The Suns’ primary logo changed for the first time in 13 years and only the fourth time in franchise history. "While orange remains our most emphasized color, purple is synonymous with our legacy of success and is here to stay," said Suns president Jason Rowley in regards to the new logo.
2014 - Present
A basketball sunburst over the stacked wordmark “PHOENIX SUNS” with a new font. The new logo features a black backdrop and a simplified basketball similar to the one used by the team from 1993 – 2000.
2001 - 2013
In 2001, the logo concept stayed the same with some minor changes. The shape stayed the same along with the layout. The retangled shape now has two rounded corners and the background in gray color. The wordmark “PHOENIX SUNS” in white with a black trim. The orange basketball has a thicker black outline, but still has the orange streaking tails with the jagged star.
1993 - 2000
A new logo for the 1992 – 1993 campaign, with a wordmark “PHOENIX SUNS” in purple on the bottom. A orange with black outline basketball is streaking to the upper right corner with an orange jagged star and orange streaks tails in a purple square.
1968 - 1992
The original Phoenix Suns logo was designed by Tucsonian designer, Stan Fabe. The logo features a gold basketball with a white border that has spikes tailing to the right, this makes it look like flames. A wordmark “PHOENIX” on top and a wordmark “SUNS” on the bottom.