EM – Suns respond to possible investigations, denying racism and sexism

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The Phoenix Suns released a statement regarding a possible media investigation into the franchise’s workplace culture, denying that the organization or owner Robert Sarver has a history of racism or sexism.

The statement sent on Friday said, that the organization is aware that ESPN is working on a story accusing the organization of misconduct on a “variety of issues”. The Suns responded by stating that the allegations were “totally unsubstantiated” and that “documentary evidence in our possession and eyewitness accounts directly contradicts the reporter’s allegations and we are preparing our response to his questions.”

Sun’s General Manager James Jones, who is Black, said in the team’s response, “Nothing that has been said describes the Robert Sarver I know, respect, and like – it just doesn’t.”

The franchise is following one of the most successful seasons in its history, reaching the NBA final with stars Devin Booker, Chris Paul and Deandre Ayton before losing six games to the Milwaukee Bucks. The Suns made it to the finals three times in 1976, 1993 and 2021, but never won a championship.

The potential investigation was revealed on Friday when league analyst Jordan Schultz posted a message on social media in which it said the league was preparing for a “massive” story and that if there was “enough evidence to support such allegations,” there was a real chance the league would forcibly remove Sarver. “

Sarver and the suns responded with a long explanation. Sarver, 59, also owns the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury.

“While I don’t know how to respond to some of the vague suggestions from mostly anonymous voices, I can certainly tell you that some of the claims are my nature and totally contradict the character of the Suns / Mercury workplace and I can tell you they never happened, “said Sarver.

Less than a week into the start of the season, the NBA now has another potentially significant problem on its hands – even without knowing the full scope of the allegations that will be the Suns.

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