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PHOENIX SUNS


The Phoenix Suns franchise was founded in 1968 as one of two NBA expansion teams (Milwaukee was the other) that season. The Suns were the first professional sports franchise in the state of Arizona. Like most expansion teams, the Suns struggled early.

Phoenix actually made the playoffs in Year 2, but that was the only postseason appearance in the first seven seasons. The Suns made the NBA Finals in 1976, which is still considered one of the great NBA upsets of all-time considering Phoenix finished just third in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference.

The complete Phoenix Suns schedule is available via live stream on the FOX Sports GO app or at NBA.tv. Fans can watch the Suns on TV on FOX Sports Arizona and they can watch nationally televised games on ESPN, ESPN+, ABC, and TNT.

HOME OF THE SUNS


Phoenix began playing at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum in 1968. They remained there until 1992 when they moved to their current home, Talking Stick Resort Arena. The venue was originally named the America West Arena after sponsor America West Airlines. The capacity at Talking Stick Resort Arena is 18,422 for Suns’ home games.

CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY


The Suns, which are the only major sports franchise in the state of Arizona that does not use the state’s name, have won six Pacific Division titles (1981, 1993, 1995, 2005, 2006, and 2007).

Phoenix won two conference titles. The upset win in 1976 was followed by a Western Conference championship in 1993. The Suns lost both NBA Finals series and remain without an NBA title.

BEST OF THE SUNS


The leading scorer in Phoenix history is Walter Davis who played most of his 15-year career with the Suns. Davis was the fifth overall pick in the NBA draft in 1977. After averaging 24.2 points and 6.0 rebounds per game as a rookie, Davis was named the NBA’s Rookie of the Year in 1978. He would go on to become a six-time All-Star. Davis scored 15,666 points for the Suns and finished his career with an 18.9 points per game scoring average.

Steve Nash was a first-round pick of the Suns in 1996 and did two stints in Phoenix (1996-98, 2004-12). It was during his second stint that Nash became one of the league’s best players. He would earn a total of eight All-Star selections and would win the NBA MVP award in back-to-back seasons (2005, 2006). Nash was an All-NBA First, Second, or Third Team pick in seven seasons and was a four-time 50-40-90 club member. Nash is seventh on the Suns all-time scoring list (10,712) and first in assists (6,997). A Hall of Famer, Nash led the NBA in assists in five different seasons, all while he was in Phoenix.

Kevin Johnson is second on the Suns all-time assists (6,518) list to Nash. Johnson, who played 12 seasons for Phoenix, is also third on the all-time scoring list (12,747). He was a three-time NBA All-Star. Just ahead of Johnson on the Suns’ scoring list is Alvan Adams (13,919). Adams was the fourth overall pick in the 1975 draft and went on to earn the 1976 Rookie of the Year after averaging what would be a career-high 19.0 points per game.