6. Dan Majerle (1% of the vote)
It is no surprise to see Dan Majerle make this list. “Thunder Dan” as he was affectionately known, was a three-time All-Star with the organization. A peculiar statistic here is that he played all 82 games in the regular season only three times throughout a career that spanned from 1988-2002.
Each time he accomplished this, Majerle was named an All-Star. Even more impressive is the fact he was known for a lot of his time with the Suns as a sixth man, so to be named an All-Star under those circumstances on multiple occasions, and while being a defensive-minded player as well no less, does not get enough credit.
595 regular season games (255 starts) is one thing, but an impressive 83 postseason appearances (34 starts) pushed Majerle onto and above some others on this list. When you think of Suns basketball of the early 90s, you’re not naming many players before you get to the beloved Majerle.
In some ways he was the Bridges of his day – only he stuck around a lot longer and as a result – has a much deeper connection with the fans. In the 1994-95 season he attempted over six attempts from 3-point range, practically unheard of for the time. Majerle was ahead of his time and would fit on any Suns roster ever.