It’s be awhile since we’ve directed your attention to some Suns Swag, so we’ll go with an old standby. Phoenix Suns game used gear. Do you want someone’s funky sneaker prominently featured in your office? Yes. Yes you do.
Keep in mind, when you’re buying game used apparel of a certain age, you’re unlikely to receive any sort of certification with your purchase. Such is the case with these signed, game used shoes from former Suns forward Jeff Cook. Cook was drafted by the Kansas City Kings out of Idaho State in 1978, waived four months later, and signed by the Suns in 1979. He spent the first four years of his career with the Suns, and made trips to Cleveland, San Antonio and Utah, before playing his final season in Phoenix in 1988. At $67 these are the cheapest game used Suns shoes you can find on eBay.
Locals can kill two birds with two grand with Mario Bennett’s game worn Arizona State jersey. Again, no certifications to be seen, so buyer beware. After a collegiate career that included being named First-Team All-Pac-10 twice, Bennett was selected by the Suns in the first round of the ‘95 draft. He’d last only 19 games in Phoenix, partly owing to knee troubles. After Phoenix Bennett spent a season with the Lakers, played three games with the Bulls, a game with the Clippers, and ended his NBA career in 2000. If $2000 is a little spendy, check out the seller anyway. He’s got a lot of ASU gear.
Good value here if you’re looking for something from someone who plays an important role in telling the Suns story. You can tell that story without mentioning Jones’ playing days in Phoenix. He spent two seasons with the Suns, mostly coming off the bench in the Seven Seconds or Less era. Though it is worth mentioning that statistically Jones had his best season in Phoenix. A lot of guys were putting up big numbers in those days. But you cannot tell the story of the Suns without mentioning Jones’ role of general manager. In April of 2019 Jones became the full-time GM in Phoenix, and a little more than a year later they became the best team in the NBA. Bubbles don’t lie. Ninety bucks if you want to make this addition to your collection.
This one is very cool. Available for purchase is Ty Jerome’s social justice jersey from the Orlando bubble. This one actually does come with authentication from the NBA. Jerome wore this jersey on July 31st. The Suns won. I didn’t need to tell you that. Phoenix topped Washington 125-112. Jerome didn’t see the floor. If this isn’t for you the seller has a lot of stuff across all sports.
Before Dario Saric played for the Philadelphia 76ers, Minnesota Timberwolves, and now our Phoenix Suns, he tore it up overseas. This is his All-Star jersey from 2015. That season he played for Anadolu Efes S.K., the most decorated franchise in the history of the Turkish Super League. That season he was named the Fiba Europe Young Men’s Player of the Year for the second straight time. The damage is $250 if you want to add this rare piece to your collection.