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History Theater

SUNS RING OF HONOR

Alvan Adams
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Oklahoma Kid
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Tom Chambers
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Tommy Gun
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Dick Van Arsdale
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Connie Hawkins
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The Hawk
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Swooping to the Hoop
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Walter Davis: Sweet Suns Memories
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Thoughts on Walt
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Ring of Honor
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Kevin Johnson
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Joe Proski
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Paul Westphal
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THE GREATEST GAME: 1976 NBA FINALS, GAME 5

Awesome Endings' 1976 NBA Finals' Game 5 feature
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Greatest Finals' Moments' 1976 NBA Finals' Game 5 feature
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1976 Finals Game 5 feature
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VIDEO

Gar Heard drops in the turnaround jumper at the buzzer in double overtime against the Celtics in Game 5 of the 1976 NBA Finals, sending the game into triple overtime.
(1.7m avi | QuickTime) With four seconds left in the second overtime period, Rex Chapman hits the long-distance three over Portland on November 14, 1997.
(1.12m avi | QuickTime) Rex Chapman keeps the Suns alive with this unbelievable catch and miracle one-legged hoist to send Game #4 of the 1997 First Round Playoffs against Seattle into overtime.
(1070k avi | QuickTime) Charles Barkley hits the game-winning shot over the Spurs' David Robinson in the 1993 NBA Playoffs.
(1.4m avi | QuickTime) "Thunder" Dan Majerle dials long distance and drains the buzzer-beating trey against the Lakers in 1993.
(2.3m avi | QuickTime) Gar Heard blocks Jamaal Wilkes' shot in the final second of Game 6 of the 1976 Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors, pushing the series to a seventh game.
(987k avi | QuickTime) Good-bye, Jazz
On May 6, 1990, the Phoenix Suns and Utah Jazz battled back and forth in Game 5 of the best-of-five first-round series. That is until Kevin Johnson buried this 15-foot jumper in Salt Lake City with less than a second on the clock. Game over.
(930k avi | QuickTime) Hello, Hakeem
After winning the first two games of the 1994 Western Conference Semifinals in Houston, the Suns came home, only to drop the next two. But it wasn't from a lack of effort on the part of their point guard. In Game 4, Kevin Johnson put up 38 points, but none were greater than these two.
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VIDEO

1984: "Leapin" Larry Nance wins the first-ever NBA Slam Dunk Championship at All-Star Weekend.
(854k avi | QuickTime) 1989: Dan Majerle shows why he's nicknamed "Thunder" with this jam over 7-6 Manute Bol.
(569k avi | QuickTime) 1990 Playoffs: The Suns defeat the mighty Lakers on their home court in Game 5 to advance to the Conference Finals.
(648k avi | QuickTime) 1970 Playoffs: Connie Hawkins tallies 34 points and 20 rebounds to lead the Suns to their first-ever playoff win.
(170k avi | QuickTime) March 29, 1990: Tom Chambers sets a franchise record for points, ringing up 60 on his former Sonics team.
(654k avi | QuickTime) 1993 Finals: After dropping the first two games, the Suns beat the Bulls in triple overtime in Chicago and win Game 3.
(654k avi | QuickTime) 1984 Playoffs: Walter Davis cans the game-winning jumper over the Jazz.
(950k avi | QuickTime) Oct. 18, 1968: The Suns play and win their first-ever game, 116-107 over Seattle.
(466k avi | QuickTime) You can now watch some of the Suns' TV commercials from seasons past through streaming video. Danny Ainge, Kevin Johnson, Charles Barkley and Connie Hawkins are just a few of the familiar faces you'll recognize.