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Phoenix Suns tickets should come with that message printed on the front. It should be repeated over the loudspeaker at every home game. Why? Because missing that message may have cost the Phoenix Suns their shot at the NBA Finals. After watching their teammate Steve Nash get knocked into the scorers table in the Western Conference Semi-Finals, Amare Stoudemire and Boris Diaw get up to see if he’s OK. Bad move. The NBA suspends the both of them and the Suns go on to lose in a six game series. That one single moment may have cost Suns ticket holders their shot last year but you can be sure it won’t be repeated. The Suns look like a lock in the Pacific Division and once they make the show anything can happen.
The Phoenix Suns are This Close
Amare Stoudemire is the big man in the middle for the Phoenix Suns. Fans were elated at his recovery from knee surgery last season and should get the same or better in 2007-08. Leading the team with 20.4 points and 9.6 rebounds, Stoudemire played all year and made the NBA All Star team. In an interesting move the Suns added Grant Hill in the off-season. Hill has spent much of his career on the bench nursing injuries but seems to have turned the corner after appearing regularly last season. Hill is a good fit for this offense and should pay dividends in a relief role.
Steve Nash just keeps getting better. While others keep waiting for him to crumble, Nash put up career numbers in assists last season and shows no signs of slowing down. Called the best point guard in the NBA by some, Nash is always a candidate for MVP. Shawn Marion is simply a beast on the boards. His style of play keepsPhoenixon the offensive and his 17 points a game puts him fourth on the team.
Suns Tickets – The Class of the Pacific
Overall the Phoenix Suns should field the strongest team in the Pacific Division. The Lakers can still be dangerous and the Clippers could be tougher than expected butPhoenixhas the whole package. The next step is to beat the powers that be in the Western Conference, namely any team fromTexas. With such a narrow miss last season, Phoenix Suns tickets are a good bet to go all the way to the NBA Finals.
Phoenix Suns preparing for adjustment period when Eric Bledsoe returns
Bright Side of the Sun
Like Bright Side Of The Sun Facebook. The Phoenix Suns know that Eric Bledsoe makes them a better basketball team, but the adjustment period could be rough as he is incorporated back into the rotation after 31 games out. Tweet Share on Twitter Share ...
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Phoenix Suns: G-Air-ld Soars In Potential Playoff Preview
The Phoenix Suns, with their backs against the wall in a tight playoff race that might well be considered the NBA equivalent of the Cold War, just continue to overachieve. Led by a monster game from Gerald Green, the Suns shocked the Oklahoma City ...
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Former D-League coach praises work ethic of Suns' Gerald Green
AP: a44061d0-8781-4e0a-8054-5e7b54eb748b. Phoenix Suns' Gerald Green (14) dunks over Atlanta Hawks' Shelvin Mack (8) and Kyle Korver during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Sunday, March 2, 2014, in Phoenix. The Suns won 129-120.
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Green scores 41, 25 in 3rd quarter; Suns beat Thunder 128-122
PHOENIX — Gerald Green scored 25 of his career-high 41 points in the third quarter and the Phoenix Suns erased a 16-point deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 128-122 on Thursday night. Markieff Morris added 24 points, including two free throws ...
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Double-digit deficits are no problem for 2013-14 Phoenix Suns
Double-digit deficits are no problem for 2013-14 Phoenix Suns. PNI suns main. March 6, 2014 - Phoenix Suns guard Gerald Green grimaces after turning his ankle on the final play of the game against the Oklahoma City Thunder at US Airways Center.
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