Phoenix Suns release statement regarding Boston Marathon
"Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected by today's tragic events in Boston. In light of those events, the Suns are working with the Phoenix Police Department to increase the security presence at tonight's game, particularly on the perimeter of US Airways Center. Consistent with our normal security protocol, we will also wand guests as they enter the arena. There are no relevant threats at this time, however the safety of our fans is of utmost importance and we feel it necessary to take these additional measures. We will hold a moment of silence prior to tip-off of tonight's game, to recognize all of those affected."
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