Obama Gives a Shout Out to 'Los Suns,' Coach Phil Jackson Not so Much
The Phoenix Suns last night won their second game of the Western Conference semifinal series. The 110 to 102 win over the San Antonio Spurs only added to the attention the Arizona team has been receiving as of late. On Tuesday, it was announced that players would wear "Los Suns" jerseys in protest of the state's controversial immigration law for their Cinco de Mayo game.
The move even got the attention of President Barack Obama, who has come out against Arizona's law. "I know that a lot of you would rather be watching tonight's game—the Spurs against 'Los Suns' from Phoenix," he said in his Cinco de Mayo address.