Phoenix Suns 2013-14 Season
10/22/13 - Phoenix Suns tickets are averaging $133 for the 2013-14 regular season, $64 less than the league average. The most expensive matchup on the Phoenix Suns schedule is against the back-to-back NBA Champions, Miami Heat. The game on 2/11/14 at US Airways Center
will cost you $62 to get in the arena. The second most expensive home game is against former Suns star Steve Nash and the Los Angeles Lakers
who visit Phoenix two days before Christmas. The home opener on 10/30/13 against the Portland Trail Blazers is averaging $74 and is one of the cheapest games of the season in Phoenix
8/23/13 - The Suns are in full rebuilding mode following Steve Nash’s departure last offseason and a last place finish in the Western Conference in 2012-13. Following the disappointing finish, the team fired interim head coach Lindsey Hunter and hired another former NBA player in longtime Suns and Jazz guard Jeff Hornacek. Hornacek was drafted by the Suns in 1986 and was the team’s leading scorer in 1991-92 before being traded for Charles Barkley. The team’s 2013 first round draft picks, skilled center Alex Len and promising guard Archie Goodwin, will hope for a similar level of success in Phoenix. The Suns also acquired point guard Eric Bledsoe from the Clippers after his impressive stint backing up All-Star Chris Paul. Returning players Marcin Gortat, Goran Dragic, Shannon Brown, and the Morris brothers will also be expected to make contributions. While the Suns may experience growing pains during 2013-14 season, they do have three first-round draft picks in the loaded 2014 draft.