Phoenix Suns 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

Phoenix Suns 2023-2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

What will the Phoenix Suns bring to the court this NBA season? Since the team lost the NBA Finals in 2020-2021 season against the Milwaukee Bucks, they have been working toward the championship, but have continued to fall short. But now, the team’s roster is the strongest it’s been in years and the team is ready for redemption. Check out the 2023-2024 Phoenix Suns schedule, roster and more below to see how the team is shaping up.

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Don’t miss a second of the 2023-2024 Phoenix Suns basketball season. Below you’ll find the full schedule for the season, with information on how to watch the game live with DIRECTV. 


Below you’ll find some of the biggest matchups the Suns will face this season. From rivalries to division games, you can watch them all with DIRECTV.

  • Division Rivalry: Phoenix Suns vs. Golden State Warriors… 11/22/23 @ 8:00pm MST (Watch on ESPN)
  • Christmas Day Game: Phoenix Suns vs. Dallas Mavericks… 12/25/23 @ 8:30pm MST (Watch on ESPN)
  • Division Rivalry: Phoenix Suns vs. LA Lakers… 02/25/24 @ 1:30pm EST (Watch on ABC)
  • Back-to-Back Rival Games: Phoenix Suns vs. San Antonio Spurs… 03/23/24 & 03/25/24 @ 5:00pm MST (Watch 3/23 on NBA TV)


Don’t miss the NBA action, this season. The Phoenix Suns local games remain available across all DIRECTV video services. DIRECTV customers in the following major metro regions within the NBA-mandated home territory can find upcoming games on the following services and channels:            


Find other select NBA games on the following channels:

If you’re looking for a way to watch more games, both in and out of market, then NBA League Pass is the subscription for you. 

NBA League Pass has every game available to stream, plus around-the-clock NBA TV coverage. Even if you miss a live game, you can catch up on demand and fill your evenings with the best NBA analysis and breakdowns.  

You can add NBA League Pass to your DIRECTV account online for the whole season for just one payment of $99.99. You can also pay in three installments of $33.33.


The 2023-2024 Phoenix Suns roster is looking hot this year, and fans are ready for this never-before champion to get the job done this year. With Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal added to the list of players, the Suns’ offense is promising, which will certainly be needed as there has been some concern over the team’s depth. 

Check out the up to date 2023-2024 Phoenix Suns roster below to see who else fans can expect to see on the court this season.


#0 Jordan Goodwin, Guard

#1 Devin Booker, Guard 

#2 Josh Okogie, Guard 

#3 Bradley Beal, Guard

#3 Grayson Allen, Guard

#4 Chimezie Metu, Forward-Center

#6 Keon Johnson, Guard

#10 Damion Lee, Guard-Forward

#10 Nassir Little, Forward-Guard

#11 Bol Bol, Center-Forward

#12 Ish Wainright, Forward

#14 Drew Eubanks, Forward-Center

#18 Yuta Watanabe, Guard Forward

#20 Udoka Azubuike, Center-Forward

#21 Keita Cates-Diop, Forward

#23 Eric Gordon, Guard

#27 Jusuf Nurkic, Center

#35 Kevin Durant, Forward

#38 Saben Lee, Guard


Head Coach: Frank Vogel

Associate Head Coach: Kevin Young

Assistant Coaches: David Fizdale, Quinton Crawford, Miles Simon, Greg St. Jean, John Lucas III, Dru Anthrop, Jon Pastorek

Trainer: David Crewe

And for even more information about your favorite NBA team, keep reading below!


The Phoenix Suns were established in 1968 as an expansion team and are now part of the Pacific Division. The Suns had some tough seasons in the early years, but that began to change when the team reached the post season for 13 consecutive years from 1988-2001. The Suns appeared in the NBA Finals in 1976, 1993 and 2021. 

Although they have yet to win an NBA title, the Suns have rostered 11 Hall of Fame players, including Charles Barkley, Steve Nash, and Jason Kidd. They play their home games at Footprint Center, located in Phoenix, Arizona. 


Phoenix Suns Current Logo

Over the team’s 56 seasons, there have been a few different logos to represent the Suns. From 1968 to 1991, a logo created by Stan Fabe was used. It depicted a yellow basketball with sunrays on an orange background, with the team’s name above and below the imagery. The design represents the push to new heights and the radiance of the game and victory.

In 1992, there was a major redesign of the logo; it still represented the sun with a basketball with rays around it, but this time on a purple background with a “sun burst” behind the ball. The team’s name was moved below the imagery.

In 2000, there were some minor adjustments to the logo, often referred to as the “fiery bird” logo. The last change took place in 2013, which modernized the logo and changed the color scheme to include black, rather than purple. 

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