Bounce with the Suns 2010
January 1, 2010
The second annual Bounce with the Suns contest featured some familiar faces.
Suns fans started dribbling at at 6 in the morning, ready for a long day.
The first dribbler bounced out in 30 minutes after knocking it off of his shoe.
Bouncers got into a trance-like state to focus on on the game.
A father-son duo increased their odds of winning.
Fans were treated to stories of how the Health & Wealth Raffle impacts lives of people around the valley.
The Gorilla introduces a controversial "no hands" dribbling technique.
Suns broadcaster Scott Williams showed up to support the bouncers.
Contestants were bribed with cool autographed Suns gear to stop dribbling.
Alvan Adams and Tim Kempton discuss a little Suns history.
Suns Dancer Sumer is accused of knocking a dribbler out of the contest.
Rapper Common made a surprise visit after the game.