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The Phoenix Suns suffered a dent in fan attendance this season.

According to the Phoenix Business Journal,the Suns ended the season with their lowest attendance rate that wasn't during a lockout season since moving to US Airways.

The team brought in a total of 632,913 fans during home games, with an average of 15,436 fans per game.

The Suns brought in about 780,000 fans each season after the arena opened and between 725,000 and 755,000 during the mid 2000s.

The low attendance numbers put the Suns at 23rd place out of the 30 NBA attendance rates.


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