Get out your purple and orange, this could be the year for the Phoenix Suns! It’s been a tough road rebuilding from a five-year meltdown and postseason drought, but things are looking up thanks to the guidance of general manager Ryan McDonough and new head coach Earl Watson. With last season’s injured list looking a lot shorter, along with the return of Jared Dudley, the Suns have a lot going for them and will be looking to prove themselves in the 2015-2016 season. Will the Phoenix Suns crash and burn or rise and shine? See for yourself as you catch all the action at the Talking Stick Resort Arena. Tickets are available now!
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Heading into last week’s three-game road trip, the Phoenix Suns knew they had to be on top of their game. Losing the first contest in Cleveland, Phoenix performed better in New York, beating the Knicks 107-105 Saturday. At the Air Canada Centre in Toronto the next night, Phoenix pulled off an even better upset, besting the Raptors 115-103. Returning to the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Arizona Tuesday, the Suns couldn’t hold on against the visiting Timberwolves, dropping 111-112. Up next, Phoenix will be on hosting duty for the next three. This Saturday, Jan. 28, Denver is in town, followed by visits from Memphis on Monday and the Clippers on Wednesday. Tickets for all three gamescan be purchased today!
Just when it seemed like the Phoenix Suns were finally starting to get some momentum going, they couldn’t quite seal the deal against LeBron James and the rest of the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday night. They did give the Cavs a run for their money, however, because the contest ended a close 120-116. The Suns may have been able to secure the victory if they had not given up a ridiculous 41 points in the first quarter. Phoenix has an absurdly difficult schedule in the next week, starting with the Utah Jazz on Monday night. Tickets to that game are on sale and available for prices as low as $6.
Postseason hopes are slipping through the hands of the Phoenix Suns. Tied for last place in the Western Conference, Phoenix has won just nine games three months into the season. Against teams faring better than .500, the Suns have won just one time, and they will play against teams in that group in 14 of the next 17 games. Many argue that Phoenix is simply a young team; can experience help them overcome some of the struggles that are keeping them down? The Suns are scheduled to play at home at the Talking Stick Resort Arena this Thursday, Dec. 29, against the Raptors and Tuesday, Jan. 3, against the Heat. Get tickets now for just $9 and up.
A week ago, the Phoenix Suns were at their lowest point in the season, and it showed in Monday’s NBA power rankings. At dead last, Phoenix had nowhere to go but up, which may have given the team a small boost of momentum to win two of the next four. Toppling the Knicks and the Lakers is no small feat for the 8-18 Suns, and although the victories were sandwiched by losses to the Pelicans and the Spurs, it’s been their best showing since Week 2. Get tickets from us today for the Phoenix Suns’ next home game with the Houston Rockets this Wednesday, Dec. 21! Our prices start at $7.
The Phoenix Suns did it! They managed to secure just their sixth win of the season over the Atlanta Hawks last night. It was an extremely exciting matchup for anyone who was in the audience, as the underdog home team took out the higher-ranked visitors in a tight 109 - 107 contest. The two teams went point for point in the second half, making the Suns’ 36-point first quarter the deciding moments of the game. Phoenix will now hit the road to face the mighty Golden State Warriors followed by the Utah Jazz. They return to Talking Stick Resort Arena on Wednesday, December 7 to host the Indiana Pacers. Tickets are $6 and up.
The Phoenix Suns cannot seem to get any steam going. They are now 3 - 6 overall after losing to the formidable Golden State Warriors in what was the start of a length road trip. Phoenix definitely gave Golden State a run for their money, however, scoring 120 to their 133. Unfortunately, the Suns were simply no match for the likes of Steph Curry and company. They will now head to Denver to square off with the Nuggets. The next time you can catch the Suns at home is Friday, November 25, when they host the Minnesota Timberwolves. Tickets to that game are on sale and available for just $13.
The last couple of weeks were not nice to the Phoenix Suns. The Suns have lost their last four games in a row and are struggling to pull out of the losing slump. They did play the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors, which are two of the best teams in the league. But they also took on the Los Angeles Clippers and Sacramento Kings who are just average. On October 31, their game against the LA Clippers was not how the Suns wanted it to go. Everything seemed to be going just fine in the first quarter, but the second quarter seemed to be a whole different ball game. The Clippers outscored the Suns by 12 points, which gave them the pathway to victory.
The Phoenix Suns have been an average NBA team, going up and down for the past decade or so. However, they are sitting in the number two spot in the NBA Pacific standings so far in the preseason. Their last game was against the Dallas Mavericks and was held on Friday, October 14 at the Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix. The game went back and forth the entire game, but the Suns were able to hold on to the lead once they grasped it in the second quarter. Chriss and Bledsoe scored 17 points apiece and Dudley added 15 of his own points to the Suns scoreboard. See them live when they take on the Golden State Warriors on October 30.
During the offseason, the Phoenix Suns were trying to lure a top-level agent to their Arizona team, but they weren’t able to do so. After it was established that they weren’t going to be scoring any huge players, the Suns put more of their focus on drafting well. They made a huge move, trading up in the first round of the draft, which scored them Marquese Chriss and Dragan Bender. The hope is that these two players will help shape the Suns way into a quicker rebuilding process. See if they were successful in their decisions when they Suns take the court again starting in October. Get your tickets today.
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