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An ESPN investigation, featuring interviews with more than 70 current and former Suns employees, reveals accusations of racism and misogyny against owner Robert Sarver -- and a toxic workplace many employees believe his behavior emboldened.
Incidents detailed by ESPN include:
• Sarver making inappropriate comments in all-staff meetings, including discussing times when his wife would perform oral sex on him.
• Sarver asking former coach Earl Watson, who is Black and Hispanic, why Warriors forward Draymond Green "get to run up the court and say [n-word]."
•Sarver using a racial slur when trying to explain to a staffer why he preferred hiring Lindsey Hunter, who is Black, over Dan Majerle as head coach in 2013. "These [n-words] need a [n-word]," Sarver told the staffer of his team, according to the executive.