Jevon Carter posts video of Suns’ court inside Madhouse on McDowell
Members of the Phoenix Suns have begun participating in individual workouts at the team’s temporary new home, Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and guard Jevon Carter posted the first images of the setup to his Instagram story on Tuesday.
A video shows Carter sitting in the bowl of the arena with the Suns’ court set up before him.
He captioned the story with, “Feels good to be back” and tagged the location.
The Suns have begun participating in limited voluntary workouts at the Coliseum, the team confirmed on Monday.
The NBA began allowing teams to reopen practice facilities on May 8, given they met the safety guidelines in their corresponding state for the COVID-19 pandemic. There are still no group or team workouts.
Phoenix players are currently working out in a one-player, one-staff member fashion because of the precautions in place to prevent the spread of the virus.
Moving to the Coliseum will allow the Suns to resume the 2019-20 season if the NBA returns.
It is also where they must practice as they continue $230 million renovations on Talking Stick Resort Arena and wait until their new practice facility on 44th Street and Camelback Road is constructed.
The Suns last played regular season games at the Madhouse on McDowell on May 11, 1992, while facing the Portland Trail Blazers in the playoffs.