SUNS GAMETIME is the team's official TV pregame show that airs before each local broadcast on UPN 45. If you live in the Phoenix area, be sure to tune in with host Tom Leander a half-hour before each game as he takes you into the locker room for the inside stories, interviews and up-to-the-minute basketball news on the Suns and the NBA.
For those of you fans who live outside of Arizona, we'll be bringing you select Gametime features via the wonders of streaming video, throughout the season. Turn up your volume, click and enjoy!
If you can't access streaming video, visit Real Networks to download the player.
THE LATEST AND GREATEST
Continuing in the tradition of great TV Dinners, Jason and Joumana Kidd invite the Suns Gametime crew into their beautiful Scottsdale home for a little lasagna.
The Tat Trend
Just like the afros, headbands and tight shorts of yesteryear, tattoos are the newest fashion trend in the NBA. Find out which Suns have tats and why.
Suns Gametime recently visited the CBA's 3rd Annual Player Showcase at Grand Canyon University to look for diamonds in the rough.
GERALD BROWN VISITS CARL HAYDEN HIGH
Suns rookie Gerald Brown took a trip down memory lane with Suns Gametime as he visited his high school alma mater in Phoenix.
SUNS HIGH FIVE KIDS
At each Suns home game during the regular season, five kids from ages 7-12 are randomly selected to suit up as Phoenix Suns High Five Kids and be a part of the action at America West Arena.
GAMETIME TV DINNERS
The Colangelos at Bianco's
In this two-part series, we visit Jerry and Bryan Colangelo's favorite downtown restaurant, Bianco's. The two even jump behind the counter to help prepare their favorite dishes and then head for the backyard at Bianco's to play one of Italy's favorite pasttimes.
Fourth Quarter Feast
Suns Gametime paid a visit to Suns assistant coach Frank Johnson's home recently to find out what is the family's favorite dish. Frank, with his wife Amy and their two daughters, prepared Chicken Parmesan for our Suns Gametime staff.
Proski's Packer House
Suns Gametime drops in on the Suns' one and only trainer Joe Proski during a Monday Night Football game between his beloved Packers and the Steelers. It's a feast fit for a true Cheesehead.
HOT SPOTS TO ROCK
Suns Gametime visits Whitter Elementary in Mesa where dunking dreams can come true and Encanto Park in Phoenix, one of the top pick-up courts in the city.
Cactus Park and Indian School Park
Suns Gametime investigates the best places for pick-up basketball in the Phoenix area. In this feature, we hoop it up at Cactus Park and Indian School Park.
Kiwanis and ASU
In our series of best places to find a pick-up basketball game in and around Phoenix, Suns Gametime checks out the action at Kiwanis Park in Tempe and the Student Recreation Center at Arizona State University.
Cave Creek and YMCA
In our series of best places to find a pick-up basketball game in Maricopa County, Suns Gametime takes us to the courts at Cave Creek and the downtown YMCA.
SUNS FAN FIESTA
Phoenix Suns fans hung tough during the NBA lockout and came out to the team's Fan Fiesta to keep their spirits high and celebrate the rich history of the Suns.
SUNS ALUMNI: SUNS FOR LIFE
The Suns have always been an organization that considers sense of family and loyalty as two of their most important qualities. That emphasis becomes crystal clear when chronicling the many former Suns players who will always be considered by the team and its fans as Suns For Life.
JERRY IN THE JUNGLE
Suns President Jerry Colangelo was a guest in Jim Rome's jungle recently. The nationally-syndicated and always opinionated radio talk-show host, Rome made a live tour stop in Phoenix. In front of 5,000 Rome fans (a.k.a. "Clones"), Colangelo took the stage with Rome and was then followed by Suns Head Coach Danny Ainge.