Phoenix ‘Pig’: Suns For Sale Via Offensive Owner Robert Sarver Selfish Explanation

Phoenix ‘Pig’: Suns For Sale Via Offensive Owner Robert Sarver Selfish Explanation

We recently wrote about the behavior of Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver, and his behavior, which we refer to as “piggish.” ”

His Wednesday announcement that he has started the process to sell both the Suns and the WNBA Mercury franchises come with – you guessed it – another serving of oink.

His self-serving statement?

“As an individual of faith, I believe that atonement is possible and that forgiveness is possible,” Sarver stated. “I expected that the one-year suspension of the commissioner would allow me to concentrate, make amends, and remove my personal controversy form the teams that I love and so many others.

” But in today’s difficult climate, it is clear that this is not possible. The good I have done or could do is outweighed by the things I have said. I am now looking for buyers for the Suns, and Mercury. “

Review:

Sarver isn’t a pig . He is a man of faith. ”

Sarver isn’t a pig . He “loves” his teams.

Sarver isn’t a pig . It’s just that he exists in an “current unforgiving environment.” ”

Sarver isn’t a pig . He has done and will continue to do so much “good.” ”

Yeah or another conclusion after an NBA investigation revealed that he used the N-word frequently and was involved in “instances inequitable conduct towards female employees”, including “sex related comments” and inappropriate comments about employees’ appearances. …

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Robert Sarver is a pig.

Sarver’s non-apology also included backward reasoning that he was wrongly targeted. “Words I deeply regret now overshadow nearly twenty years of building organizations that brought people closer — and strengthened the Phoenix region — through the unifying power professional men’s or women’s basketball. ”

Why does Sarver regret his words? Because he was caught on camera uttering his vulgarities.

He, like billionaires, will land on his shoes. He bought the two teams in July 2004 for about $400 million, and his sale (as one-third owner) will be a boon for him, as the value of the Suns may be $2 billion.

LeBron James and Chris Paul, who actually play for Phoenix, have decried the NBA’s wrist-slap punishment against Sarver since the NBA’s investigation was revealed.

But now? “I’m proud to be part of a league that is committed to progress!” James tweeted Wednesday.

And what of Robert Sarver, who at age 60 still has so much to give should he truly chose to do so?

“I will continue working on becoming a better individual,” he stated, “and continuing my support of the community in meaningful and meaningful ways.” That can help the non-NBA community of Arizona. It all starts with Robert Sarver, who put in the work to become not just a pig ..

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