1988-89 Phoenix Suns Statistics

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 55-27
Finishing 2nd in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference
Postseason: 7-5 Lost conference finals
Conference First Round - Defeated Denver Nuggets 3-0
Conference Semifinals - Defeated Golden State Warriors 4-1
Conference Finals - Lost to Los Angeles Lakers 4-0
Coach: Cotton Fitzsimmons (55-27)
Location: Phoenix, Arizona
Attendance: 511,076, Avg. 12,465 in 41 home dates
1988-89 Phoenix Suns Roster
1988-89 Phoenix Suns Results

The Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association ended the 1988-89 season with a record of 55 wins and 27 losses, finishing second in the NBA's Pacific Division of the Western Conference. The team compiled a postseason mark of 7-5.

Phoenix netted 9,727 points, tops in the circuit. The team yielded 9,096 points. Tom Chambers tossed in a team-leading 2,085 points for the Suns, while Kevin Johnson and Eddie Johnson scored 19 or more per game, too. Tom Chambers contributed 684 rebounds. Kevin Johnson dished out 991 assists for the squad.

On the defensive side of the ball, Kevin Johnson added 135 steals, and Mark West rejected 187 opposing shots.

Cotton Fitzsimmons coached the team. The 1988-89 Phoenix Suns lost in the conference finals.

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Player Totals:

Player Pos GP GS Min FGA FGM 3PA 3PM FTA FTM Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Tom ChambersF-C818130021643774862859850914354168423187552312712085
Kevin JohnsonG81813179112857022257650846294340991135243222261650
Eddie JohnsonF-G7072043122460817271250217912153061624771221981504
Armon GilliamF-C74602120930468003232401653765415254271401761176
Jeff HornacekG7873248788944081271781477519126646512981111881054
Tyrone CorbinG-F7730165545424520179141176222398118821392222631
Mark WestC-F82322019372243002021081673845513935187103273594
Dan MajerleG-F545135443218182271277862147209130631448139467
Tim PerryF-C621561420110841654061711321819323747257
Andrew LangC62255261176000603954931479174828112159
Steve KerrG26015746201789631417247061254
Craig HodgesG100923616124432358205839
T.R. DunnG-F3413213512001293030602512163533
Ed NealyF300164298207318375584062219
Mark DavisF-G207511022101000014
Kenny GattisonF-C209100021011000021
Winston CriteF206300000101000110

Player Averages:

Player Pos GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Tom ChambersF-C818137.147.132.685.
Kevin JohnsonG818139.
Eddie JohnsonF-G70729.249.741.386.
Armon GilliamF-C746028.650.374.
Jeff HornacekG787331.949.533.382.
Tyrone CorbinG-F773021.554.
Mark WestC-F823224.665.353.
Dan MajerleG-F54525.141.932.961.
Tim PerryF-C62159.953.725.
Andrew LangC62258.551.365.
Steve KerrG2606.043.547.
Craig HodgesG1009.244.433.375.
T.R. DunnG-F3419.434.375.
Ed NealyF3005.527.
Mark DavisF-G203.520.00.0100.
Kenny GattisonF-C204.
Winston CriteF203.

Postseason - Player Totals:

Player Pos GP Min FGA FGM 3PA 3PM FTA FTM Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Tom ChambersF-C124952571182297867221091314613153944312
Kevin JohnsonG12494182901031101021239511471955528285
Eddie JohnsonF-G123922068538133930285987251221841213
Dan MajerleG-F12352144632884838223557141341528172
Jeff HornacekG1237414974702521254469621631834169
Tyrone CorbinG-F123108645002519434285262441437109
Mark WestC-F1222750320014102132536719133674
Armon GilliamF-C91265127002219182745212101173
T.R. DunnG-F87973002178151502117
Tim PerryF-C417420020112021114
Ed NealyF46310000123000002
Andrew LangC48200000336100330

Postseason Player Averages:

Player Pos GP MPG FG% 3P% FT% Off Def Reb Ast Stl Blk TO PF Pts
Tom ChambersF-C1241.345.940.985.
Kevin JohnsonG1241.249.530.
Eddie JohnsonF-G1232.741.334.
Dan MajerleG-F1229.343.828.679.
Jeff HornacekG1231.
Tyrone CorbinG-F1225.852.376.
Mark WestC-F1218.964.
Armon GilliamF-C914.052.986.
T.R. DunnG-F89.942.950.
Tim PerryF-C44.350.
Ed NealyF41.533.
Andrew LangC42.


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