By now, it feels as if everybody has given their two cents on the punishment Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver received.
From LeBron James to the mayor of Phoenix, no shortage of opinions has been found after the NBA levied a $10 million fine and one year suspension to Sarver following an investigation into allegations surrounding racism and sexism with the owner.
Over 300 people were interviewed. Over 80,000 documents were read over. Still, many people were disappointed with the outcome.
You can count Golden State Warriors PF Draymond Green as one of those people, as he opened up on his own podcast about the league's decision with Sarver.
Draymond Green Sounds off on Suns Owner Robert Sarver
"It's a little baffling to me that we'll walk into the arena next year, the Phoenix Suns will walk into the arena next year, he'll sit on the sideline and we'll just continue on playing," said Green.
"So the one thing that I am going to need is someone to explain to me why is it that it was OK to get rid of [Donald] Sterling, but it's not possible to force Robert Sarver to sell after what we read?
"... I'm asking that there be a vote. If that's the only way, then let's see what those numbers are. Let's see what they are."
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