1984-85 Phoenix Suns Game-by-Game Results

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 36-46
Finishing 3rd in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference
Postseason: 0-3 Lost conference first round
Conference First Round - Lost to Los Angeles Lakers 3-0
Coach: John MacLeod (36-46)
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Attendance: 493,446, Avg. 12,035 in 41 home dates
1984-85 Phoenix Suns Statistics
1984-85 Phoenix Suns Roster

The Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association ended the 1984-85 season with a record of 36 wins and 46 losses, finishing third in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 0-3.

The Suns netted 8,858 points and allowed 9,031. Larry Nance tossed in a team-leading 1,211 points for Phoenix, and Maurice Lucas contributed 557 rebounds. Kyle Macy dished out 380 assists for the squad.

On the defensive side of the ball, Alvan Adams added 115 steals.

John MacLeod coached the team. The 1984-85 Phoenix Suns lost in the conference first round.

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Regular Season Points For: 8858
Regular Season Points Against: 9031

Date Game Res Home Road Record
October 26, 1984 Phoenix Suns 122 at Golden State Warriors 114 W 0-0 1-0 1-0
October 28, 1984 Phoenix Suns 102 at Seattle Supersonics 87 W 0-0 2-0 2-0
October 30, 1984 Los Angeles Clippers 96 at Phoenix Suns 99 W 1-0 2-0 3-0
November 1, 1984 Portland Trail Blazers 130 at Phoenix Suns 139 W 2-0 2-0 4-0 3OT
November 3, 1984 Phoenix Suns 105 at Dallas Mavericks 93 W 2-0 3-0 5-0
November 6, 1984 Phoenix Suns 99 at Portland Trail Blazers 116 L 2-0 3-1 5-1
November 8, 1984 Cleveland Cavaliers 111 at Phoenix Suns 112 W 3-0 3-1 6-1
November 10, 1984 Atlanta Hawks 114 at Phoenix Suns 107 L 3-1 3-1 6-2
November 13, 1984 Phoenix Suns 110 at Denver Nuggets 122 L 3-1 3-2 6-3
November 14, 1984 New Jersey Nets 86 at Phoenix Suns 98 W 4-1 3-2 7-3
November 16, 1984 Milwaukee Bucks 106 at Phoenix Suns 118 W 5-1 3-2 8-3
November 17, 1984 Phoenix Suns 94 at Utah Jazz 108 L 5-1 3-3 8-4
November 20, 1984 Phoenix Suns 108 at Los Angeles Lakers 130 L 5-1 3-4 8-5
November 21, 1984 Los Angeles Lakers 102 at Phoenix Suns 97 L 5-2 3-4 8-6
November 23, 1984 Philadelphia 76ers 119 at Phoenix Suns 117 L 5-3 3-4 8-7 OT
November 25, 1984 Phoenix Suns 109 at Los Angeles Clippers 114 L 5-3 3-5 8-8
November 27, 1984 Utah Jazz 102 at Phoenix Suns 115 W 6-3 3-5 9-8
November 29, 1984 Chicago Bulls 95 at Phoenix Suns 100 W 7-3 3-5 10-8
December 1, 1984 Golden State Warriors 103 at Phoenix Suns 115 W 8-3 3-5 11-8
December 3, 1984 Phoenix Suns 96 at Seattle Supersonics 108 L 8-3 3-6 11-9
December 4, 1984 Phoenix Suns 104 at Portland Trail Blazers 112 L 8-3 3-7 11-10
December 7, 1984 Kansas City Kings 113 at Phoenix Suns 121 W 9-3 3-7 12-10
December 8, 1984 Phoenix Suns 102 at Golden State Warriors 98 W 9-3 4-7 13-10
December 11, 1984 Houston Rockets 112 at Phoenix Suns 120 W 10-3 4-7 14-10
December 13, 1984 Washington Bullets 86 at Phoenix Suns 116 W 11-3 4-7 15-10
December 15, 1984 Phoenix Suns 111 at San Antonio Spurs 120 L 11-3 4-8 15-11
December 18, 1984 Phoenix Suns 116 at Kansas City Kings 127 L 11-3 4-9 15-12
December 21, 1984 Phoenix Suns 105 at Los Angeles Lakers 119 L 11-3 4-10 15-13
December 22, 1984 Portland Trail Blazers 108 at Phoenix Suns 110 W 12-3 4-10 16-13
December 26, 1984 Boston Celtics 119 at Phoenix Suns 114 L 12-4 4-10 16-14
December 28, 1984 Dallas Mavericks 125 at Phoenix Suns 111 L 12-5 4-10 16-15
December 30, 1984 Phoenix Suns 117 at Los Angeles Clippers 109 W 12-5 5-10 17-15
January 2, 1985 Phoenix Suns 115 at Kansas City Kings 107 W 12-5 6-10 18-15
January 4, 1985 Phoenix Suns 98 at New Jersey Nets 105 L 12-5 6-11 18-16
January 5, 1985 Phoenix Suns 106 at Cleveland Cavaliers 111 L 12-5 6-12 18-17
January 7, 1985 Phoenix Suns 99 at Philadelphia 76ers 100 L 12-5 6-13 18-18
January 9, 1985 Seattle Supersonics 88 at Phoenix Suns 94 W 13-5 6-13 19-18
January 11, 1985 Los Angeles Clippers 98 at Phoenix Suns 84 L 13-6 6-13 19-19
January 12, 1985 Utah Jazz 94 at Phoenix Suns 109 W 14-6 6-13 20-19
January 16, 1985 Dallas Mavericks 95 at Phoenix Suns 98 W 15-6 6-13 21-19
January 18, 1985 Houston Rockets 112 at Phoenix Suns 101 L 15-7 6-13 21-20
January 19, 1985 Phoenix Suns 100 at San Antonio Spurs 106 L 15-7 6-14 21-21
January 22, 1985 Phoenix Suns 97 at Houston Rockets 101 L 15-7 6-15 21-22
January 23, 1985 Phoenix Suns 100 at Atlanta Hawks 101 L 15-7 6-16 21-23
January 26, 1985 Phoenix Suns 105 at Washington Bullets 110 L 15-7 6-17 21-24 OT
January 29, 1985 Phoenix Suns 100 at Denver Nuggets 128 L 15-7 6-18 21-25
January 30, 1985 New York Knicks 93 at Phoenix Suns 110 W 16-7 6-18 22-25
February 3, 1985 Seattle Supersonics 109 at Phoenix Suns 120 W 17-7 6-18 23-25
February 5, 1985 Denver Nuggets 103 at Phoenix Suns 108 W 18-7 6-18 24-25
February 7, 1985 Indiana Pacers 97 at Phoenix Suns 105 W 19-7 6-18 25-25
February 12, 1985 Phoenix Suns 114 at Houston Rockets 126 L 19-7 6-19 25-26
February 14, 1985 Phoenix Suns 102 at San Antonio Spurs 131 L 19-7 6-20 25-27
February 15, 1985 Phoenix Suns 126 at Dallas Mavericks 103 W 19-7 7-20 26-27
February 17, 1985 Phoenix Suns 115 at Indiana Pacers 97 W 19-7 8-20 27-27
February 18, 1985 Phoenix Suns 103 at Detroit Pistons 122 L 19-7 8-21 27-28
February 20, 1985 Houston Rockets 126 at Phoenix Suns 122 L 19-8 8-21 27-29
February 22, 1985 San Antonio Spurs 118 at Phoenix Suns 111 L 19-9 8-21 27-30
February 24, 1985 Phoenix Suns 107 at Denver Nuggets 117 L 19-9 8-22 27-31
February 26, 1985 Phoenix Suns 103 at Kansas City Kings 110 L 19-9 8-23 27-32
February 28, 1985 Los Angeles Lakers 105 at Phoenix Suns 117 W 20-9 8-23 28-32
March 2, 1985 Kansas City Kings 111 at Phoenix Suns 114 W 21-9 8-23 29-32
March 4, 1985 Dallas Mavericks 107 at Phoenix Suns 99 L 21-10 8-23 29-33
March 7, 1985 San Antonio Spurs 117 at Phoenix Suns 119 W 22-10 8-23 30-33
March 9, 1985 Golden State Warriors 118 at Phoenix Suns 115 L 22-11 8-23 30-34
March 12, 1985 Phoenix Suns 123 at New York Knicks 119 W 22-11 9-23 31-34
March 13, 1985 Phoenix Suns 106 at Boston Celtics 123 L 22-11 9-24 31-35
March 15, 1985 Phoenix Suns 97 at Chicago Bulls 103 L 22-11 9-25 31-36
March 16, 1985 Phoenix Suns 96 at Milwaukee Bucks 125 L 22-11 9-26 31-37
March 19, 1985 Los Angeles Lakers 130 at Phoenix Suns 112 L 22-12 9-26 31-38
March 21, 1985 Portland Trail Blazers 104 at Phoenix Suns 114 W 23-12 9-26 32-38
March 23, 1985 Phoenix Suns 109 at Golden State Warriors 123 L 23-12 9-27 32-39
March 26, 1985 Detroit Pistons 119 at Phoenix Suns 93 L 23-13 9-27 32-40
March 28, 1985 Phoenix Suns 110 at Los Angeles Clippers 116 L 23-13 9-28 32-41
March 30, 1985 Los Angeles Clippers 123 at Phoenix Suns 114 L 23-14 9-28 32-42
March 31, 1985 Phoenix Suns 98 at Los Angeles Lakers 123 L 23-14 9-29 32-43
April 2, 1985 Seattle Supersonics 109 at Phoenix Suns 119 W 24-14 9-29 33-43
April 4, 1985 Denver Nuggets 110 at Phoenix Suns 103 L 24-15 9-29 33-44
April 6, 1985 Phoenix Suns 94 at Utah Jazz 105 L 24-15 9-30 33-45
April 7, 1985 Phoenix Suns 125 at Seattle Supersonics 110 W 24-15 10-30 34-45
April 9, 1985 Phoenix Suns 100 at Portland Trail Blazers 116 L 24-15 10-31 34-46
April 12, 1985 Utah Jazz 92 at Phoenix Suns 96 W 25-15 10-31 35-46
April 14, 1985 Golden State Warriors 111 at Phoenix Suns 124 W 26-15 10-31 36-46
April 18, 1985 Phoenix Suns 114 at Los Angeles Lakers 142 L 0-0 0-1 0-1
April 20, 1985 Phoenix Suns 130 at Los Angeles Lakers 147 L 0-0 0-2 0-2
April 23, 1985 Los Angeles Lakers 119 at Phoenix Suns 103 L 0-1 0-2 0-3


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