NBA: Will Barack Obama soon own the Phoenix Suns?

Former US President Barack Obama could be part of the future ownership group of the Phoenix Suns NBA franchise.

If he has always been a big fan of the Chicago Bulls, Barack Obama, former president of the United States, would be on his way to try to acquire, along with other people, another NBA team: the Phoenix Suns.

It is in any case the bomb dropped by the American journalist Bill Simmons in his podcast, for which he received the legend of the Suns Charles Barkley.

The Suns are worth $4 million

“I heard that Obama was involved with one of the groups. I think he’s the guy who could become the current face of the franchise, and investors would be very happy to introduce him,” reporter Bill Simmons told The Podcast.

At the moment, no additional information has come to confirm this thesis and this rumor about the 44th president of the United States, who is a big fan of the NBA.

What is certain is that current owner Robert Sarver put the Suns up for sale in September. As a reminder, he was suspended for racism and harassment.

The franchise, in which Chris Paul and Devin Booker are notably evolving, is estimated at $4 million.

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