Tickets to the Phoenix Suns

Purchase Suns Tickets here. From the dunks to the two on ones to the give and go's and alley oops, you know every Phoenix Suns NBA game is exciting. We offer just about any basketball game ticket you want, from box seats and group tickets, to courtside and behind the basket seats, center court seats to club passes, or loge and upper and lower level tickets, you'll find a huge selection here. We hope you enjoy everything from the opening tip-off to the final buzzer!

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About The Phoenix Suns

The Phoenix Suns reached the NBA Finals for the first time in 1976. Their opponents were the Boston Celtics. Game 5 of that series is one of the all-time great NBA games thanks to amazing shots, clock controversies, buzzer-beaters, and three overtime periods. The Suns, who featured Paul Westphal and Garfield Heard, lost that classic Game 5 as well as the series. The franchise would have to wait until 1993 for another trip to the NBA Finals. That year the Suns were led by Charles Barkley, Kevin Johnson, Dan Marjerle, and Danny Ainge. Despite winning 62 regular season games, Phoenix fell to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in six games. That series also featured a triple-overtime game.

Suns tickets are sold for the U.S. Airways Center located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The team is a part of the Pacific Division and the Western Conference. Their main rivals are the Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs, and Utah Jazz. Some other memorable Suns include Connie Hawkins, Steve Nash, Tom Chambers, Alvan Adams, Walter Davis and Dick Van Arsdale. While not a player, the team is noted for having one of the most famous mascots in the league—Go, the Suns Gorilla. Incidentally, Go was in the 3-masoct inaugural class of the Mascot Hall of Fame.

The Suns entered the NBA in 1968 with the Milwaukee Bucks. Many believed Phoenix wouldn't work as an NBA franchise due to the city's climate and location. However, the franchise proved them wrong by not only selling a lot of Phoenix Suns tickets but by also being one of the NBA's most consistent teams. As of 2010, the Suns have the league's fourth-best all-time winning percentage. In their first 42-years of existence, the Suns have notched 19 50-win seasons.