The Phoenix Wheelchair Suns have been around since 1988, however this is the second year Ability360 has taken over its name. They will be traveling nationwide in hopes of making it to the National Championship. Wheelchair basketball enables people of all ability levels in all ages to compete in a team sport building self-confidence, and team work.



Christian McIntee           
Mesa, AZ

Alex Beeson                
Phoenix, AZ

Jay Brown
Tempe, AZ

Evan Williams
Phoenix, AZ

Stephen Hernandez
Phoenix, AZ

Dan Clemente
Avondale, AZ

Robert Reed
Mesa, AZ

Krista Yunch
Mesa, IN

Head Coach
Nick Pryor

Dunkirk, IN

Paul Crane
Phoenix, AZ

Luis Raygoza
Phoenix, AZ

Zachary Johnson
Chandler, AZ

Gilbert Guanajuato
Casa Grande
, AZ


Wheelchair basketball is one of the oldest adaptive sports dating back to post WWII and was part of the first Paralympics games in 1948. Wheelchair basketball is a team sport modeled after the NCAA rules with the only difference being that instead of allowing two steps before passing or dribbling the ball, wheelchair basketball allows two pushes with the wheel. With Wheelchair basketball being the most popular game to watch among sports, Ability360 is excited to announce our newest competitive team.

Help support the Ability360 Phoenix Wheelchair Suns as they continue to grow their presence in the national games to come.

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Sponsorship Levels for Ability360 Phoenix Suns Wheelchair Basketball Team

  • Company logo on all Phoenix Wheelchair Suns marketing materials  -Website, poster, flyers, website, social media, recognition in LivAbility Magazine, three monthly newsletters-
  • Recognition on the Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center Donor Wall
  • One full page advertisement in LivAbility Magazine or two half page advertisements
  • Vendor table at two Ability360 events of choice
  • Company logo on banner displayed at games and practices
  • Team photo with sponsor logo

*All donation amounts are greatly appreciated to offset costs of travel, coaching, and equipment.