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Phoenix Suns History

As Arizona's original professional sports franchise, the Phoenix Suns were established in the NBA in 1968 and for the last 30 years have been entertaining fans in downtown Phoenix at Footprint Center. The rich history of the franchise includes some of most memorable teams in NBA history, including the 1975–76 "Sunderella Suns," the 1992–93 team that featured Charles Barkley and reached the NBA Finals, and the "Seven Seconds or Less" era teams, during which Steve Nash was twice named the league's MVP.

Enshrined in the Suns’ Ring of Honor are Alvan Adams, Barkley, Tom Chambers, Jerry Colangelo, Walter Davis, Cotton Fitzsimmons, Connie Hawkins, Kevin Johnson, Dan Majerle, Al McCoy, John MacLeod, Nash, Joe Proski, Dick Van Arsdale and Paul Westphal.

The Phoenix Suns had a successful 2020–21 season, winning the Western Conference and narrowly falling in the NBA Finals to the Milwaukee Bucks. The Suns ended the 2021–2022 season with a franchise record of 64 wins and finished with the NBA's best record by eight games above the second best, the league's largest differential in 22 years. They also made back-to-back appearances in the Western Conference semifinals in 2022 and 2023.

Phoenix Suns Team Info

Conference: Western
Division: Pacific
Year Founded: 1968
Team Colors: Purple, Orange, Black
Team Rivals: Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs

Phoenix Suns at Footprint Center

Having opened in June 1992, Footprint Center is the home arena for the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA and the Indoor Football League’s Arizona Rattlers. Located in downtown Phoenix a block away from Chase Field — home of the Arizona Diamondbacks  — Footprint Center has a capacity of 18,422. The arena has hosted games during the NBA Finals and WNBA Finals, as well as the 1995 and 2009 NBA All-Star Games and the 2000 WNBA All-Star Game.

FAQS

The Phoenix Suns’ 2023–24 regular season kicks off in October at Chase Center in San Francisco, California when the Suns face off against Western Conference competitors the Golden State Warriors. The Suns host their home opener against the Utah Jazz on October 28. The Suns play their final game of the regular season at Target Center in Minneapolis against Western Conference competitors the Minnesota Timberwolves. Here’s a list of key games to keep an eye on: 

  • 10/24 @ Golden State Warriors
  • 10/28 vs. Utah Jazz
  • 12/01 vs. Denver Nuggets
  • 12/25 vs. Dallas Mavericks
  • 12/31 vs. Orlando Magic
  • 01/11 @ Los Angeles Lakers
  • 01/24 @ Dallas Mavericks
  • 02/13 vs. Sacramento Kings
  • 02/22 @ Dallas Mavericks
  • 02/25 vs. Los Angeles Lakers
  • 03/23 @ San Antonio Spurs
  • 03/25 @ San Antonio Spurs
  • 04/09 vs. Los Angeles Clippers
  • 04/10 @ Los Angeles Clippers
  • 04/14 @ Minnesota Timberwolves

Tickets for the 2023–24 regular season can be purchased on Ticketmaster, the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Phoenix Suns.

The Phoenix Suns have made three appearances in the NBA Finals but have never won.

All 30 teams will participate in the Group Play stage of the NBA In-Season Tournament. Here’s a list of the Phoenix Suns’ Group West A matchups: 

  • 11/10 vs. Los Angeles Lakers
  • 11/17 @ Utah Jazz
  • 11/21 vs. Portland Trail Blazers
  • 11/24 @ Memphis Grizzlies

The Phoenix Suns play at Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona. The seating map for Footprint Center can be viewed here.

Reviews

Rating: 4.3 out of 5 based on 1173 reviews
  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Meh

    by Msdryheat on 2/17/24Footprint Center - Phoenix

    I haven't been to a Suns game in a little while. It was very cold in the facility. It looked as if new seating was put in. The cupholders for your drinks were in an awkward position alongside the right hand bottom side of your seat. My daughter's drink kept pressing up against my leg and I am not a big person. The next morning my back was so sore from sitting in those seats. The game itself was fine and enjoyed it mostly except for the people sitting behind us who kept hitting our heads with those blow up things. Will be some time before I will want to come back.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Fun!

    by Gabe Serratos on 2/3/24Footprint Center - Phoenix

    Great game! Surprised the Grizzles got the win without Ja Morant, but it was a close game the whole time.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    First NBA Game

    by Jordan234509 on 1/25/24Footprint Center - Phoenix

    I had such a great time at the suns game! Will be going again!

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Very entertaining

    by #Alberta on 1/25/24Footprint Center - Phoenix

    Entertainment value great. Seats in venue are terrible, they were built for kids. Way to close together, made for a bad experience

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great time😊

    by Lisa H on 1/25/24Footprint Center - Phoenix

    From the venue to the game, totally enjoyed every minute. Nothing better than watching live than on tv. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. I definitely will come back.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Awesome!

    by Twins fan on 1/8/24Footprint Center - Phoenix

    Amazing experience! Can’t wait for the next opportunity to go back!

  • Rating: 2 out of 5

    Overpriced product

    by Disappointed Suns Fan on 1/6/24Footprint Center - Phoenix

    For as much as we paid to see to see the Suns play the Clippers, i was disappointed to watch them play half speed for 3 1/2 quarters before anyone started playing. Give the fans 100% from the tip off.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Extremely Loud Music During Suns Play

    by Ken on 12/28/23Footprint Center - Phoenix

    During the Phoenix Suns home game, loud music was blasted not just during time-outs, but while the game was being played, so fans couldn’t hear the wonderful sounds of the game itself, & players couldn’t communicate. The players and coaches have commented that they hate it as well. It seems like those playing the music do so to make themselves feel important. Save it for breaks in play.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Luka magic

    by Frin_77 on 12/28/23Footprint Center - Phoenix

    best event ever saw luka bullying the suns once again

  • Rating: 2 out of 5

    Air Conditioning in December?

    by Frozen on 12/28/23

    Just wondering if any other Suns Fans sit and Freeze to Death as they try to watch the Suns play home games! Is there a reason the Arena is so Cold during games? I always dress as if I'm attending a football game out of doors. Seriously!