As part of our ongoing relationship with NBA sponsor Crown Royal, we have another prize giveaway for the lucky winner of today's contest!

All you have to do is predict the correct score, or come closest to it if no one gets it just right, and you win! You must pick the right winner, or course. Not just the right numbers.

For those over 21, the prize package is:

Crown Royal just released the new Regal Apple Flavored variant. It's still shipping to stores around the country right now so you will be one of the first to have a bottle. You can learn more about it by going here:

Or you can head to the Crown Royal Facebook page. Thought this would be an awesome package you guys to start off the NBA season on the right foot!

For those under 21 and/or those who don't drink alcohol:

  • A gift bag of NBA swag! Over the last couple of years, I've collected lots of T's and hats that could round out one's collection of Suns and SB Nation gear. There's so much here: a vintage Suns ball cap and posters from the 90s; a 2013 official Suns draft cap; a Julius Irving cap; Suns T-shirts from game giveaways and an SB nation T-shirt. The T's are in various sizes, but mostly 'large' and 'XL'.

Put your prediction in the comments!

I am curious who all is going to the game?

Staff Coverage

Bright Side will have at least Kris Habbas and I, plus videographer Evan Wendt will be there to give us the behind-the-scenes experience of opening night in the NBA.

Kris, Sean and I will be regulars this season for game coverage, most often 1 or 2 of us each game to give you the best coverage possible.

Evan will occasionally be there for big nights, but he can't be a regular media guy. The NBA has tightened its rules on video, so Evan can only give you behind the scenes access and some post game coverage. But he won't have a seat for the game and cannot film live game action.

Bright Side fans in the stands

I know a few of you have season tickets and plan to be there tonight.

Who all is going?

And, does anyone want to meet up somewhere before the game starts or at halftime, at least to say hi and put a face to a login ID?

I have started a weekly mailbag feature that will allow you to ask questions about the Phoenix Suns. Questions will be answered and posted in a story every Friday afternoon. Your questions can be...

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The 2014-15 NBA campaign tips off without the Phoenix Suns tonight, but that's no reason not to celebrate.   Tonight's games feature a pair of Western Conference duels and a battle between a pair of young up-and-coming franchises.  It's the perfect amuse-bouche to the bacchanalia of Suns and NBA basketball to come over the next several months.

Orlando Magic vs New Orleans Pelicans - 5:00PM AZ Time - League Pass

The NBA's hopes for creating a young new rivalry between Victor Oladipo and Anthony Davis took a hit with the announcement that Oladipo will miss the first month of the season with a broken face.  And Suns fans hoping to see Channing Frye get bit by a shark on national live TV may have to wait as he is questionable with a knee injury.  You'll have to make do with Ryan Anderson, Jrue Holiday and former Phoenix max contract offer signer Eric Gordon taking on Ben Gordon and Evan Fournier.  Maybe skip this one and watch the Unibrow highlights on the sports network of your choosing.

SBNation New Orleans Pelicans Coverage: The Bird Writes

SBNation Orlando Magic Coverage: Orlando Pinstriped Post

Dallas Mavericks vs. San Antonio Spurs - 5:00PM AZ Time - TNT

Gal Mekel's Dallas Mavericks look to get an early leg up on the defending champion San Antonio Spurs.  The Dallas Mavericks will sport lots of new and returning faces with Chandler Parsons, Tyson Chandler, Jameer Nelson, and Richard Jefferson joining Dirk Nowitzki since last season.  The San Antonio Spurs will be short-handed as Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard, Tiago Splitter and Patty Mills will all miss the season opener, meaning the Spurs will only have Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili to rely on to lead the team for the 435th consecutive year.

SBNation Dallas Mavericks Coverage: Mavs Moneyball

SBNation San Antonio Spurs Coverage: Pounding the Rock

Houston Rockets vs. Los Angeles Lakers - 7:30PM AZ Time - TNT

The highly anticipated Jeremy Lin revenge game! Or is it the Dwight Howard revenge game?  Or maybe the Kobe revenge game.  Regardless of which narrative you choose to follow, this game is a treasure trove of players Suns fans love to hate.  Kobe Bryant will essentially be playing his first full-strength game in over a year and it will in fact be the first time he and Dwight Howard square off since Howard spurned the Lakers for the Rockets.  Whatever.  Just make sure to stand up and cheer when Pharoah Head Ish Smith enters the game!

SBNation Houston Rockets Coverage: The Dream Shake

SBNation Los Angeles Lakers Coverage: Silver Screen and Roll

PHOENIX — The NBA regular season begins Tuesday night with three games on the schedule. One of those games includes the Los Angeles Lakers, the Phoenix Suns’ opening night opponent on...

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