Force Robert Sarver to sell the Phoenix Suns.

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Problem
From their inception in 1968, through 2010, the Phoenix Suns were one of the NBA's model franchises. The Suns were typically among contenders for the NBA championship. In their history, the Suns have won 7 division titles, and played in the NBA Finals twice. Despite not winning a championship, until recently, the Suns had the fourth highest winning percentage in NBA history.
Since buying the Suns in 2004, Robert Sarver has done nothing but run the once proud franchise into the ground. Early in his tenure, multiple draft picks were sold to the highest bidder. Despite Sarver's mismanagement, the Suns were competitive, thanks to the players he inherited.
Important front office personnel such as Bryan Colangelo, Rick Welts, Mike D'Antoni, Steve Kerr, and David Griffin were run off due to Sarver's mettlesome nature. Incompetent yes men, such as Jason Rowley, Lon Babby, Lance Blanks, Ryan McDonough, and James Jones were brought in as replacements.
The last three years have been rock bottom for the team. The Suns have not won more than 24 games in any of the last three seasons, and currently are on pace for an all time franchise worst 11-71 season.
Now, Sarver wants the City of Phoenix to finance millions of dollars in arena renovations, or else he has threatened to move the team. Suns fans and residents of the Valley of the Sun have had enough of Sarver's incompetence.

Solution
In 2015, Adam Silver intervened in Philadelphia Seventy-Sixers three year tank-a-thon (now known as "The Process"). Fellow owners complained that the Sixers three year run of awful basketball was a drain on league revenue, and Silver forced the team to hire Jerry Colangelo to help turn around the fate of the franchise.
Surely, the Suns' ongoing nine year run without even sniffing the playoffs has to be a worse situation than the Sixers had.
The only solution is for Mr. Silver to force Robert Sarver to sell the team to an owner who wants to invest in the franchise and is interested in putting together a basketball team that can compete in the NBA

Personal story
I am a lifelong Suns fan and former season ticket holder. My first memories are attending games at the Madhouse on McDowell. Every day I lament what Robert Sarver has done to my beloved Phoenix Suns.