The NBA Phoenix Suns Schedule is out now

The NBA Phoenix Suns Schedule is out now.

The Phoenix Suns have unveiled their highly anticipated 2023-24 regular season schedule, marking the dawn of a new era for the franchise. The Suns are set to kick off the season with a bang, engaging in two nationally televised away games. First up, they’ll clash with the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday, October 24, followed by a showdown against the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday, October 26. The anticipation will reach its peak as the Suns return to their home court to face the Utah Jazz on Saturday, October 28.

Basketball enthusiasts and Suns fans alike can mark their calendars for Friday, August 18, at 10:00 a.m. PT when single-game tickets for all Suns home games go on sale. These tickets can be conveniently secured through

For the third consecutive year, the Suns are slated to participate in the coveted Christmas Day games. On Monday, December 25, at 8:30 p.m., they will host the Dallas Mavericks in what promises to be a thrilling matchup at Footprint Center. The Suns’ national exposure continues throughout the season, with a total of 25 games set to be broadcast on ABC, ESPN, and TNT. Notably, their season opener against the Warriors will be showcased on TNT, and the Christmas Day spectacle against the Mavericks will be featured on ESPN. The team’s national TV appearances consist of 11 games on ESPN, 10 on TNT, and four on ABC.

The 2023-24 season represents a groundbreaking chapter for the Suns as they embark on an industry-altering partnership with Gray Television, Inc. and Kiswe. This collaboration ensures that Suns games will be accessible to fans across Arizona, offering them the freedom to choose their preferred viewing platform. In addition to television broadcasts, fans can catch the action on Arizona Sports 98.7 and KSUN La Mejor Radio. Keep an eye out for the complete local broadcast schedule, which will be disclosed at a later date.

November will be an exciting month for Suns supporters, as the team participates in four Group Play games as part of the NBA’s inaugural In-Season Tournament. These matchups will see them facing the Los Angeles Lakers (Nov. 10) and the Portland Trail Blazers (Nov. 21) at home, while hitting the road to take on the Utah Jazz (Nov. 17) and the Memphis Grizzlies (Nov. 24).

Following the Group Play stage, eight teams will advance to the single-elimination Knockout Rounds, culminating in the Championship on December 9 in Las Vegas. Detailed information about the In-Season Tournament can be found on the official NBA website.

Breaking with tradition, the Suns will commence their season on the road, marking the first time they’ve done so since the 2010-11 campaign. Adding to the excitement, the regular season will conclude with the Suns playing their final three games away from home. In contrast, they will enjoy a six-game homestand spanning from December 29 to January 7, making it the longest stretch of home games in their season. This includes matchups against the Orlando Magic on New Year’s Eve and the Trail Blazers on New Year’s Day.

From January 24 to February 4, the Suns will embark on their longest road trip of the season, featuring seven consecutive away games. The Suns are also set for 14 back-to-back sets, with eight instances of playing home games on consecutive nights.

To top it all off, the Suns Coca-Cola & Fry’s Food Stores Tip-Off festivities and the dates for the Ring of Honor induction ceremonies for Shawn Marion and Amar’e Stoudemire will be unveiled in the coming weeks, adding even more anticipation to the season ahead.

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