Phoenix Suns Managing General Partner Robert Sarver says team needs swagger, winning attitude
MIAMI - Robert Sarver is sitting courtside at AmericanAirlines Arena, taking in the Suns' warmup before their game against the Miami Heat on Monday.
In a few hours, Phoenix will lose to the Heat, dropping its record to 19-47. Sarver, the Suns' managing general partner, will leave after the game to attend a banking conference in New York, but as he watches Devin Booker shoot jumper after jumper, he takes a few minutes to talk about his basketball team and what can be done in the offseason to move forward.
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