Minnesota Timberwolves vs Phoenix Suns

The Minnesota Timberwolves play their home games at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 2007, the Timberwolves traded away their all time leading scorer Kevin Garnett for Sebastian Telfair, Ryan Gomes, Gerald Green, Al Jefferson, Theo Ratliff, and two first round picks. This was the most players that had been traded for any one player in NBA history. The Timberwolves jerseys are white, black, blue, and green.

The Phoenix Suns currently play their home games at US Airways Center in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The Suns were one of two franchises to join the NBA at the start of the 1968–69 season, alongside the Milwaukee Bucks. In 1993, the Phoenix Suns made it to the NBA finals for the second time behind the play of Charles Barkley. From 2004 on, the Phoenix Suns have been known for their run and gun style of play. Behind two time MVP award winner Steve Nash, the Phoenix Suns have been a scoring machine for the past 7 years, advancing to the Western Conference Finals three times, and as recently as 2010, when they lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in a highly competitive series in six games. The Phoenix Suns roster is loaded with superstars such as Steve Nash. The Suns NBA jerseys are purple, gray, orange, and white.

Minnesota Timberwolves tickets and Phoenix Suns tickets are always a hot commodity among basketball fans. The Minnesota Timberwolves schedule Phoenix Suns schedule include a regular season match-up this year. Timberwolves Suns tickets sell fast so if you want to see the two teams battle at Target Center, buy Minnesota Timberwolves Phoenix Suns tickets today!

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