Robert Sarver is no stranger to criticism. He’s been hearing it for years. But he still believes in his people. He still believes in his plan. And that is? “It’s the same plan we’ve had for the last 12 months,” the Suns’ majority owner said. “We’re rebuilding our team. And unless you have a Tim Duncan, Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant, that can be pretty tough to do.” As the Valley’s first major professional franchise, the Suns hold a special place in our hearts. The good seasons become giant block parties, cause for civic celebration. The bad seasons invoke indignation and hot rage. This is one of the worst...
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