Stephen Curry spoke with commissioner Adam Silver privately after Robert Sarver's punishment

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Stephen Curry said that he spoke privately with NBA commissioner Adam Silver regarding Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver in recent weeks.

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Silver announced earlier this month that the NBA was fining Sarver $10 million and suspending him for one year after their investigation into his workplace misconduct. 

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Among other things, the league found that Sarver used the N-word repeatedly, made inappropriate sexual and vulgar jokes and demeaned female employees.

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Sarver has since announced that he is going to sell the Suns and Mercury.

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Draymond Green: ‘It's a 100% fireable offense’

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Warriors veteran Draymond Green was one of the players in the league who called for action in the wake of Sarver’s punishment.

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Green, shortly after the initial punishment was announced, called for a formal vote of the NBA Board of Governors to remove Sarver as an owner. 

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While that didn’t happen, it would have taken 75% of that board to officially remove Sarver.

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Now, even after the plans to sell the team, Green stands by his call. In his eyes, a vote absolutely should have occurred.

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