turn their luck around. They finished with a record of just 39-43 last season and placed third in the Pacific Division. With the official schedule for the NBA 2025-2016 season just published this week, the Suns will no doubt be looking for redemption. It’s not going to come easily, unfortunately for the Suns. They’ll face their bitter rivals the Dallas Mavericks in the home opening game on Wednesday, October 28. Tickets start at $85.

2014-2015 Season

4/9/15 - A season that looked promising for the Phoenix Suns will apparently end well short of where the team would have liked. The Suns, one game under .500 and 3 ½ games behind New Orleans for the final playoff spot with three games left, will be left as spectators to the NBA’s second season which starts later this month.

4/2/15 - There’s never really a good time to go on a losing streak, but for the Phoenix Suns, now is probably the single worst time to drop four straight. The Suns have fallen well back in the chase for the Western Conference’s No. 8 seed, currently four games behind Oklahoma City, who currently holds that final position.

3/26/15 - Another team in the Western Conference who needs to make a move is the Phoenix Suns, who currently trail eighth-place Oklahoma City by three games with just 10 to play. The Suns lost their last outing but have six wins in their last 10 games.

3/18/15 - After a triumphant 102-89 win over the Knicks on March 15, the Phoenix Suns will be looking to beat the Pelicans on March 19. The victory brings their record to 35-33, placing them third in the Pacific Division. The game against the Knicks started out bad for the Suns, with the Knicks leading going into halftime. However, the Suns were able to pull ahead early during the second half and never allow the Knicks to get ahead. The Suns had significant help from Eric Bledsoe, who scored 21 points, and had nine assists and nine rebounds. Marcus Morris also helped out with 20 points. Regular starters Brandon Knight and Alex Len were out due to sprained ankles, but will hopefully be back for the Pelicans game. Tickets are still available, starting at $11.

3/5/15 - The last of the Western Conference’s squads with a winning record, the Phoenix Suns have been unable to close the gap on either New Orleans or Oklahoma City to gain the conference’s eighth seed in the playoff chase. The Suns are 16 ½ games back of Golden State, at the top of the Pacific Division and conference standings, and 2 ½ games back of Oklahoma City, who holds the eighth slot.

2/26/15 - Another team who would be on the upside of the playoff race if they were in the East is the Phoenix Suns. In the Western Conference standings, though, the Suns are in 10th place, a half game behind New Orleans and 2 ½ games behind the current eighth seed, Oklahoma City.

2/20/15 - One of the league’s busier teams at yesterday’s trade deadline was the Phoenix Suns, involved as they were in a trio of three-team deals. One deal saw the Suns get guards Brandon Knight and Kendall Marshall, both from Milwaukee, while sending center Miles Plumlee and guard Tyler Ennis to the Bucks. Later the Suns sent guard Goran Dragic to Miami for Danny Granger and draft picks; the Suns also acquired forward John Salmons from New Orleans.

2/12/15 - It’s been a bit of a struggle of late for the Phoenix Suns, who have come to the All-Star Break having won just once in the month of February, and fallen in five of their last six. The lone win this month came in a 100-93 victory over Utah at U.S. Airways Center late last week.

2/5/15 - The Phoenix Suns are currently holding on to the eighth and final playoff spot in the Western Conference, just a game and a half of New Orleans and 12 ½ games behind conference leading Golden State. The Suns need to turn around a two game winning streak to stay competitive.

1/29/15 - If the season ended today, the Phoenix Suns would be in the playoffs, as the Western Conference’s eighth seed and paired up with division rivals Golden State. The Suns have a 2 ½ game lead over the No. 9 team in the conference, New Orleans, while sitting three games back of San Antonio and Dallas in the conference standings.

1/15/15 - If the season ended today, the Phoenix Suns would hold the eighth and final Western Conference playoff spot. The Suns are 2 ½ games ahead of New Orleans, who is ninth overall in the conference – but just a game ahd a half back of defending champions San Antonio.

1/8/15 - Who’s got the second-best winning streak in the Western Conference at the moment? The Phoenix Suns, who have prevailed in their last four games, and now stand 3 ½ games back of the L.A. Clippers in the Pacific Division.

12/18/14 - With a victory Wednesday night over Charlotte, the Phoenix Suns broke a six-game losing streak, their longest of the season. The Suns’ effort was led by Goran Dragic, with 20 points, and reserve Isaiah Thomas, who had a team high 23 points.

12/11/14 - As Golden State and the L.A. Clippers pull away from the pack in the Pacific Division, the Phoenix Suns are treading water and barely keeping afloat. The Suns have dropped their last three contests to fall five games behind the Clippers and eight full games behind the white-hot Warriors.

12/4/14 - After ending November with three losses in four games, the Phoenix Suns started December back on the right foot with a win over injury-ravaged Indiana. The Suns stand in third place in the Pacific Division, behind red=hot Golden State and the L.A. Clippers.

11/20/14 - The Phoenix Suns are working their way though an Eastern swing at the moment. They slipped past Detroit earlier in the week, and then will take on winless Philadelphia and injury-ravaged Indiana in back to back games this weekend.

11/13/14 - The Phoenix Suns are in the middle of the league’s Pacific Division at the moment, riding a two game win streak after first dealing Golden State their first loss of the season, then knocking off visiting Brooklyn. The Suns are tied with Sacramento just a half game back of Golden State.

11/6/14 - Between unbeaten Golden State and the winless L.A. Lakers, there’s the Phoenix Suns, in the middle at 3-2 after falling to the Memphis Grizzlies, who are also undefeated. In fact, the Suns have defeated the Lakers twice already in this young season.

10/30/14 - The Phoenix Suns made quite the statement in their season opener against the LA Lakers last week, winning the game 119-99. The Suns pulled an early lead and maintained it through each quarter of the game by shooting more three-pointers than they did in any one game last year. The team made an all-around effort in rebounding with no one player grabbing more than six and with at five of the Suns having at least five rebounds. Eric Bledsoe led the Suns in a 20-9 start to the game in which Phoenix never trailed. It was Isaiah Thomas who was the Phoenix leader in points with 23 in his Suns debut. Goran Dragic and Bledsoe also topped two digits with 18 and 16 point respectively. Catching more of the Suns’ fire can be easy with available tickets for upcoming games starting at $24.

8/26/14 - The 2014-2015 Phoenix Suns schedule recently released, and everyone wants to get their hands on tickets to see last year’s surprise team. The Suns open their regular season with two high-profile games at home: Oct. 29 against Kobe Bryant and the Lakers and Oct. 31 against the defending champion Spurs. With a good amount of cap space, and a genius GM at the helm, see who Arizona is toting in the 2014-2015 season with Phoenix Suns tickets today!

The Phoenix Suns lambasted naysayers and predictions of a cellar destination by becoming the NBA’s Cinderella team. After trading away three veterans in the offseason, basketball fans presumed a tank was imminent, but rookie GM Ryan McDonough was one step ahead of the game. He hired Jeff Hornacek as their solid head coach, locked-in three first round and one second-round pick and followed with a slew of wildly beneficial free agent acquisitions. Enter the tag-team of Eric Bledsoe and Goran Dragic, compounded by the return from injury of Channing Frye, and the reawakening of Gerald Green, and the Suns nearly scored a playoff berth in the eleventh hour.

This Western Conference franchise made mega moves last offseason, so Phoenix was relatively quiet this time around. They locked-in TJ Warren (No. 14), Tyler Ennis (No. 18) and Bogdan Bagondavic (No. 27), whom they may use in attaining higher-level talent at the trade deadline, especially considering Phoenix has good amount of cap space available. Expectations will be high for the Suns this year, as no one will be sleeping on this Western Conference team—will they continue their unparalleled rise in 2015? See what McDonough and Co. have in store for us this year with Phoenix Suns tickets today!
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