Suns’ Josh Jackson fined $20,000 after no show at autograph signing
The Phoenix Suns on Thursday fined Josh Jackson $20,000 for skipping a team-sponsored autograph signing on Wednesday, 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s John Gambadoro has learned.
The second-year forward was supposed to sign autographs at the Fry’s grocery store on 20th Street and Camelback between 6:30-7:30 p.m. but never showed up.
Fans who waited out Jackson were instead greeted by Suns interim general manager James Jones, who told people Jackson wasn’t showing up.
@Suns @BrightSideSun @SunsReddit bunch of disgruntled fans waiting for Josh Jackson who was supposed to be here at Fry’s almost an hour ago #bum pic.twitter.com/t4RUHT5wPy
— Trilll Cosby (@tommy_plurphy) February 28, 2019
Where Jackson was during his scheduled interview session is unknown, but he posted an Instagram story of him at the restaurant Fogo de Chao only a couple of hours later.
It wasn’t all bad for Suns fans, though.
Jones, a three-time NBA champion, took photos with fans and bought those who showed up for the signing beer.