With an outstanding winning tradition, the Phoenix Suns have a loyal group of fans. For more than four decades, Phoenix Suns tickets have been widely demanded.
Phoenix Suns Tickets: Franchise Overview
In 1968-69, the Phoenix Suns became an NBA franchise. As the first major pro sports team in the city, there was plenty of excitement surrounding the arrival of the Suns.
Over its first seven seasons in the NBA, the Suns reached the playoffs just once. From 1975-76 to 1984-85, Phoenix enjoyed a strong run. During this stretch, the Suns missed the postseason just once.
In the last two decades, the franchise has been one of the most successful clubs in the NBA. Since 1988-89, the Suns have missed the playoffs just three times.
After averaging just 31 victories in the prior two seasons, there wasn't a great deal of optimism surrounding the 1975-76 Suns. However, with a 42-40 record, Phoenix was able to reach the postseason.
After knocking off the Seattle Supersonics in the opening round of the playoffs, the Suns stunned the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals.
In the NBA Finals against the heavily favored Boston Celtics, the underdog Suns lost a hard fought series in six games.
Over the next 16 years, the Suns would reach the conference finals four more times, but were unable to advance to the NBA Finals.
In 1992-93, the Suns acquired star forward Charles Barkley from the Philadelphia 76ers. Led by Barkley's MVP season, Phoenix won the Western Conference championship, but lost to the Chicago Bulls in the finals.
In the last six years, the Suns have been to three more conference finals behind star guard Steve Nash. Since 2004-05, Phoenix has won 54 or more games five times.
Since the 1992-93 season, the Suns have played at the US Airways Center (capacity of 18,422). The arena is also the home site of the NHL's Phoenix Coyotes. Phoenix Suns tickets enable fans to watch one of the most exciting clubs in the league.
Phoenix Suns Tickets: Current Season
Nash and forward Grant Hill will be looking for another trip to the playoffs this season.
In 2010-11, the Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs will be among the elite opponents to battle the Suns in Phoenix. Also, Phoenix Suns tickets can be acquired for home games against the Dallas Mavericks, Oklahoma City Thunder and other top NBA clubs.