The Phoenix Suns took a step back last season, going from 48 wins in 2013-14 under first-year coach Jeff Hornacek to four games under .500 last season, extending the franchise’s playoff drought to five years.
But the Suns were beneficiaries of the DeAndre Jordan and Dallas Mavericks saga, as Phoenix was able to sign Tyson Chandler during free agency as everyone involved in the NBA thought Jordan was heading to Dallas. With the additions of Chandler, Mirza Teletovic, draft pick Devin Booker and having a full season of Brandon Knight and Eric Bledsoe together, the Suns will be an up-tempo, athletic team in contention for one of the playoff spots in the West.
Last week, the NBA schedule was released and secondary market Phoenix Suns tickets are available. With information provided by TiqIQ.com, below are some of the most expensive games for the upcoming season.
3/12/2016 | Golden State Warriors vs. Phoenix Suns | Oracle Arena | Average Price: $1,153.71 | Get-in Price: $399
12/16/2016 | Golden State Warriors vs. Phoenix Suns | Oracle Arena | Average Price: $567.06 | Get-in Price: $60
2/10/2016 | Phoenix Suns vs. Golden State Warriors | US Airways Center | Average Price: $299.28| Get-in Price: $45
Two of the three most expensive Suns games are against the defending champion Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena, while the most expensive Suns home game at US Airways Center is also against the Warriors. Because the tickets were recently released to the secondary market, the data is a bit skewed for now. The get-in price is more of a barometer of where the prices will end up when the night of the game approaches. Without question, these will be some of the most entertaining games to watch, as both teams can score at a very high rate.
3/4/2016 | Orlando Magic vs. Phoenix Suns | Amway Center | Average Price: $724.60 | Get-in Price: $42
4/7/2016 | Houston Rockets vs. Phoenix Suns | Toyota Center | Average Price: $429.07 | Get-in Price: $35
Suns fans have multiple opportunities to take in some premier games on the road, such as when they travel to play the Houston Rockets at the Toyota Center. Hipmunk.com is the No. 1 travel resource for basketball fans to book a flight to Houston with only a few clicks, including scouring their Houston hotel guide to get the best deals around the city. A basketball trip can be booked in an instant to see the Suns play James Harden, Dwight Howard or any of the top players around the league. In this particular affair, though, there could be playoff implications, with the game taking place in the beginning of April.