Phoenix Sun’s month-by-month win-loss predictions
We’re up to the fifth month on our win-loss predictions for the Phoenix Suns’ 2022-23 season. After a predicted record of 6-4 in the month of February, our forecast suggest the Suns will be 43-19 heading into March.
Nine of the Suns 14 games will be on the road in March, emphasizing a tough period as the season nears its conclusion.
Valley of the Suns will provide month-by-month win-loss predictions on the Phoenix Suns’ season, with March headlined by a tough back-to-back against the last two NBA champions.
Here is the win-loss prediction for each Suns game in the month of March:
Wednesday March 1 @ Charlotte Hornets – wins (1-0)
Friday March 3 @ Chicago Bulls – losses (1-1)
Sunday March 5 @ Dallas Mavericks – losses (1-2)
Wednesday March 8 @ Oklahoma City Thunder – wins (2-2)
Saturday March 11 v Sacramento Kings – wins (3-2)
Monday March 13 @ Golden State Warriors – losing (3-3)
Tuesday March 14 v Milwaukee Bucks – wins (4-3)
Thursday March 16 v Orlando Magic – wins (5-3)
Sunday March 19 @ Oklahoma City Thunder – wins (6-3)
Wednesday March 22 @ Los Angeles Lakers – loss (6-4)
Friday March 24 @ Sacramento Kings – losses (6-5)
Saturday March 25 v Philadelphia 76ers – wins (7-5)
Monday March 27 @ Utah Jazz – wins (8-5)
Wednesday March 29 v Minnesota Timberwolves – wins (9-5)
- Sun’s fans may be disappointed with two losses at the start of the month in Chicago and Dallas. Realistically, Phoenix should be hoping to win at least one of these games, although both will likely appear on a knife’s edge.
- The same can be said for back-to-back losses against the Lakers and Kings. However, by this point of the season, the Los Angeles roster should be significantly different and a lot better overall.
- Facing the Warriors and Bucks may be the toughest two-day schedule for any team across the season, even if the second night is in Phoenix.
- The Kings and 76ers back-to-back also presents as a challenge – a loss in Sacramento may appear more likely given the chance of Phoenix resting some key players.
A 9-5 record would again be a strong month for the Suns, even if there’s optimism for a better result. Should this record materialise, then the overall record would move to 52-24 with six games remaining in the regular season.