Anyone have any Cameron Johnson autographed photos or jerseys with COA??
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🏀🦌On March 19, 1969 NBA Commissioner Walter Kennedy flipped a coin, the Phoenix Suns called 'heads' and it turned up 'tails'. Thus, the Milwaukee Bucks chose first in the NBA Draft held on April 7th. The Bucks would select Lew Alcindor (now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) from UCLA while Phoenix picked Neal Walk from Florida. The Suns organization allowed the fans to choose what they’d call via a poll in the newspaper. Then Suns GM Jerry Colangelo told the LA Times the decision was made to make the fans feel closer to the team. Alcindor (pictured below with Bucks GM John Erickson) went on to win the Rookie of the Year Award after averaging 28.8 points, 14.5 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game and was selected to both All-NBA Second Team and All-Star Game in his first season. The following season, the Bucks acquired former first overall pick Oscar Robertson from the Cincinnati Royals. They led the Bucks to a league-best 66 wins in the regular season. The Bucks then beat the Baltimore Bullets in the Finals to win their first NBA championship, in only their 3rd season. In that season, Alcindor also won the MVP Award and Finals MVP Award. The Alcindor coin flip wouldn’t be the only one for Phoenix that off-season. In the same summer, the SUNS had a coin flip with Seattle for the rights to ABA star Connie Hawkins. Fortunately for the Suns, the second flip was more favorable to Phoenix.🦌🏀 (Photo Credit: Hardwood History)
🏀🎂On March 4, 1966 Kevin Johnson was born in Sacramento, California. He attended Sacramento Charter High School, where he starred in both baseball and basketball. In his senior year at Sac High, Johnson led the state of California in scoring (32.5 ppg) and was named the Northern California Player of the Year. Johnson accepted a scholarship to play basketball for UC Berkeley. As a 4-year starter for the Golden Bears, Johnson ended his college career in 1987 as the school's all-time leader in assists, steals, and scoring. Johnson also played for California’s baseball team and the Oakland Athletics drafted him as a shortstop in the 23rd round of the 1986 MLB draft, but decided to focus on basketball. Following his senior season of college basketball, the Cleveland Cavaliers selected Johnson with the 7th pick in the 1987 NBA Draft. On February 28, 1988, Johnson was traded to the Phoenix Suns. In his first full season with Phoenix, Johnson grew into one of the NBA’s great players, averaging 20.4 points, 12.2 assists, a 50.5% field goal percentage, and an 88.2% free-throw percentage. His rapid improvement earned him the 1988–89 NBA's Most Improved Player Award. “KJ” received berths to the NBA All-Star Team in 1990, 1991, and 1994. Johnson made the playoffs every year of his career after his rookie season, reversing the fortunes of the perennially losing Suns. In Johnson's first 7 full seasons in Phoenix (1988–89 to 1994–95), the SUNS won the most regular season games in the NBA (394) and the second-most playoff games (46, trailing only the Chicago Bulls). In the summer of 1994, Johnson played with the U.S. national team, otherwise known as Dream Team II, in the 1994 FIBA World Championship, reuniting with old teammate and point guard rival Mark Price to win the gold medal. During his 12 year career Johnson averaged 17.9 points and 9.1 assists per game. In 1989, while still an NBA player, Johnson founded St. Hope Foundation, Inc (Helping Others Pursue Excellence) as an after-school program for kids in his native Oak Park neighborhood of Sacramento, California. Johnson served as the 55th Mayor of Sacramento from 2008 to 2016. His number 11 has been retired by the California-Golden-Bears and his number 7 has been retired by the Phoenix Suns.🏀🎂 (Photo Credit: Vintage NBA)
🏀🎂On February 7, 1974 Steve Nash was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. His family moved to Regina, Saskatchewan, when he was 18 months old, before settling in Victoria, British Columbia Canada. Nash originally attended Mount Douglas Secondary School in Saanich, British Columbia, but after his grades began to drop, his parents decided to enroll him at St. Michaels University School, a private boarding school in Victoria. There, he starred in basketball, soccer, and rugby union. While playing basketball during his senior season, Nash averaged 21.3 points, 11.2 assists, and 9.1 rebounds per game. Although Nash’s high school coach, Ian Hyde-Lay, sent letters of inquiry and highlight reels on Nash’s behalf to over 30 American universities, Nash was not recruited by any university, until Santa Clara University coach Dick Davey requested video footage of the young guard. Nash was awarded a scholarship by Santa Clara for the 1992–93 season. At that time, it had been 5 years since the Broncos appeared in the NCAA tournament. That changed when Nash led Santa Clara to a WCC Tournament title and an upset win over the No. 2 seeded Arizona in the first round of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. He finished his career as Santa Clara’s all-time leader in career assists (510), free throw percentage (86.2%) and made and attempted 3-pointers (263–656). He remains 3rd on the school's all-time scoring list (1,689) and holds Santa Clara’s single-season free throw percentage record (89.4%). After graduating with a degree in sociology, Nash was selected 15th overall by the Phoenix Suns in the first round of the 1996 NBA Draft. During his first 2 seasons with the Suns, Nash played a supporting role behind NBA star point guards Kevin Johnson, Sam Cassell, and later, Jason Kidd. Following the 1998 NBA draft, Nash was traded from the Suns to the Dallas Mavericks. It was in Dallas that Nash established himself as a formidable point guard, beginning a decade as one of the game's top players. Nash would return to the SUNS in 2004. In the 2004–05 season, Nash led the Suns to the Western Conference Finals and was named the NBA MVP. He was named MVP again in the 2005–06 season and was runner-up for a 3rd consecutive MVP to Dirk Nowitzki in 2006–07. He finished his career playing for the Los Angeles Lakers (2012-2015). Nash was also an 8-time NBA All-Star. He was a member of the “50-40-90 Club” 4 times in his career. It requires a player to achieve the following minimum stats: 50% field goal percentage, 40% 3-point field goal percentage and 90% free throw percentage; to be achieved at the end of the regular season. His number 11 was retired by Santa Clara in 2006 and his number 13 was retired by the Suns.🎂🏀 (Photo Credit: The ‘96 Draft)

Welcome to the PHOENIX SUNS FAN MUSEUM! Here you can take a virtual tour through some SUNS history.


Special treat for SUNS FANS before the FINALS!!! This one in particular is super special to the PSFM. Upcoming Autograph appearance Saturday July 10 from 1pm - 3pm in Scottsdale Suns fans can meet Suns Legend Walter Davis - Free Autograph event at Dick's Sporting Goods.


Keep it up!


Right on!!!! Congratulations to the Phoenix Suns and to Suns Fans all over the world.


Are you ready for more greatness? These are exciting times. Soak it in as many of us did in 1976 and 1993! Go SUNS!!!

Deandre Ayton | Number 1 Overall Pick 2018 NBA Draft 06/22/2018

Deandre Ayton | Number 1 Overall Pick 2018 NBA Draft

Congratulations to Deandre Ayton and Suns fans all over the world. He is 7' 1" tall with a 7' 5" wingspan, born in the Bahamas but played high school basketball at Hillcrest Prep Hoops and college at the The University of Arizona. We have a homegrown No.1 Draft Pick and he is going to excite this team!

Deandre Ayton | Number 1 Overall Pick 2018 NBA Draft Deandre Ayton gets drafted as the number 1 overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft! Subscribe to the NBA: For news, stories, highlights and ...

NBA Finals 1993. Phoenix Suns @ Chicago Bulls. Game 4. Jordan 55 pts, Barkley 32 pts. Full game. 06/14/2018

NBA Finals 1993. Phoenix Suns @ Chicago Bulls. Game 4. Jordan 55 pts, Barkley 32 pts. Full game.

Can you believe it has been 25 years? Yes! June 13, 1993 was the amazing Suns vs Bulls triple overtime NBA Finals game 3. It is also a very special day for my wife and I. We were engaged to be married about 2 hours after the game ended. This is an amazing game! Enjoy! -Matt

NBA Finals 1993. Phoenix Suns @ Chicago Bulls. Game 4. Jordan 55 pts, Barkley 32 pts. Full game. NBA Classics Box score

Timeline photos 05/07/2015

Rare vintage Suns Coach John Macleod glass mug. Any of you go to or remember this?: "I had breakfast with coach John Macleod at the Broadway". Do you know what year it is from? Was this the clothing store Broadway, that was in the mall?


This is super cool! Thanks for sharing Scott Reed! There is just a little space left for more signatures. Even has Walt Davis and Alvin Scott. Nice work! Super special!

My Suns Billiards room. May have to add some current Suns to the backboard if they keep playing so well.

CONTESTS 12/02/2014

Fan Museum Flashblack (NOT A CONTEST TODAY) - Our very first contest from 2009. Very cool~!

Majerle's Sports Grill Christmas Eve Contest - Deadline is 12/23/09 for entries. Majerle's Sports Grill is the judg. They are giving a $25 gift certificate plus we are giving a mystery prize!


Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! The Phoenix Suns Fan Museum is celebrating it's 5th year. Amazing how time flies. Between now and New Years we will be going down memory lane. Also, we want to get back to the unique and rare. Join in by sharing a photo of your most prized Suns possession or an experience that you had with a Suns player or at a game. And for the kids, a Christmas contest will be announced soon.

1968-69 NBA - Its Greatest Year 10/09/2014

1968-69 NBA - Its Greatest Year

Very first SUNS WARM-UP: This movie "NBA 1969 - It's Greatest Year" is pretty cool because it has footage of the SUNS in their first year. It is crazy seeing empty court side seats at at the Coliseum. But check this out. If you go to 6:27, you will see Dick Van Arsdale & Gail Goodrich at the All-Star Game introductions wearing the Suns very first warm-ups. Purple pants with a white top. Any of you out there own one of these? If so, we have got to get some photos of that.

1968-69 NBA - Its Greatest Year



Remembering Cotton: Yesterday was the birthday of Cotton Fitzsimmons. Oh what a treat it was to have this great man in Phoenix for so long. He use to have a segment called "Cotton's Corner". This footage was uploaded about 3 years ago from the museum vault. From what we can tell, its the only clip on YouTube that exists of that show. Here Cotton is talking with Jerry Colangelo in 1996. Happy Birthday Coach! Enjoy Suns Fans!

COTTONS CORNER 1996 - PHOENIX SUNS JAM SESSION PHOENIX SUNS - SUNS JAM SESSION Cottons Corner 1996 - Cotton Fitzsimmons with Jerry Colangelo

Photos from PHOENIX SUNS FAN MUSEUM's post 09/30/2014

Dan Majerle Coach - Grand Canyon University Bobblehead 2013-14

Photos from PHOENIX SUNS FAN MUSEUM's post 09/30/2014

Ever have a little cafe moca in your Majerle mug?

Photos from PHOENIX SUNS FAN MUSEUM's post 09/29/2014

Who has one of these?

Timeline photos 09/29/2014

How do you like your joe?


SUNS FANS, today is National Coffee Day. The Suns have put out many coffee mugs over the years. Lets see your favorites today.


Such a cool piece! Congrats Kenny and thank you!

Thank you!


Killer score Kenny!

Thanks again! Love the prizes!


That's great Lisa! Thank you!

Picked up my contest winnings today! Great additions to my collection. Thank you PSFM!!

Timeline photos 09/25/2014

This is way cool! Met one of the nicest guys on the planet and a big Suns fan today at Guitar Center. Julian has an awesome vintage Fender base guitar that he had signed by Goran Dragic. I think Wayman Tisdale would want to jam on that.

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