Golden State Warriors Star Stephen Curry says he has had private conversations with NBA commissioner Adam Silver in recent weeks about Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver.
Curry talked about it with Silver while speaking at the team’s media day on Sunday. – It was something that many players and outsiders didn’t think went that far.
“[I] I found [Silver’s] What kind of decisions and methods should he interfere with and we are all reacting and representing the league as a whole and he will bring a punishment that will protect the integrity and standards of the league. We’ll put contracts down to the month, from executives, to ownership, to players,” Curry said Sunday. . “There must be a measure around tolerance and the impossible.”
It’s unclear if he’s spoken to other players in the league regarding Silver Sarver and Sun.
Sarver was fined $10 million and suspended for a year following an investigation into workplace misconduct. Among other things, the league said Sarver repeatedly used the N-word, made inappropriate sexual and vulgar jokes and demeaned female employees.
Although he’s happy with how things turned out, Carrie is surprised at how quickly things have moved. Now they can all pass from here, he said.
“I think the result was exactly what it should have been,” Curry said. . “Honestly, I thought it would have taken a little longer with the punishment given, but I’m very happy that we got to the point where the team can sell quickly and he can move on knowingly. That’s where it should be.”
Draymond Green‘It’s a 100% combustible disaster’
Warriors veteran Draymond Green was among the players around the league calling for action following Sarver’s punishment.
Green, shortly after his first penalty was announced, To remove a server as an owner. Even if that didn’t happen, it would have taken 75% of the board to officially eliminate Sarver.
Now, even after the proposed sale of the team, . In his eyes, the sound had to happen at all.
“You know, if this is going to be voice-driven, why not have a voice,” Green said. . “It’s a 100% fireable offense. It’s 100% a mandatory-forcing type of sale. So if it’s going to happen, why not vote it?”
“I’m very happy to see that he’s selling the team because I think that’s the right thing to do. When you look at some of the things that some people have problems with, I think that falls under the same boat. And we all are. It’s part of this league, and no one is bigger than the league, if for us as players, That goes across the board. No matter what level you’re at, we’re all still part of the league.