Phoenix Suns Owner Robert Sarver Not Fit to Own NBA Franchise

June 18th, 2010 by Juan Sarinas Leave a reply »
It's amazing how many bad owners there have been in the history of Phoenix sports.

We all know about Bill Bidwell's failures with the Arizona Cardinals in the 1990s (though to his credit, he has backed off and let his son Michael and GM Rod Graves run the show recently, leading to the franchise's recent success).

We can all attribute the Arizona Diamondbacks' failures to majority owner Ken Kendrick, who has undoubtedly failed miserably running the franchise after effectively forcing former owner Jerry Colangelo go.

The Coyotes' future in Arizona is messy and bleak thanks to bad ownership groups in the past.

However, it seems as if current Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver is joining the Phoenix sports' Hall of Shame, for it is becoming painfully clear that he is not fit of owning an NBA franchise.

Two times Sarver has delivered blunders after promising Suns playoff runs, seasons that gave hope to fans of the title-starved franchise but ultimately led to a messier future.

We all remember the 2004-2005 Phoenix Suns, who won 62 games and reached the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 1993. That ...

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