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Phoenix to wear 'Los Suns' jerseys for Game 2 vs. Spurs

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Phoenix Suns Managing Partner Robert Sarver made a bold statement Tuesday denouncing the controversial new immigration bill that recently was signed into Arizona state law.

In announcing that the Suns would wear their "Los Suns" jerseys in recognition of playing Game 2 against San Antonio on Cinco de Mayo on Wednesday, Sarver also addressed the immigration bill that has been a divisive national topic since Gov. Jan Brewer enacted it into law April 23.

"The frustration with the federal government's failure to deal with the issue of illegal immigration resulted in passage of a flawed state law," Sarver said in a statement released by the Suns. "However intended, the result of passing this law is that our basic principles of equal rights and protection under the law are being called into question, and Arizona's already struggling economy will suffer even further setbacks at a time when the state can ill-afford them."

Read more: http://www.azcentral...l#ixzz0mzdxRL4g

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I seem to remember them doing this before.


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Phoenix Suns Managing Partner Robert Sarver made a bold statement Tuesday denouncing the controversial new immigration bill that recently was signed into Arizona state law.

In announcing that the Suns would wear their "Los Suns" jerseys in recognition of playing Game 2 against San Antonio on Cinco de Mayo on Wednesday, Sarver also addressed the immigration bill that has been a divisive national topic since Gov. Jan Brewer enacted it into law April 23.

"The frustration with the federal government's failure to deal with the issue of illegal immigration resulted in passage of a flawed state law," Sarver said in a statement released by the Suns. "However intended, the result of passing this law is that our basic principles of equal rights and protection under the law are being called into question, and Arizona's already struggling economy will suffer even further setbacks at a time when the state can ill-afford them."

Read more: http://www.azcentral...l#ixzz0mzdxRL4g

Since this law basically mirrors federal.... why did they wait so long to make this statement, they could have done it when the team was first formed.

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Shouldn't be "Los Sols"?

Steve Kerr says this is a celebration of diversity rather than a political stand, but I say, if you want to have a celebration of diversity then crack open a Corona tomorrow and enjoy the game.

http://www.sortsofsports.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=635:los-sols&catid=110:general-nba&Itemid=489

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