Breaking Rumor: Story to Detail Massive Charges Of Racism & Sexual Harrassment Against Suns Owner Robert Sarver


In a story that sounds reminiscent of the Donald Sterling scandal, word is breaking of an impending ESPN story of racism and sexual harassment against Suns owner Robert Sarver, that, according to NBA insider Jordan Schultz, could, if confirmed,  lead to Sarver's removal from the NBA. 

The Suns, and Sarver, have already responded to the impending revelations, denying the claims, and calling the story "completely baseless."

The Suns statement adds, "we urge everyone not to rush to judgement here. Especially based on lies, innuendo and false narrative to attack our organization and its leadership." 

Sarver himself denies any misconduct. Um, sort of. "I am wholly shocked by some of the allegations purported by ESPN about me, personally, or about the Phoenix Suns and Mercury organizations." 

Sarver continues, "While I can't begin to know how to respond to some of the vague suggestions made by mostly anonymous voices, I can certainly tell you that some of the claims I find completely repugnant to my nature and to the character of the Suns/Mercury workplace and I can tell you they never, ever happened."

Wait, "some of the claims"? Some have noticed that curious choice of words by Sarver.

Things are apparently about to get real messy in the Valley of the Sun. 

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