Whenever the next normal basketball season comes, the Suns will practice in a new $45 million facility and play in an arena that’s undergoing a $230 million renovation.
Even at today’s construction prices, that much money buys a lot of swank and comfort.
But it might behoove the Suns to make the new facilities a little less homey than they originally planned. That’s because the current team apparently prefers life on the road, or at least it plays that way.
In the 65 games played before play was stopped by COVID-19, the Suns were 13-22 at Talking Stick Resort Arena and 13-17 on the road.