Phoenix is on the brink of a riot and a riot is coming.
The Phoenix Sports Bar and Grill has a sign up on its window that reads: “No riot, No riot, Just Good Times!” and the restaurant is filled with signs reading “Good Times, Good Times, GOOD TIMES!”
The restaurant’s sign also says, “Phoenix riot.”
Phoenix sports bars have been closed for more than a week due to the riot and the city has been bracing for an all-out riot.
Phoenix police have been putting up barricades in the area around the stadium and police vehicles are parked in front of the Phoenix Convention Center.
People are running out of things to do and many are having trouble finding places to eat, Phoenix police Sgt. Steve Smith told Fox News.
People can go to the Phoenix Marriott Marquis Phoenix Convention Centre or the Phoenix Fairgrounds downtown.
The hotel itself is closed, but it will be reopened on Thursday night.
Phoenix sports bar owner Paul Lavery told Fox Sports he thinks the city will take “all necessary actions to protect our businesses.”
The National Basketball Association (NBA) is on a break from all games for the next month, but there is no ban on the Phoenix Suns or the Arizona Coyotes playing in the next few weeks.
A ban will be in place for the rest of the NBA season.
The league will also keep its meetings in Phoenix and have a “working group” to find ways to keep the city safe.
The group will be made up of teams that have been in the city for a while.
In addition to the Suns, the Coyotes and Phoenix Suns, there are the Phoenix Coyotes, the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Phoenix SkyDome and the Phoenix Mercury.
The NBA has scheduled a game between the Phoenix Diamondbacks and the New York Knicks in Phoenix on July 17.