Sarver, Suns hanging nets but not playing games

Nov 2, 2011, 7:41 PM | Updated: 9:14 pm

Today was supposed to be game one. Instead it was day one
of a community outreach initiative called “Operation
Orange Nets”.

The Suns—rather than opening the 2011-2012 season, were
at Excelencia School in Phoenix Wednesday morning to
promote active and healthy lifestyles.

“Can’t talk about the lockout. Can’t talk about the
lockout. That’s not for me to talk about,” explained
managing partner Robert Sarver. “We’re here hanging up
nets. We’re getting our brand out. We’re keeping our
brand fresh in the community.”

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Sarver, Suns hanging nets but not playing games