Players and Coaches
Phoenix Suns icon Lowell "Cotton" Fitzsimmons, one of the NBA's most respected teachers and colorful personalities, passed away at the age of 72 due to complications of lung cancer.
Lord of the Ring
Easily the most popular player in franchise history, Charles Barkley became the 10th person to be inducted into the Suns’ Ring of Honor during a special ceremony at halftime of the Suns-Bucks game on March 20. Sir Charles thanked the Suns' organization, his family, former teammates, and most of all, Phoenix fans, whom he once again called the best in all of basketball.
Thunder in the Ring
Dan Majerle is now and forever will be a member of the Phoenix Suns' Ring of Honor. One of the most popular players in franchise history, Thunder was inducted into the Ring during a special ceremony at halftime of the Suns-Timberwolves game on March 9, 2003.
Longtime Suns trainer Joe Proski, who retired after 32 years with the club, was honored during halftime of the Suns-Bucks game on April 1, 2001.
The Phoenix Suns added Kevin Johnson to the team's "Ring of Honor" on March 7, 2001. Here is an online tribute to the legendary point guard.
Suns of the Century
More than 12,000 fans participated. Suns Gametime presents the results of the balloting for the Phoenix Suns' All-Century team.
All of 'em are here! Take a look at every player to ever wear the purple & orange in the Suns All-Time Roster.
All-Time Suns Draft History
Look back through the years at all the Suns' draft picks from 1968 until the present.
Ring of Honor
The list of the greatest of all Phoenix Suns is just weeks away from hitting double digits when Charles Barkley will be the tenth person inducted into the team's prestigious Ring on Honor. Take a look at the nine players whose names and faces that currently decorate the upper bowl of America West Arena - Alvan Adams, Tom Chambers, Walter Davis, Connie Hawkins, Kevin Johnson, Dan Majerle, Joe Proski, Dick Van Arsdale and Paul Westphal.
From Johnny "Red" Kerr to Mike D'Antoni, there is an impressive list of men who have paced the sidelines in guiding the Suns to the fifth-best overall winning percentage in the league.
Read various features written on Suns legends such as Connie Hawkins, Larry Nance, Dick Van Arsdale and many more!