Phoenix Suns stars Booker and Paul break silence on ‘disturbing’ Robert Sarver controversy
It was reported earlier this month that an investigation found Phoenix owner Sarver engaged in hostile, racially insensitive and inappropriate behaviour and will sell the Suns and WNBA's Mercury.
Twelve-time All-Star Chris Paul and his Phoenix teammates arrived for NBA media day on Monday and were unsurprisingly asked about the situation.
“I just try to put my head down and do the work… All the people around me help me.”— NBA TV (@NBATV) September 26, 2022
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"When I saw the report, I was not happy about it - quite frankly disgusted. It is not a word you repeat anytime and when you read the report and you read the bullet points and you see it over and over again in that way, it bothers you."
"This was the most saddest Media Day that I have ever attended. It felt more like a funeral... Definitely a sad day for the [Phoenix] Suns organization, but sounds like they're hopeful they can move forward."@MarcJSpears on the mood at Suns Media Daypic.twitter.com/l3MwBNA9YD— ClutchPoints (@ClutchPointsApp) September 26, 2022