Suns seeded 3rd in Inaugural 2013 NBA Summer League Championship
The Suns will play their next contest at 5 p.m. Arizona time on Thursday against the winner of the Portland/Atlanta game, being played Wednesday.
All of the 22 participating teams have played three games each prior to being seeded based on their win/loss records. Ties were broken using quarter-points and then point differential to determine the seedings.
Each team will compete in at least two more games regardless of their game outcomes and could play up to a maximum of seven games.
The Suns have gone 3-0 in pool play, winning their games against Portland, Minnesota and Memphis.
The Golden State Warriors are the top seed in the tournament with the Chicago Bulls placed second. After the Suns, it's the D-League Selects and the Charlotte Bobcats rounding out the top five.
The championship game is scheduled to take place on Monday, July 22nd at 6 p.m. Arizona time.
- Suns' Babby: No matter how season ends, it has been a wild success
- Phoenix Suns lack 'sense of urgency' and are playing their worst defense of the year
- Phoenix Suns' Eric Bledsoe responds well to first game, may start at Boston
- Al McCoy: Suns' struggles trace back to All-Star break
- Suns' Goran Dragic: 'Our defense is not good'
- Itís Paulís Call with Paul Calvisi - Friday March 14Steve Smith sounds off
- The DISH - March 14, 2014 - Friday March 14Jon Bloom gives you This Day in Suns History
- Lon Babby, Suns President of Basketball Operations - Thursday March 13Lon Babby discusses the Suns' playoff push with 18 games to go.
- Al McCoy, Hall of Fame voice of the Suns - Thursday March 13Who is the heart and soul of the Suns?
- David Griffin, Cleveland Cavaliers interim GM - Wednesday March 12David Griffin discusses the surprising season the Phoenix Suns are enjoying.