Phoenix Suns only team that can win 60 games this season?

The Phoenix Suns are the only team that could win 60 games this season. Every other team won’t be able to do so even if they win all of their remaining games.

The Phoenix Suns have established themselves as the best team in basketball this season. The team has the best record in the NBA at 58-14 and is the 1 seed in the Western Conference. What is even more impressive is that the Suns continue to win games despite their leader Chris Paul being out due to an injury. This Phoenix Suns team could potentially win a championship this season if they can get a healthy Chris Paul back for the Playoffs.

The most impressive part though is how far ahead the Phoenix Suns have separated themselves. With 2 more wins, the Phoenix Suns will be the first team to 60 wins and will solidify their position as the 1 seed. What is even greater is that no other team in the NBA can even get 60 wins anymore even if they win all their remaining games. The closest team to 60 wins would be the Memphis Grizzlies who would have to win all of their remaining games to get a 59-23 record.


The Suns suffered a brutal loss in the NBA Finals last season when they had 50 dropped on them in game 6 of the Finals by Giannis Antetokounmpo. This season the Suns have made roster moves all to combat the Greek Freak’s paint dominance. The Suns have 4 big men in their rotation right now. Deandre Ayton, JaVale McGee, Bismack Biyombo, and Frank Kaminsky (injured right now). If they can remain healthy the Suns should be the favourites to win it all.

The Suns have a very tough remaining schedule. They have to play the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Denver Nuggets, the Philadelphia 76ers, the Golden State Warriors, the Memphis Grizzlies, and the Utah Jazz in 6 out of the next 10 games they have left. The Lakers are a part of their schedule as well and could possibly pose a tough matchup for the Suns. If the Suns can win 5 games out of 10, they would break the franchise record for the most regular-season wins.