Phoenix Suns power forward Markieff Morris had some brutally honest words for Suns fans…
The Phoenix Suns are on the outside looking in in the Western Conference playoff hunt, and it seems likely that they will be for the rest of the season since they traded away point guard Goran Dragic.
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Although the Suns are currently 10th in the West, power forward Markieff Morris expressed his disappointment with the turnout at the Suns’ home games.
“I don’t think we have a home-court advantage. It does not feel like home-court advantage,” Morris said to USA Today.
These comments came after the Suns were blown out, 101-74, at home by the San Antonio Spurs. Morris may also have a point considering the Suns rank 22nd in average total fan attendance, according to ESPN’s attendance report.
Sports Illustrated reported on Morris’ comments about the Suns fan base on Twitter.
Phoenix Suns Markieff Morris: We “expect more” from our fans http://t.co/TsYsUSa30U
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) March 1, 2015