PRESCOTT VALLEY – The Northern Arizona Suns announced today that single-game tickets for all 2016-17 home games will go on sale to the general public tomorrow at 9 a.m. Fans can purchase single-game tickets online at NAZSuns.com, by phone at 1-800-745-3000 or at the Prescott Valley Event Center box office. Tickets start at just $9.The Northern Arizona Suns will tip off the 2016-17 season, their inaugural campaign in Prescott Valley, when the team hosts the Iowa Energy at Prescott Valley Event Center on Saturday, November 12 at 7 p.m. The NAZ Suns will open the regular season with 11 of its first 15 games set to take place at home.
Northern Arizona’s home schedule is highlighted by visits from the NBA D-League’s premier teams, including the defending NBA D-League Champion Sioux Falls Skyforce (Nov. 27, Mar. 12) and Western Conference Champion Los Angeles D-Fenders (Feb. 26, Mar. 3). The NAZ Suns will host matchups at Prescott Valley Event Center with a number of NBA D-League contenders when they host the Reno Bighorns (Nov. 25, Dec. 3), Austin Spurs (Mar. 29), Rio Grande Valley Vipers (Dec. 7, Dec. 9) and Canton Charge (Jan. 6). A full 2016-17 Northern Arizona Suns schedule is attached.
Groups of 10 or more are eligible to receive discounted tickets to any NAZ Suns home game by contacting an experience representative at 928-772-SUNS. The team will also host a variety of theme nights at Prescott Valley Event Center during the 2016-17 campaign, including Faith and Family Night, NASCAR Night and Education Day. Fans can visit NAZSuns.com throughout the season for the latest information regarding theme nights & promotional giveaways.
The NAZ Suns are excited to bring affordable, family-friendly entertainment and quality basketball to Northern Arizona. Fans interested in full or half season Memberships can secure their seats at NAZSuns.com or over the phone at 928-772-SUNS. Season packages start as low as $192 per seat.
Fans in northern Arizona will have an opportunity to witness NBA-level talent on a nightly basis, as evidenced by the fact that 39% of NBA rosters at the end for the 2015-16 regular season were comprised of players with D-League experience. The NBA Development League will feature a record 22 teams this season.