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Going into the 2002 NBA Draft, The Suns held the 9th overall pick and had their eyes on a High School Center from Lake Wales, Florida. Phoenix picked Amar'e Stoudemire and the rest is history.
Oliver Miller took over in Game 5 against the Los Angeles Lakers during the 1993 NBA Western Conference First Round.
Despite being booed during the 1988 NBA Draft, Dan Majerle proved his skeptics wrong and went on to become one of the best players to ever put on a Suns jersey.
During the 1992-93 season, The Suns went up Portland and won on a buzz beater shot by Charles Barkley.
Since the 1972 NBA season, Al McCoy has been the radio broadcast announcer for the Phoenix Suns. Which makes him the longest tenured broadcaster in the NBA.
From 1996-98, The Suns backcourt consisted of Steve Nash, Kevin Johnson and Jason Kidd.
During the 1994 NBA Western Conference Semifinals against the Rockets, Jerry Colangelo organized a trip for Suns fans to go to Houston to cheer on Phoenix.
In his first season with the Suns, Charles Barkley lead Phoenix to the NBA Finals as well as winning MVP and leading the team in total points, rebounds and assists.
With the addition of Tom Chambers and Rookie Dan Majerle, the rejuvenated Suns had a turnaround year and won 55 games. Which was 27 more than the prior season.
TV Videographer Carol Lynde made history in 1979 as she became the first female Videographer into the Suns Locker Room/
Dan Majerle had a game to remember in Game 5 of the 1993 NBA Western Conference Finals vs. the Seattle SuperSonics
Larry Nance was one of the most versatile and athletic players of his era. In seven seasons with Phoenix he averaged 17.1 points per game.
Former Suns Center Pat Burke was a fan favorite during his time with Phoenix and also had a very popular commercial with some of his coaches and teammates.
Stephon Marbury did not back down during the final seconds of Game 1 of the NBA First Round Playoffs against the Spurs.
The 2009-10 Suns team had one of the best seasons in Phoenix history. The team ended with a 54-28 record, however their season was cut short in the Western Conference Finals as they lost to the Lakers in 6 games.
In 9 seasons with the Suns, Shawn Marion was a four time NBA All-Star and was a key piece during the team's success in the early 2000's.
In February of the 1990-91' season Tom Chambers and Cotton Fitzsimmons went on the Arsenio Hall Show
Former Suns Sixth Man of the Year (2000) Rodney Rodgers played as a big man in the NBA but had a bigger heart.
Former Suns legends reflect on their favorite memories with the franchise.
During the 1988-89 season, The Suns traded Larry Nance to the Cleveland Cavaliers and in return Phoenix got players such as Kevin Johnson, Dan Majerle and Mark West.
The 1976 NBA Western Conference Finals between Suns vs. Warriors was a hard fought series that went all the way to Game 7.
Despite losing the 1976 NBA Finals, former Suns assistant coach Al Bianchi got a ring to commemorate that season.
In the final regular season game of the 2011-12 season, Steve Nash laced up for the last time in a Suns uniform.
Former Suns Head Coach Mike D'Antoni implemented a new offensive scheme that would ultimately change the overall look of the NBA.
During the 1990 season, Tom Chambers dropped 60 points against his former team.
Former Suns Point Guard, Ronnie Lee always left everything out on the court with his fearless hustle and relentless desire to win.
John MacLeod coached the Suns when they reached their first NBA finals in 1975 and went to coach the team for 14 seasons.
In 1968 the NBA awarded Phoenix with an NBA franchise, and the rest is history.
Tom Chambers was the first unrestricted free agent in the NBA, and he chose the Phoenix Suns.