The Phoenix Suns are taking a bold step in ensuring their fans will be happy with their fan experience on Dec. 6 vs. the Mavericks.
The information posted by the team promises that fans will see action that ensures they will come to the edge of their seats. If attendees are dissatisfied with their overall experience for any reason, they may appeal the Suns for a full refund of the face value of their tickets.
The move largely comes as a result of the Suns' low attendance numbers and lack of a marquee name to draw interest. The team commented that while they don't have a highly recognizable superstar, that they are still a fun team to watch and can remain competitive in any contest.
The game will be nationally televised on TNT, which is motivation for Phoenix to fill its normally empty arena and avoid embarrassment on national television. The Suns are on pace to average their worst attendance numbers, 15,092, since the US Airways Center opened 20 years ago.
Through 17 games, Phoenix is 7-10 on the season.