Los Angeles Clippers
In his first public comments since being banned for life from the NBA, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling apologized for racist comments captured on tape, saying they were a “terrible mistake, and I’ll never do it again.”
In the interview set to air Monday with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Sterling says he’s “not a racist,” he loves the league, his partners and believes he’s “entitled to one mistake” after more than three decades as an owner.
NBA team owners are almost unanimously supporting the NBA commissioner’s decision to ban Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life for making racist comments that hurt the league.
Saying the comments “simply have no place in the NBA,” Commissioner Adam Silver also fined Sterling $2.5 million, and recommended that Sterling sell the team. If three-fourths of NBA owners agree, Sterling will be forced to sell.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Tuesday, April 29.
Celtics broadcaster and former C’s legend Cedric Maxwell joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Felger & Massarotti program Tuesday afternoon to react to the big news surrounding the NBA.
The NBA has come down hard on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
Doc Rivers says he doesn’t want to remain with the Clippers if Donald Sterling is still around, and that puts the pressure squarely on the league office and all NBA owners to find a way to remove Sterling.
The former Celtic and NBA veteran provided some insight to what it’s like to work for Donald Sterling Tuesday morning on Toucher & Rich, as well as if the Clippers form of protest is enough.
The Clippers displayed unity and symbolism when they turned their warm up jerseys inside out in protest of the racially insensitive remarks by their owner, but some felt like they could have done more.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Monday, April 28.
Doc Rivers knew exactly what he bargained for when he agreed to take the Clippers coaching job.