- One ticket to a Phoenix Suns game, plus a hotdog, popcorn, and soda
- Where: US Airways Center
- Gate time: 5:30 p.m.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Games and Seating Options
Against the Detroit Pistons on Friday, December 12, at 7 p.m.
- $26 for one 200-level seat (a $40.75 value, including the food)
- $50 for one 100-level seat (a $92.75 value, including the food)
Against the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday, December 15, at 7 p.m.
- $22 for one 200-level seat (a $30.75 value, including the food)
- $44 for one 100-level seat (a $69.75 value, including the food)
The Scouting Report
The Suns would have been a playoff shoo-in in the East last year, but the tougher West left them homebound with a respectable 48-34 record. After some key offseason moves, the team appears determined to not let that happen again. Guards Eric Bledsoe and Goran Dragic currently lead a soaring Suns offense that has established itself as one of the best in the NBA. Having those two stars on the court at the same time was especially effective last season, considering the Suns were 23-11 with Bledsoe and Dragic starting together rather than playing with cardboard cutouts of one another. This month, fans can witness this dynamic backcourt in action at US Airways Center, including against the Pistons on December 12 and against the Bucks on December 15.
In 1968, when approached with the idea of starting a franchise in Phoenix, then-NBA commissioner Walter Kennedy responded, “You must be crazy.” Crazy or not, the Suns soon became the city’s first major professional sports franchise, and in 1970, the team made its first playoff appearance, losing to the Lakers in a matchup that has since ignited one of the league’s most heated rivalries. Today, after 29 postseason berths and dozens of superstar tumbleweeds, the Suns continue to chase their first championship inside the US Airways Center—an 18,000-seat arena opened in 1992 that features an array of modern amenities and a glass façade that gleams in the desert sun.