It was an interesting season the Phoenix Suns had last year. Even though their record of 34-39 does not seem impressive, they showed moments of brilliance, ending their campaign with an 8-0 run. Unfortunately for them, that wasn’t enough to get them into the 2020 playoffs.
Devin Booker had another great season averaging 26.6 PPG two years in a row. He was supported by Ricky Rubio and Kelly Oubre Jr. in that run, but unfortunately they had to make room for the acquisition of Chris Paul.
Phoenix Suns 2020-21 TV schedule
At age of 35, CP3 can still clearly play at an all-star level. He looked amazing last season helming a surprising Oklahoma City Thunder team. He’ll look to do the same with the Suns schedule; pairing up with big man Deandre Ayton and a scorer like Booker shouldn’t be an issue. Paul vital role to play in the Sun’s fight for a spot in the playoffs. Look for them to surprise early in the season.
|Wed||Dec 23||vs Dallas||10:30pm||ESPN|
|Sat||Dec 26||@ Sacramento||10:00pm||–|
|Sun||Dec 27||@ Sacramento||9:00pm||–|
|Tue||Dec 29||vs New Orleans||10:00pm||TNT|
|Thu||Dec 31||@ Utah||9:00pm||NBATV|
|Fri||Jan 1||@ Denver||9:00pm||–|
|Sun||Jan 3||vs LA Clippers||8:00pm||–|
|Wed||Jan 6||vs Toronto||9:00pm||–|
|Fri||Jan 8||@ Detroit||7:00pm||–|
|Sat||Jan 9||@ Indiana||7:00pm||–|
|Mon||Jan 11||@ Washington||7:00pm||–|
|Wed||Jan 13||vs Atlanta||9:00pm||–|
|Fri||Jan 15||vs Golden State||9:00pm||–|
|Sat||Jan 16||vs Indiana||9:00pm||–|
|Mon||Jan 18||@ Memphis||5:00pm||TNT|
|Wed||Jan 20||@ Houston||9:30pm||ESPN|
|Fri||Jan 22||vs Denver||10:00pm||ESPN|
|Sat||Jan 23||vs Denver||9:00pm||–|
|Wed||Jan 27||vs Oklahoma City||9:00pm||–|
|Thu||Jan 28||vs Golden State||9:00pm||–|
|Sat||Jan 30||@ Dallas||8:30pm||–|
|Mon||Feb 1||@ Dallas||8:30pm||NBATV|
|Wed||Feb 3||@ New Orleans||9:30pm||ESPN|
|Fri||Feb 5||vs Detroit||9:00pm||–|
|Sun||Feb 7||vs Boston||2:00pm||NBATV|
|Mon||Feb 8||vs Cleveland||9:00pm||–|
|Wed||Feb 10||vs Milwaukee||10:00pm||ESPN|
|Sat||Feb 13||vs Philadelphia||5:00pm||NBATV|
|Sun||Feb 14||vs Orlando||8:00pm||–|
|Tue||Feb 16||vs Brooklyn||10:00pm||TNT|
|Fri||Feb 19||@ New Orleans||8:00pm||–|
|Sat||Feb 20||@ Memphis||8:00pm||–|
|Mon||Feb 22||vs Portland||9:00pm||–|
|Wed||Feb 24||vs Charlotte||9:00pm||–|
|Fri||Feb 26||@ Chicago||8:00pm||–|
|Sun||Feb 28||@ Minnesota||8:00pm||–|
|Tue||Mar 2||@ LA Lakers||10:00pm||TNT|
The Suns begin the season on December 23 at home against the Dallas Mavericks. It will be an exciting game as both young teams would like to kick off the season with a win. Phx Suns fans can’t wait for the season to start and see the clash between these two teams and beyond.
Printable Phoenix Suns schedule for 2020-21
Even though the NBA season this year is reduced to 72 games, this season’s roster has a lot to be excited for. With a mix of veterans and younger players, the idea of watching Chris Paul, Ayton, Booker, Mikal Bridges, Dario Saric, and Cam Johnson on the floor, we’re excited to see how the lineups come together on the floor.
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