Fans who attended Thursday’s preseason game between the Phoenix Suns and San Antonio Spurs didn’t exactly witness the best basketball, and Suns owner Robert Sarver wasn’t happy about that fact. During a timeout late in the fourth quarter at the US Airways Center, Sarver suddenly commandeered the PA announcer’s microphone and apologized to the fans for paying to see a poor...
Last night, well after the San Antonio Spurs- Phoenix Suns game had gotten out of hand, during a timeout, Phoenix Suns majority owner Robert Sarver took to the Public Address system to address his displeasure with his guests, stating this this was not the game Suns fans paid their hard-earned money to see and offered […]
The Phoenix Suns cruised to an easy 121-90 win over the San Antonio Spurs in preseason action Thursday night, in part because the defending champs barely brought half their team. Suns owner Robert Sarver was not happy about that, and he took the microphone during a TV timeout to apologize to the fans. “Hey everybody,...Read More
Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver was mad as hell and he wasn’t going to take it anymore. Okay, that may be a bit of a stretch, but Sarver did feel compelled to apologize to fans who showed up US Airways on Thursday night for the team’s preseason game against the San Antonio Spurs expecting to […]
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Sarver says over the PA that this isn't the team (Spurs) that fans paid to see. He said he'd send a gift to fans who mail him a ticket stub.
— Paul Coro (@paulcoro) October 17, 2014
Phoenix Suns managing partner Robert Sarver issued a statement Wednesday in support of commissioner Adam Silver's lifetime ban of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling:
"I applaud the actions taken today by Commissioner Silver in response to the disturbing comments made by Donald Sterling. Commissioner Silver's decision upholds the principles of diversity, tolerance and respect...
Robert Sarver has been incredibly impressed by the leadership of 33-year-old general manager Ryan McDonough.
"Given his age, I was really surprised at Ryan's level of knowledge and confidence," Sarver said. "A lot of guys can get wishy-washy about their convictions when it comes to players and coaches, but he had such strong opinions – such conviction – of what he wanted to do...
December 24, 2013