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Get the T-Shirt to show your pride for those kids who have a two-game winning streak!

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Let’s be honest here.

None of us thought this iteration of the Phoenix Suns had a wire-to-wire win over the Utah Jazz in their back pocket.

The baby Suns had lost SEVEN STRAIGHT games to the big-boy Jazz, and approximately 50 of their last 45 head-to-head matchups overall have gone the Jazz’ way.

But last night, your Suns treated an appreciative home crowd to a wonderful win, capped off by a standing ovation as the final buzzer sounded.

Dragan Bender knows what’s up with the #TheTimeline.

And these last two games have reminded us that the Timeline is alive and well, despite what you may have been led to believe otherwise.

The 19-year old Bender locked up Jazz player after Jazz player last night on defense. 20-year old Marquese Chriss is reminding us that he has springs in his legs. 20-year old Devin Booker’s shake and bake is back, with the added dimensions of passing, rebounding and defense. 20-year old Josh Jackson did a little bit of everything off the bench. 21-year old Tyler Ulis has found his game again. 24-year olds T.J. Warren and Alex Len played with abandon we love to see.

Yeah, “We wanna be here”.

Now you can show off your Suns pride with the coolest looking Timeline T-shirt I’ve seen yet.

This is an exclusive design for Bright Side thankyouverymuch.

We’ve done these BreakingT’s before, so you know how unbelievably soft the shirt is. Now you can sport the Timeline with a badass western font and original sunburst design.

It’s simple. It’s bold. And it’s already my favorite shirt.

They’re already selling and I hadn’t even started pimping them here yet!

Note: They run snug because they’ve slightly fitted, so order a size up if you like the “roomy” feel.

Bright Side Night postponed to January

Just a quick note: With all the drama around the team these past couple weeks, the Suns and I have decided to postpone the third annual Bright Side Night to January 14, 2018.

All donations already made will carry over to that game, and those who are expecting game tickets will be contacted by Stepheny with the Suns to work out logistics of which game you want to attend.