PHOENIX - A new coach and a new roster for the Phoenix Suns didn’t stop fans from attending the season's opening game.
Casey Taggatz with the Phoenix Suns says only 1,000 tickets were left for Wednesday's game. The entire arena holds 18,422.
A.J. Saulka runs Marley's Restaurant and Bar. He says business is directly proportional to how the Suns’ season goes.
Saulka says the changes to the team's roster makes him apprehensive for the upcoming season.
"They got a young roster so it's going to be interesting to see," said Saulka. "They're going to be fun to watch. I don't know about how much they'll win though."
Suns fan Korey Kaczur thinks the changes are good for the team.
"It's something you, the fans, haven't seen yet and it adds a little bit of excitement to the city of Phoenix," said Kaczur.
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