Robert Sarver, the owner of the Phoenix Suns, is facing charges of racism…

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Robert Sarver, the owner of the Phoenix Suns, is facing charges of racism, misogyny, and sexual harassment.

The Phoenix Suns’ owner, Robert Sarver, is apparently facing claims of racism, misogyny, and sexual harassment.

In Phoenix, things are going to become ugly.

NBA insider Jordan Schultz revealed significant claims against Suns owner Robert Sarver on Friday.

Shultz wrote, “The NBA is prepping for a huge article accusing #Suns owner Robert Sarver of racism, sexism, and sexual harassment in a series of instances.” “There’s a good probability the league would forcibly remove Sarver if there’s adequate proof to back up such charges.”

The contents of this report have yet to be revealed, but they would have to be significant if they may jeopardize Sarver’s ownership of the team.

Robert Sarver could be removed as Suns owner after allegations

In the NBA, the idea of removing an owner has recently been used. After being captured on film making racist comments, Clippers owner Donald Sterling was suspended from the league. That squad was later sold to Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.

According to beat writer Evan Sidery, the Suns are on the verge of becoming a multi-billion-dollar club. Saver paid $401 million for the team in 2004, and Forbes estimates it is now worth $1.8 billion.

This is, without a doubt, a very early stage of the discussion. The claims against Sarver have not been made public, nor have they been confirmed as true. If they do fall down, the NBA may be thrown into disarray.

Meanwhile, the team will have to navigate these choppy waters as Chris Paul and the rest of the squad prepare for another lengthy playoff run.

On Friday night, Phoenix will meet the Lakers in Los Angeles.

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