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The Suns officially unveiled their new uniforms for the upcoming season on Thursday by holding a fashion show in Scottsdale Arizona to celebrate the occasion.
The organization had players from past teams modeling reminders of what the previous uniform incarnations looked like before getting to the main event where the newest Suns gave us our fist look at the latest designs.
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When the Phoenix Suns gave their home court a new, predominantly black paint job, many wondered whether the color would bump the traditional purple out of the team’s repertoire.
Well, have no fear, Suns fans. The team’s brand new uniform set, unveiled Thursday, still includes a heavy dose of purple, as well as a few interesting new additions. Phoenix will sport a short-sleeved...
The Phoenix Suns unveiled a simple variation of a vibrant 90′s style jersey yesterday, announcing three variants that would them into the coming season. Many people are up in arms about the less than appealing kits, but the suns have never been a traditional team when it came to their jersey. This seems to be a minimalist approach to the jersey worn by Sir Charles himself in the...
The Phoenix Suns revealed their new jerseys for the 2013-2014 season on Thursday night. The new look features the new Suns logo and the major change of adding sleeves to the orange alternate jerseys
The sleeves seem to be a new trend in the NBA.
As it was teased previously, the Phoenix Suns will be getting new uniforms for the 2013-14 season and yesterday, those new duds were finally revealed at a public fashion show at a Scottsdale mall.
The below photos of the new uniforms is courtesy of AZ Central/Arizona Republic reporter Paul Coro and they look pretty spiffy:
Alex Len and Archie Goodwin show the new #Suns home uniforms...
The Phoenix Suns unveiled their new uniforms on Thursday, showing off three new jerseys that they will be wearing starting this season. And, yes, their alternates have sleeves!
Honestly, I’m not a very big fan of the new threads. I respect them in theory (I’m always a fan of trying to go with a retro look) but I just don’t love the execution. They look a bit too overly simple...
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After weeks of hype and local media coverage, Suns fans were rightfully getting excited about the new-look Suns jerseys. The team itself looked completely different after a rebuilding project that is now being led by bright young prospect Eric Bledsoe, so why not get some new duds to show how different this Suns team will really be? This is why.
Phoenix Suns: Why the Suns had the NBA’s Worst off Season
By Mike Samuels: HoopStuff Writer…. @steeler_mike @nflpanther_roar
Added: Gerald Green, Miles Plumlee, Eric Bledsoe, Caron Butler, Alex Oriakhi, Alex Len, Archie Goodwin
Lost: Wes Johnson, Jermaine O’Neal, Jared Dudley
Analysis: The Phoenix Suns brought in some average players by NBA standards that do not necessarily...
Suns jerseys over the years
After teasing fans with sneak peeks over the past few weeks, the Phoenix Suns unveiled their new jerseys for the 2013-14 season to coincide with the addition of a new logo and court design. Eric Bledsoe, Caron Butler, Alex Len, Archie Goodwin and P.J. Tucker were on hand to model the new look jerseys:
The Suns are the second team, the other being the...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- With Ryan McDonough and Joe Rowley representing their departments as co-hosts to launch the show, its working title could have been Rebuilding Project Runway.
McDonough is the new designer whos been on a tactical hot streak while upgrading the Suns player roster with impressive -- and young -- talent.
Rowley, the president of marketing, has been instrumental...
I’m not exactly sure what to think about the new uniforms that the Suns revealed on Wednesday, but I think that is the last of that team’s worries.
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Hamed Haddadi is meeting with the New York Knicks on Friday to discuss a contract.
Hadaddi finished last season with the Phoenix Suns and appeared in a total of 30 games.
Hadaddi was recently MVP of FIBA Asia, averaging 18.8 points and 10.0 rebounds per game.