Suns visit kids at Phoenix Children's Hospital

Posted at 5:52 PM, Dec 19, 2015

We're getting into the holiday spirit, and so are the Phoenix Suns.

On Saturday, the entire team stopped by Phoenix Children's Hospital to put a smile on kids' faces, as players signed autographs and played games with the kids.

The event was part of the Suns' "Season of Giving" campaign. Coach Jeff Hornacek said the experience meant a lot to both the kids and the team.

"They can play these video games. The kids go, 'Hey can you play me in this?' They just sit here and play, have fun, and try to bring some joy to these kids that are in the hospital," he said.

"You know they are going through some tough times, but this brightens their day."

The Suns' next game is against the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday at 3 p.m. at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix.