Amar’e Stoudemire’s Gone: Who Will Be The Phoenix Suns Starting Power Forward?

July 2nd, 2010 by Jess Root Leave a reply »
Thursday night and Friday morning was a strange time to be a fan of the Suns. I personally felt betrayed because of the Amar'e Stoudemire situation.

I know, I am in a group of people who believed that Stoudemire needed to return. Not everyone believes that. One thing I am certain of is that any scenario in which Amare leaves, no matter who replaces him, is a step back for the team. The NBA is a star’s league and Amar'e should be one of their biggest stars

I am not typically a gloomy fan, but my Twitter conversations have been very negative. Things came up about putting a hit on Robert Sarver, how Sarver is purposely trying to devalue the team and alienate the fan base so he can move the team to San Diego. People mentioned lighting themselves on fire in front of US Airways Center, having a “Sarver, sell the team” rally, among other things.

I’m not even going to get into the other Phoenix news that came up (the Diamondbacks and the firing of Josh Byrnes and AJ Hinch). In the Phoenix sports ocean, as a fan, it was like being hit hard by one wave and trying to get out and recover, only to be hit with another big wave. The news ...

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