in two consecutive games over the weekend, lost to the hilarious Sacramento Kings and the knee-slappin’ Los Angeles Lakers by a combined 43 points. The Kings and Lakers, holy lord!The Phoenix Suns,
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Oddly, Suns owner Robert Sarver decided to pin his team’s woes on an entire generation of young men and women, blaming “millennial culture” for the issues that seemed to hit the team when Eric Bledsoe tore his meniscus and forward Markieff Morris lost his wits when the franchise decided to deal his twin brother Marcus to Detroit.
You know – the same brother that Phoenix traded for because they knew Markieff and Marcus Morris would happily play so well alongside each other.
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“I’m not sure it’s just the NBA,” Sarver said. “My whole view of the millennial culture is that they have a tough time dealing with setbacks, and Markieff Morris is the perfect example. He had a setback