- The Washington Times - Monday, October 31, 2016

There’s not much to be excited about for the Phoenix Suns.

The franchise is off to an 0-3 start and have very low expectations for the year. There really won’t be that many highlights this year. And so far, the Suns‘ cheerleading and dancing team isn’t off to a great one either.

In their game against the Golden State Warriors, the dance team did their best to hype up the crowd. But one dancer didn’t exactly stick the landing on his backflip attempt.

Also, what in the world does a Gorilla have to do with the Phoenix Suns? Apparently, he’s been dancing around Suns games since 1980. The gorilla, given the ultra-creative name of “Go,” was inducted into the mascot Hall of Fame in 2005. So obviously Go is doing something right, but it seems like Phoenix missed an opportunity to have some sort of cartoonish dancing sun bounce around.


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