About the Phoenix Suns
Phoenix Suns Tickets
The Phoenix Suns are a shining piece of NBA history. Joining the league in 1968 as an expansion team, they hold the distinction of not just being one of the most competitive franchises of the ‘90s but also being the only team in the Western Conference Pacific Division to not play in California – and, unfortunately, one of the few high-performing teams that hasn’t won an NBA championship.
Early Days, Early Upsets
Like just about every other expansion team, the Suns were pretty unremarkable at first. This changed in the mid-70s when Phoenix went all the way in the 1975-76 season to reach the NBA Finals. Despite the major upset, the still very new Suns were no match for the Celtics that year. Still, the team set the stage for how this Phoenix franchise would consistently perform for the next few decades.
Giants of the Roaring Nineties
The Suns paid their dues from 1976 onward, putting some real effort into building a team any fan would be proud of. The franchise hit pay dirt in the ‘90s with the addition of legendary power forward Charles Barkley. With the Round Mound of Rebound in their corner, the Suns pushed forward to dominate the decade, making a franchise-record 13 consecutive appearances in the playoffs as a result. Yet despite their prowess on the court, the Suns would fail yet again to go all the way when they made it to the 1993 NBA Finals. Frustrating for players and fans alike!
Never Give Up, Never Surrender
Today, the Phoenix Suns are one of the winningest NBA teams out there that hasn’t won a championship. To date, they have the seventh-best win percentage in the league, and the second best of any team to never win the NBA Finals. Yet, like the phoenix of legend, this franchise is determined to rise from the ashes time and again. The NBA Finals may be a tough nut to crack for the Suns, but with their “never give up, never surrender” attitude, there’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that they’ll make it to the top.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do the Suns play?
The Suns play their home games at the Walking Stick Arena, located not far from Chase Field, the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The venue has a capacity of more than 18,000 and hosts a number of different events when the Suns aren’t in residence.
When do Suns tickets go on sale?
Phoenix Suns tickets go on sale before the NBA begins its regular season. In fact, cheap Suns tickets to games played at Walking Stick Arena are available months in advance, as are Phoenix Suns tickets for away games. In other words, there’s no rush to check the Suns’ schedule. Just grab tickets whenever you’ve got the itch.
Is it better to buy Suns tickets in advance?
With Phoenix Suns tickets being available so far ahead of time, it’s easy to buy tickets whenever you want to – but there’s little need to plan ahead. You can often get cheap last-minute tickets to Suns games by waiting to make your purchase until the very last minute. As game day gets closer and sellers drop their prices, fans reap the benefits.
What’s the best way to buy cheap Suns tickets?
The best way to buy cheap Phoenix Suns tickets is always going to be from a secure online platform that connects fans and resellers. These ticket marketplaces often have some of the cheapest ticket prices and are the easiest way to shop for Suns tickets. Can you buy Phoenix Suns tickets at the venue? Sure – but you’ll likely be paying a higher price than you need to!
Why should I choose Gametime over other ticket marketplaces?
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