As one of the winningest teams in NBA history, the Phoenix Suns has a legacy of greatness in the Western Conference. Still in pursuit of their first NBA Championship, the foundation of Devin Booker, Chris Paul, and Deandre Ayton that took them to the 2020-21 NBA Finals has recently added Kevin Durant to the mix, with their eyes set on the ultimate prize.  

On NBA Top Shot, the best highlights in Phoenix Suns history can be owned by their fans as limited edition and officially licensed NBA collectibles called Moments.  

Spanning from 1987 to 2023, NBA Top Shot’s living and constantly growing catalog of NBA highlights spans over 100 unique Phoenix Suns Moments, telling the story of this proud franchise — and will be adding missing chapters from the team’s past and present as we look ahead to the future. 

For Phoenix Suns fans and collectors, here’s a look at some of most popular and beloved collectibles on NBA Top Shot.

You can explore their entire history on NBA Top Shot today and collect your favorites. 

Walter Davis: Archive Set 1986-87

Walter Davis had a stroke so silky smooth that it was often compared to velvet. The Phoenix Suns’ all-time leading scorer showcases that legendary touch against the Utah Jazz, first dribbling between the elbow and low post while looking for an opening before unleashing an effortless jumper, successfully pump-faking a capable defender shadowing his every move. The 1978 Rookie of the Year and six-time All-Star was on point all game thanks to his immaculate jumper, scoring 23 points while also adding a rebound, an assist, and a steal in the March 31, 1987 contest.

Shawn Marion: Run It Back & Archive Set 2005-06

The Matrix was a dynamic wing who could do it all on the court, and his explosive athleticism and playmaking abilities propelled him to 4 All-Star teams during his time in Phoenix. 

During 2005-06, he scored a career-high 21.8 points per game, paired with a career-high 11.8 rebounds per game, earning All-Star and All-NBA recognition. 

His two collectibles on Top Shot from this season both capture double-double performances and his hops — showcasing two amazing alley-oops, one off an inbound play, and one a ferocious one-handed slam. 

Steve Nash (MVP): Run It Back 2005-06, Vintage Vibes, and Dynamic Duos

As back-to-back NBA MVP during his second stint with the Phoenix Suns, the prolific Hall of Fame point guard is an essential part of the Suns’ story. 

Nash led the NBA in assists during five season (2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2011) in Phoenix, ushering in a new era of run and gun fast-paced basketball during the iconic “7 Seconds or Less” era. 

His unique playmaking and passing abilities are on full display across his NBA Top Shot collection, featuring beautiful passes to his signature running mates: Amare Stoudemire and Shawn Marion, along with a crafty bucket against his former teammate, Dirk Nowitzki.  

Devin Booker: So Fresh, the 2021 NBA Finals, and Video Game Numbers

As the face of Phoenix today, Booker’s become one of the most explosive and potent scorers in the NBA. His ability to go off for 40+, 50+, 60+, and even 70+ on a given night has made Phoenix one of the hardest teams to outscore, and his clutch shotmaking ability has often been the difference between a L and a W. 

Devin Booker’s ascent towards greatness really came to life in the NBA Bubble, where the Phoenix Suns put together an undefeated 8-0 record that set the tempo and built the chemistry that would lead them towards an NBA Finals Run — captured beautifully by his signature game-winning fadeaway from that stretch. 

During the 2021 NBA Playoffs, he sliced through the competition round-by–round, eventually making his first trip to the NBA Finals, and the team’s first trip to the Finals since 1993. It didn’t end the way he wanted it, but the mentality that fuels his game has him focused on getting back, and his star-making performance during that run is one that will never be forgotten.

This season, Booker is cooking with the same heat we’ve come to expect, captured by a Video Game Numbers performance where he scored 51 points on 80% shooting in just 31 mintues — sitting out the entire 4th quarter in a dominant regular season victory. A warmup for what’s to come. 

Deandre Ayton: And Then There Were Four 

Where were you when The Valley-Oop shook the 2021 Western Conference Finals? Trailing by a single point with 0.9 seconds remaining on the Game 2 clock, Phoenix Suns forward Jae Crowder sets sail an instant classic lob pass which a soaring Deandre Ayton handles perfectly before time expires. The brilliantly timed leap through traffic gave Ayton’s squad a substantial two-game lead in their best-of-seven series. In addition to his role in making modern history, Ayton racked up 24 points on 12-of-15 shooting and added a substantial 14 rebounds.

Chris Paul: Regular Season and Playoffs Greatness

The Point God’s resume is riddled with achievements, and his stint on the Phoenix Suns has seen him smashing records and notching victories. 

41 points in a series-clinching 2021 Conference Finals win? Check.

The 10,000 assist of his career, during a triple-double performance to boot? Check.

A NBA Playoffs record 14-for-14 100% shooting night? Check. 

An 18-assist night to move into #3 on the NBA’s all-time assist leaderboard? Check. 

Chris Paul has found a home on the Phoenix Suns, and as his career winds down, his greatness will be an essential part of their hopes for his first, and the franchise’s first, NBA Championship.

With Kevin Durant joining forces with CP3, Booker, and Ayton, there’s no limit to what they can accomplish. 

As the Phoenix Suns continue to tell the story of their franchise across NBA history, you can collect and own your favorite Moments on NBA Top Shot.