2012-13 Phoenix Suns Schedule Released, Will Face Steve Nash November 16

July 18, 2012; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Phoenix Suns guard Kendall Marshall (12) headed down court during the first half of the game against the New Orleans Hornets at Thomas & Mack Center. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-US PRESSWIRE

The Suns know where they'll be playing next season.

The Phoenix Suns are going to be a very interesting team to watch next season. They will be without Steve Nash for the first time in seemingly forever, and a new ensemble of players including Luis Scola, Michael Beasley and Goran Dragic will take the floor in Phoenix for the first time against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday, October 31.

After a day off on Thursday, Phoenix will welcome in the Detroit Pistons on Nov. 2. The Pistons have really struggled in recent seasons. The team will then hit the road for three games, playing the Magic, Heat and Bobcats within a four-day span.

In what will likely be the biggest game of the year, the Suns and Lakers (and Nash) will meet for the first time on November 16 in Los Angeles. Nash will make his return to Phoenix on January 30. The two teams will play in L.A. once again on February 12, and then once again in Phoenix on March 18.

You can find the entire 2012-13 schedule for the Suns here.

For more on the Phoenix Suns, be sure to check out Bright Side of the Sun.

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