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Phoenix Suns Fast Facts
- Conference & Division
- Western Conference, Pacific Division
- Earl Watson
- Home Arena
- Talking Stick Resort Arena
- Arena Capacity
- Los Angeles Lakers
2016 Phoenix Suns Schedule
Get your Phoenix Suns tickets now and see all the NBA basketball fun live and in person. The Suns are ready for the NBA season! Suns Head Coach Jeff Hornacek has the team playing hard and with Marcin Gortat on the court you know this team has a chance to win. Pointguard Brandon Knight will be counted on to distribute the ball, whether that’s to forwards Markieff Morris and P.J. Tucker or to the big man at center Tyson Chandler. And then there's Eric Bledsoe at the perimeter, always ready to drain a three-pointer. Don’t miss a Suns basketball game live at the US Airways Center because the team is playing hard. The Western Conference’s Pacific Division is heating up so the Suns needs to play tough. Be there this season to cheer the Suns on! Check out the Suns' schedule and get your tickets today! You can find a large selection of Phoenix Suns game tickets right here so don’t pass up all the excitement!
Phoenix Suns Rivalries
Don’t miss out on seeing Brandon Knight and the Suns take on rivals like the Los Angeles lakers and the San Antonio Spurs. There is no love lost between these teams and Suns games featuring these rivals are always extra-exciting. Don’t pass up a chance to watch Phoenix basketball take on the Los Angeles lakers because these games are out of control. And don’t forget about Phoenix Suns vs San Antonio Spurs tickets either, because that is another tough opponent. No shortage of tough teams on the Phoenix basketball schedule, so get your tickets today!
The Suns have some tough opponents in the Western Conference, Pacific Division so they need you in the stands at US Airways Center making noise. You can find a large selection of Phoenix Suns tickets at Ticket Liquidator so move fast! Stock up on tickets for Phoenix Suns basketball so that you can see the action live. See what the Phoenix Suns can get going and get your tickets today!
The Western Conference’s Pacific Division has some solid teams looking to take the Phoenix Suns down night in and night out. With rivals like the Los Angeles lakers and the San Antonio Spurs facing the Suns, there aren’t many easy wins in the NBA. Basketball is all about team work, so Tyson Chandler and the team is going to have to step it up this season. Be there to hear the US Airways Center go nuts with excitement and get your tickets for Phoenix basketball.
The Suns play their home games at the US Airways Center [tickets] a $90 million arena also known as the Snake Pit and the Purple Palace. The Center opened in 1992 and can hold 18,422 spectators. Be one of them now with your own set of Suns tickets, which you can get right here at Ticket Liquidator.
Phoenix Suns History:
The Phoenix Suns sprung up in 1968 and have given their fans decent basketball ever since. The dream team of Hall-of-Famer Charles Barkley, Kevin Johnson, and Dan Majerle led the team during the 1992-1993 season to the NBA finals against the Bulls. The Suns won the First Round, the Conference Semifinals and also won the Conference Finals, before losing the NBA Finals to the Chicago Bulls. Perhaps the most memorable moment for the team came in a triple-overtime thriller against the Boston Celtics during the 1976 post-season. The Suns, after winning the Conference Semifinals and Finals, faced the Celtics for the NBA Finals. In game five, the two teams were neck in neck for three overtimes. Though Boston eventually took the game, winning 128 to 126, (and the series as well) the game is measured to be one of the NBA's most historic. The team's long-standing rivalry with the Los Angeles Lakers has spiced up the excitement surrounding this team, lighting up the postseason a number of times. The Lakers do usually dominate both the regular and post-season match-ups, however, since the addition of Steve Nash to the Suns, the team has dominated seven of 9 meeting with the Lakers. There is also a smaller rivalry between the Suns and the San Antonio Spurs and Dallas Mavericks, but the Lakers rivalry remains the strongest.