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Phoenix Suns invite fans to ‘predict the picks’ for a chance to win 2014-15 ‘sixthman’ membership for two

The Phoenix Suns are inviting fans to “predict the picks” in the NBA Draft contest that will award one fan with a lower-level 2014-15 Suns SixthMan membership for two. Fans can enter the contest today at the Suns website, according to a press release.

Fans will be asked to predict the order of this year’s lottery picks (i.e. top 14 picks), including the Suns’ selection at No. 14, from a list of 30 prospects. The contest runs through 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 26, prior to the start of the NBA Draft at 4:30 p.m. Only one entry is allowed per person, according to the release.

The fan that predicts the highest number of lottery picks correctly will win a lower-level 2014-15 Suns SixthMan membership for two. Runner-up prizes will also be awarded, including an autographed Suns jersey and photo, as well as three Suns’ gift packs, according to the release.

Fans can watch the 2014 NBA Draft with the Suns during a viewing party at CopperBlues, 50 W. Jefferson St. No. 200 in downtown Phoenix, in downtown Phoenix beginning at 4 p.m. Thursday, June 26. The party is free and open to the public. Attendees will receive first-hand draft analysis from Suns alumnus and broadcaster Tim Kempton and Steven Hunter, a member of the Suns 2004-05 Western Conference Finals team. The draft is scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m.

Fans are encouraged to visit Suns.com for additional details. The Suns own picks No. 14, No. 18, No. 27 and No. 50 in this year’s NBA Draft.

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