All-Time Greats: Connie Hawkins, Tom Chambers, Kevin Johnson, Steve Nash, Alvan Adams, Walter Davis
Phoenix Suns Tickets
The Phoenix Suns are a professional basketball team based in Phoenix, Ariz. The franchise joined the National Basketball Association (NBA) as part of its expansion in 1968. As with traditional expansion teams, the team's play on the court was less than stellar, but things changed with the entrance of a new decade. During the 1970s, the team retained the player rights to Dick Van Arsdale and Alvan Adams. With this duo in place, the team made it to the NBA finals in 1976 and continued its winning ways by reaching two more Western Conference finals. However, the Suns were unable to make it back to get a taste of what the Finals were like again. Since then, the Suns have gone on to attain six Division titles (1981, 1993, 1995, 2005, 2006 and 2007). They also made it to an additional NBA Finals in 1993. Grab your Phoenix Suns tickets at StubHub.
Where do the Phoenix Suns play?
Formerly US Airways Center, Talking Stick Resort Arena gained the naming rights as of October 2015. From the beginning in 1988 to its opening its doors in June 1992, the Arena has served as a model for many other entertainment facilities. Originally America West Arena, during the first full year of operation, it won just about every single award eligible for a new entertainment complex such as "Performance Magazine"’s Best New Concert Venue award along with Best NBA Facility determined by the NBA players themselves. Following the example of this Arena in the 1990s, new entertainment complexes began to pop up all over the western US like the Staples Center, American Airlines Center, and others in such cities as Denver, Seattle, Portland and Salt Lake City. Talking Stick Resort Arena has revitalized downtown Phoenix and has served as a model to rejuvenate communities.
What conference do the Phoenix Suns play in?
The Phoenix Suns play in the Western Conference. The conference is loaded with basketball talent. There are no nights off as teams are subject to play against the likes of the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Utah Jazz, Houston Rockets and the fully loaded Dallas Mavericks.
Who is the Phoenix Suns' head coach?
Tavares Montgomery "Monty" Williams is the current head coach. He has paid his dues as an assistant throughout the league with stops in Oklahoma City, San Antonio, New Orleans and Philadelphia. He has a "playground" style of coaching that is very relatable to young players. Receiving his first head coaching job with the New Orleans Pelicans, Williams guided his young team to the 2008 playoffs with a series victory over the Portland Trail Blazers, and in the second round, they met their demise after facing the Golden State Warriors.
Who are some notable players from the Phoenix Suns?
Some of the team's more impactful players include Connie Hawkins, Tom Chambers, Kevin Johnson, Steve Nash, Alvan Adams, Walter Davis, Devin Booker and Andre Ayton.
How much are Phoenix Suns' tickets?
Phoenix Suns tickets can go for a range of prices depending on location, the team's winning streak and the opponent. Check for specific prices on StubHub.
What are the top matchups to see this season when the Phoenix Suns play?
Although these matchups will be tough for the young Suns, Houston will be bringing MVP James Harden and Russell Westbrook to town. But wait, the Los Angeles Lakers will arrive with LeBron James, Anthony Davis and a host of seasoned veterans. In addition, the Los Angeles Clippers post a tough defensive-minded team that includes Kawhi Leonard and Paul George.Back to Top