Suns updates and discussion for the 2020-21 season

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  1. Mainstreet

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    It's about time to start a Suns update and discussion thread for 2020-21 season.

    The preseason schedule for the NBA and Suns has been released. Each team will play a minimum of two and a maximum of four games.

    Here is the Suns four preseason game schedule.

     
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    The Suns will be playing before you know it.

     
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    Can't wait to hear about ticket info. I don't imagine ill get to a game until March or April but it'll be interesting to see how the NBA handles things since they did a good job with the bubble. Of course that was quite different.
     
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    im guessing no one goes to a game until March.
     
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    Training camp will be limited in participation.

     
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    The Suns look to have virtual media available all week starting with James Jones today.

     
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    Suns will start season on December 23rd playing the Mavericks on national television, ESPN.



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    Fun schedule:

    NYE @Utah
    NYD @ Den
    B2B vs DEN
    SBS noon game vs BOS
    LOADS of national games including Zion twice, Ja, Bucks, Nets, etc.
     
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    That’s pretty sweet. Living in LA, I’ll get to watch 13 of our first half of the season games.
     
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    Strange schedule. Back to back home and road games against the same team.

    Looks like we're going to get a lot of the Lakers, Clippers and Warriors in the second half of the season.

    Also 9 back-to-backs and a few stretches of 4 games in 5 nights.

    The schedule makers did not do us any favors...
     
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    It looks like FSAZ will carry the games not nationally televised.
     
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    seems fine

     
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    It's the same for everyone. The league is trying to cut back on travel because of Covid.
     

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