Submissions now being accepted for 2009-10 Fan Video Challenge

Lights! Camera! You!

Updated: Oct. 28, 2009

We're taking our "Planet Orange Fan Video Challenge" to an all new level this season. A level high above the Suns' court!

Not only will we be choosing a monthly winner to receive an autographed basketball once again, but we'll also be selecting some of our favorite original fan videos that are submitted to to be displayed on the giant screens at US Airways Center. But wait, there's more! If you're video is chosen to be featured as part of the game-night experience, you will receive a pair of lower-level tickets to attend that game and enjoy your creation along with the Suns crowd!

So what now? Just pull out your video cameras (or digital cameras with movie mode) and create an original Suns-themed video for the team's official social network. Put on a puppet show with your Suns Bobbleheads. Start a band and perform a song about your favorite team. Dye your dog orange. Have your child impersonate Steve Nash or Amar'e Stoudemire. The possibilities are endless, but whatever you do, make sure you capture it on video and upload it to It's as easy as that!

Check out some of the past video submissions for a little inspiration. Please, do not use any NBA game highlights or copyrighted material in your videos. Click here for the complete list of official rules.

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