Phoenix Suns Odds

Odds on next game, moneyline, spread, total

Online sports betting is coming to Arizona. This page will be updated with live odds and bonus offers as soon as AZ sportsbooks launch. 

The Phoenix Suns have had a great run in the 2021 season. They finished the regular season with a record of 51-21, which secured them the second seed in the NBA playoffs. They have even had a great run so far in the playoffs, defeating the Los Angeles Lakers in round one and then sweeping the Denver Nuggets in round two. That put the Suns in the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2010.

In other big news for Arizona, the state has legalized sports betting. It’s aiming to allow sportsbooks to launch for the start of the NFL season, in September. This means that people in the state would be able to place bets on Suns games next season, along with other sports and teams in Arizona. This page will introduce you to betting on the Suns in Arizona when sportsbooks go live.

Phoenix Suns odds: moneyline, spread, totals

Here are the odds for the upcoming Suns game:

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Here are the odds on the Suns to win the NBA title and more futures odds for the team:

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How to bet on Suns games in Arizona

With sports betting now legal in Arizona, you are likely excited to place wagers on the Suns. But before you can wager on the NBA, there are a few things you need to do.

  • You must create an account with a legal sportsbook: You will need to choose a sportsbook or multiple sportsbooks where you want to bet in Arizona. You can either visit the sportsbook website or download the app. From there, you will have to provide some personal details and verify your account.
  • Utilize promos and bonuses for new accounts: This is actually something you should always be on the lookout for, as most sportsbooks offer ongoing promos and bonuses. When you first open an account, however, a sportsbook will usually offer some sort of deposit bonus or free bets.
  • Make your first deposit: When you are ready to place your first wager, you will first have to make a deposit. Legal sportsbooks do not operate with credit. Most sportsbooks offer a variety of payment methods, but be sure to look into your options at the sportsbook you choose.
  • Place a bet: Now that you are all set up and ready to go, you can finally place a wager on the Phoenix Suns. This can be exciting, but before placing a bet, you should be sure you understand what the NBA odds and lines are saying.

How to read odds/lines for Suns games

The first thing to understand are the main wagers available.

Moneylines

A moneyline bet is a wager on the outright winner of a game. There will always be a favorite and an underdog. The favorite will typically have negative odds, and the underdog will have positive odds.

  • Phoenix Suns (-240) vs. Denver Nuggets (+180)

Point spreads

A point spread wager is essentially a way to even out the two sides of a game. This happens by subtracting points from the favorite’s score or adding them to the underdog’s score. Odds for both sides will usually be right around -110 because of the point differential.

  • Phoenix Suns -4.5 (-110) vs. Dallas Mavericks +4.5 (-110)

For this example, the Suns would have to win by five or more for a point spread bet on them to win.

Totals

For a wager on the total, you are betting on the total combined score of the game. It doesn’t matter who wins. This is an over/under wager; you choose whether the score will be over or under the line that the sportsbook sets. These wagers typically have odds at around -110 on both sides.

  • Phoenix Suns vs. Los Angeles Lakers: Over 212.5 (-110) / Under 212.5 (-110)

Phoenix Suns live betting odds

Live betting is perhaps one of the most exciting ways to bet on sports. It essentially lets you wager on a game that is already going on. This allows you to watch some of a game before actually placing a wager on it. So at the start of the 2022 NBA season and onward, you can actually wager on the Suns while they are playing.

Keep in mind that the odds can change rapidly depending on what is happening in the game. To find the best Suns betting odds, a sportsbook app will help you keep up with the movement, and you can check lines on multiple sportsbooks.

Suns season schedule

The 2020-21 NBA season was a bit different from past seasons due to COVID-19. One of the major changes this season was that instead of 82 games, there were only 72. The regular season ran from December to May. The play-in tournament took place at the end of May, and the playoffs started in May and will run to July. During the 2020-21 season, the Suns played 36 home games where they went 27-9.

Suns franchise stat leaders

The Phoenix Suns’ began play in the 1968-69 season, which means they just finished their 53rd NBA season. With a long and storied history, this franchise has had some talented players come through. Here are some of the Suns’ all-time stat leaders:

  • Points: Walter Davis (15,666)
  • 3-point field goals: Steve Nash (1,051)
  • Assists: Steve Nash (6,997)
  • Rebounds: Alvan Adams (6,937)
  • Steals: Alvan Adams (1,289)
  • Blocks: Larry Nance (940)
  • Games: Alvan Adams (988)
  • Triple-doubles: Jason Kidd (25)

Suns coach/coaching staff

Here is the Suns’ current coaching staff for the 2020-21 season:

  • Head coach: Monty Williams
  • Assistant coaches: Willie Green, Kevin Young, Mark Bryant, Randy Ayers, Brian Randle
  • Director of player development: Riccardo Fois
  • Player development coach: Ben Strong
  • Head video coordinator: Ryan Frazier
  • Assistant video coordinator: Corey Vinson
  • Advance scout: Pat Zipfel

Past Suns coaches

The Phoenix Suns have had several coaches through the franchise’s history. Here are some of the most notable ones from the past 20 years:

  • Mike D’Antoni (2003-2008), won Coach of the Year for the 2004-05 season
  • Alvin Gentry (2009-2013), winning percentage of .625
  • Monty Williams (2019-present)

Phoenix Suns home games

The Suns play their home games at Phoenix Suns Arena.

  • Name: Phoenix Suns Arena (2020-21)
  • Location: 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix
  • Capacity: 18,422
  • Year opened: 1992
  • Owner: City of Phoenix
  • Former Names: America West Arena (1992-2006), US Airways Center (2006-15), Talking Stick Resort Arena (2015-20)

Phoenix Suns arena sportsbook

In addition to wagering on Suns games in 2022, you will be able to wager directly from the stadium. The Suns and FanDuel have announced a partnership that will include a live sportsbook at the arena.

Phoenix Suns play-by-play/radio

There are several ways to watch and listen to Suns games. Here are the most popular options:

  • Radio: The Suns broadcast all of their games on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station. Every home game is called by Al McCoy, the “Voice of the Suns,” who just called his 49th season for the team. Road games have Jon Bloom calling the game and Tim Kempton on analysis.
  • Cable: The Suns broadcast all of their games on Bally Sports Arizona (Formerly Fox Sports Arizona). The announcers for the Suns broadcast are Kevin Ray and Tom Leander. The Suns will also have nationally televised games that appear on major channels like TNT, ESPN and NBA TV. For games on major networks, they may not be available on Bally Sports Arizona but will be available through the Bally Sports app.
  • Streaming: For every Suns game, you can download the Bally Sports app to stream those games. You can also view some games on the ESPN app. For both of these options, you will need to provide a cable login. You can also pay for an NBA TV membership, and from there, you can stream almost every NBA game all season long.

Suns logo/mascot

The story of the Suns gorilla mascot nicknamed “Go” is one of the oddest stories in NBA history. For the first decade the Suns were in the league, they had no official mascot, although they did try to get a Sun mascot going. This all changed years later, though, when the gorilla mascot happened by accident. The story goes that a messenger for the Eastern Onion, which was a singing telegram service, showed up at the stadium in a gorilla costume. He then performed some dances during a timeout, and the fans loved it. The man in the gorilla costume that day was Henry Rojas, who would continue to perform at Suns games in the gorilla costume until the end of the 1987-88 season. In 2005, “Go” was inducted into the Mascot Hall of Fame.

Who owns the Suns?

When the Suns were born in 1968, a large group of individuals joined forces to create the team. The main original owners were Karl Eller, Don Pitt, Don Diamond, Marvin Meyer and Richard Bloch. They owned the suns until 1987, when they sold the team to Jerry Colangelo. Colangelo owned the team for just under two decades and sold it to Robert Sarver and Larry Fitzgerald (part-owner/Arizona Cardinals player) for $401 million, which at the time was a record. The Suns are still owned by Sarver and Fitzgerald today.

How much are Suns tickets?

You can find and buy Suns tickets on all major ticket sites. The arena has a capacity of over 18,000, but when the Suns are playing well as they are now, you should buy a ticket in advance. Right now, regular-season ticket prices range from $13 for upper-level seats to around $780 for courtside tickets. The average cost for a ticket is roughly $82.