Talking Stick Resort Arena
Downtown Phoenix is the place to be when it comes to basketball with no location being of greater significance than Talking Stick Resort Arena. The home of the NBA’s Phoenix Suns since 1992, this wonderful venue is also home to the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA as well as the Arizona Rattlers of the AFL.
Capacity crowds top out at over 18,000, making it a difficult place for any opposing team to play. From hosting Suns regular season games to the playoffs (including the NBA Finals in 1993), the NBA All-Star Game in 1995 and 2009, to the WNBA All-Star Game in 2008 and the WNBA Finals in 2007 and 2009, some very important basketball games have taken place here. Add to the equation two ArenaBowl games, major boxing matches, Professional Bull Riders, and a long list of major concerts and you can see why this is a red hot venue in the desert.
No major venue is complete without luxury suites and the Talking Stick Resort Arena is no exception. These suites provide the perfect atmosphere for hosting clients or a personal group. The incredible accommodations are only outmatched by the top notch catering that enhances the experience of any event.
From VIP entrances to complimentary programs and a professional staff to handle all of your needs, Talking Stick Resort Arena luxury suites are the best in the business. We, at LuxuryVIPSuites.com, consider ourselves very lucky to be able to offer these wonderful luxury suites to our clients in the Phoenix region. Our exclusive relationships with the suite owners has put us in the unique position to have inventory for every event on the calendar. Please call our office today at 610-828-7407 to learn more about how you can acquire a Phoenix Suns luxury suite.
While we already enjoy many working relationships with the suite owners at Talking Stick Resort Arena, if you own a suite and would like to rent it out for some of the events that would otherwise go unused, please reach out to us direct at email@example.com to gain a better understanding of our operation and the benefits to you as a suite owner.
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A Western Conference Pacific Division staple since their inception in 1968, the Phoenix Suns represent the state of Arizona in the National Basketball League. Only two conference titles have been won by Phoenix and neither resulted in an NBA Championship, leaving the Suns and their fans to continue their search for their first ring.
Going against the odds to establish a successful franchise in Phoenix, the Suns struggled through their early years. A sub .500 performance in 1970 saw them bounced by the Lakers in the first round. Their next playoff appearance would not be until 1976 with a very different roster. The unlikely postseason run brought Phoenix all the way to the Finals where they would face off against the Boston Celtics. Phoenix fought hard, particularly in an amazing game five which took three overtimes to decide, before eventually falling in six games.
While the Suns lost out on the championship, the run did seem to spur a major change for the organization. After missing the playoffs the next year, the Suns would advance to the playoffs for the next eight seasons. This was disrupted in the mid-1980s due to some personnel issues. Following the sale of the team at the start of the 1987-1988 season, the Suns would miss the playoffs before going on another streak of playoff appearances that would last from 1989 until 2001. This would include Phoenix’s only other Finals appearance.
Following the 1992-1993 season, in which they would set a franchise record for wins at 62, the Suns and their new leader, Charles Barkley, pushed past the Lakers and Spurs before going a full seven games against the Seattle SuperSonics. Coming out on top in that series to reach the NBA Finals, the Suns matched up against Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. This hard fought series featured a triple overtime game, but Phoenix would, again, lose the championship series in six games. The Suns would continue to make the playoffs for the next eight seasons but would not reach the Finals again, nor would they despite three trips to the Conference Finals between 2005 and 2010 with star power from Steve Nash.
The Suns have not made the postseason since 2010. Their 19 wins last season is second worst in franchise history, only better than their inaugural season. Phoenix is going through a major playoff drought. Despite the many losses, the Phoenix faithful still root for their team and hope that a turnaround is in the works that will bring this franchise back to prominence.
Today’s team is led by Devin Booker. Selected 13th overall back in 2015, Booker has developed into an incredible shooting guard. Tyler Johnson, Kelly Oubre Jr., and Deandre Ayton round out this squad. Ayton was selected number one overall in the 2018 draft. Mikal Bridges was also a top ten pick traded from Philadelphia. Ricky Rubio joins the Suns this year on a three year deal worth $51 million. He is an impact player who could elevate this team to new heights. Frank Kaminsky will also be playing in Phoenix this season. Taking on Monty Williams as the new head coach, the Phoenix Suns have set a new course for their organization and hope that the journey of the 2019-2020 ends with a playoff appearance.
The current Phoenix Suns can always look to their predecessors for inspiration. Phoenix has had no shortage of legendary ball players come through their city including Steve Nash, Charles Barkley, Amar’e Stoudemire, Kevin Johnson, Shawn Marion, Tom Chambers, Jason Kidd, Dan Majerle, and Devin Booker. Click here for additional information about the Phoenix Suns.
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