Suns fans have lots to be thankful for this holiday season, and it’s no wonder why their team currently sits atop the NBA with a 12-3 record.
Five times this year the Suns have won games after overcoming double-digit deficits. Last year, they did this a total of seven times over the 82-game season.
There’s no doubt in my mind that if the Suns continue to play with the effort that they have been, they can take the Lakers.
As a Suns fan, I can’t complain about being 4-1 at this point in the season. There are a lot of positives to look at early in the season.
Night Rail, brought to you by RailLife, is helping kick off the opening week festivities at the Urban Grocery with a bang.
Steve Nash is clearly too old and lost a step. In the Suns’ season opener against the Clippers on Wednesday night, he scored 15 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter to rally the Suns to a victory.
As the new season of Phoenix Suns season rapidly approaches, I feel it’s only fitting to give my prediction on where I expect the Suns to finish out West this year.
As fans, we complain when players only show up half the time. We demand better of them, but shouldn’t we also demand better of ourselves?
Starting October 1, US Airways Center tickets displaying the Rail Ride Event logo will be good for the event and rides on the light rail.
As of this morning, METRO has enacted an Adopt-A-Station initiative along the light rail line.