After unveiling a new hardwood court for the 2012-13 season – a modern design with a black and orange palette – the Phoenix Suns will soon pay tribute to their past with black and orange Hardwood Classics uniforms.

One of seven NBA teams chosen to go retro for select games this season, the Suns chose the popular jerseys with the large, bright sunburst across the chest that were worn for occasional road games from 1994-2000.

Posted: December 10, 2012

In 2002, the world of basketball changed.

At the 2002 FIBA World Championships in Indianapolis, for the first time in history, a team comprised of NBA players was beaten by another country. That team was Argentina, and its power forward was none other than Suns big man, Luis Scola.

Fast forward a decade later and Scola is still representing Argentina in international play. During the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Scola and Co. finished fourth overall in the competition.

Posted: December 10, 2012

In 2002, the world of basketball changed.

At the FIBA World Championships in Indianapolis, for the first time in history, a team comprised of NBA players was beaten by a another country. That team was Argentina, and their power forward was none other than Suns big man, Luis Scola.

Fast forward a decade later and Scola is still representing Argentina in international play. During the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Scola and Co. finished fourth overall in the competition.

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