Skip to comments.Sterling pulls support of Clippers sale [$1 Billion Lawsuit Back On]
Posted on 06/10/2014 5:37:29 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
The deal is off. The suit is on.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is withdrawing his support for the sale of his team and is asking his lawyer to go ahead with a $1 billion lawsuit against the NBA.
"From the onset, I did not want to sell the Los Angeles Clippers. I have worked for 33 years to build the Team," Sterling said in a statement, forwarded to CNN by his lawyer Max Blecher.
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If the NBA threw out everyone who made a racist statement there would be few left.
I thought I read that his wife had him declared incompetent and he lost his ability to constest the sell.
The next case we saw was an old sheriff overhead in a restaurant saying the n word. Something a bazillion people have said over time.
When is someone going to lose it all because he said whitey??
First of all, according to Obama, YOU DIDN'T BUILD THAT.
Second of all, regarding all your stupid racist statements, according to Obama, YOU DIDN'T SAY THAT.
Third, looking back on the record of the past 33 years of the Clippers, if I were you, I would agree with Obama.
Good for him. We can’t let this idea of being able to force somebody to sell his stuff, as an end in itself, take root. I don’t care what the contract says or what’s “good for the league” or any of that.
I agree. Its his to sell, not anyone elses. I would sue everybody in sight, and then own the NBA.
The man just used his God given rights of FREE speech the PC crown want to profit from. Who are the NBA to tell what we can say or not. Sterling sue the HELL out of these Clymers, “big-time.” We don’t need any stinking Thought-Police!!!
“If the NBA threw out everyone who made a racist statement there would be few left.”
Including the players! Mostly including the players.
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