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Phoenix Suns bring in babies to announce release of 2022-23 NBA season schedule

A tweet announcing the team's regular season schedule featured a video with babies acting out an episode of "Inside the NBA Jr."

PHOENIX — Oh, baby! The Phoenix Suns regular season schedule is officially released.

The Suns took to Twitter to announce the schedule release Wednesday and got a little help from some adorable babies. In a tweet sent by the team, a group of babies did their best NBA analyst impersonations and acted out a fake segment of "Inside the NBA Jr."

Baby versions of Ernie Johnson Jr., Kenny Smith, Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley share their thoughts on the marquee matchups for the Suns this upcoming season.

Each baby shared their impressions and the 1:40 second video and it's as adorable as you think it would be.

Here are some of the highlights from the Suns 2022-23 schedule.

  • Opening Day on Oct. 19 against the Dallas Mavericks 
  • TNT game against the Golden State Warriors on Oct. 25
  • Home matchup against the Memphis Grizzlies on Dec. 23
  • Christmas Day game against the Denver Nuggets at 8:30 p.m.

For the full schedule breakdown, head over to the Phoenix Suns website.

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