Phoenix Suns Minneapolis Tickets
The Phoenix Suns are a franchise of the National Basketball Association. The team was established in 168 as an expansion team. They belong to the Western Conference and along with five other teams are members of the Pacific Division. The Suns hail from Phoenix, Arizona and were the only major professional sports team from Arizona for almost two decades. In the eighties the Sun’s reputation was smeared by a drug scandal, in which a few players from the team were named. To add to their woes, Nick Vanos a promising star died in an air plane crash. However, the resilient side kept going, despite the obstacles. Get Phoenix Suns Minneapolis tickets and watch the team play live.
The Phoenix Suns joined the NBA with the Milwaukee Bucks in 1968. There was huge skepticism looming over the Suns and their far away home in Phoenix, as many considered it not to be a viable NBA market. However, the Suns attracted spectators in large numbers to, what was then their home arena, the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Now, having played forty five seasons successfully, the Phoenix Suns possess the fourth best winning percentage in the NBA. They have two conference titles to their name and have been crowned the division champions six times. Get Phoenix Suns Minneapolis tickets and watch the Suns play against the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Target Center in Minneapolis. Minneapolis, which also goes by the name of the “City of Lakes” for it many wetlands and lakes is known for its arts, creativity and sports.
The Suns now play their home games at the “US Airways Center” which has also been named the Purple Palace for its purple seats. Purple, along with black, orange and white is included in their jerseys. One of the most notable player who wore the Suns jersey is Steve Nash. He was with the Suns from 1996 - 1998 and came back to join them from 2004 – 2012. He inspired the team to produce one of their best performances, with a 62-20 win loss record when he came back. Nash got the MVP award in 2005 and 2006 for his amazing performances with the Suns.