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#HeadlineNews: Donald Sterling Comments lead to Clippers Protest
by SharmonJarmon!,posted Apr 28 2014 5:49AM
In case you missed the drama this weekend, this year's NBA Playoffs having taken a turn down civil rights road.
The LA Clippers organization and its owner, Donald Sterling, are now on notice that the purported
recording of him making racist comments to his mixed-race girlfriend, V. Stiviano, are in fact legitimate
and roughly one hour in length. This info comes from the attorneys for Stiviano.
Mac E. Nehoray — of the Nehoray Legal Group — has issued a statement saying:
“My firm represents Ms. V Stiviano who is a named defendant in a civil action brought by Rochelle H. Sterling
in the Central Civil Superior Court, County of Los Angeles.”
“This office understands that the currently released audio tape of approximately 15 minutes is a portion of approximately one
(1) hour of overall audio recording of Mr. Donald T. Sterling and Ms. Stiviano, and is in fact legitimate.” “Ms. Stiviano did not release the tape(s) to any news media.”
“Due to the present litigation and its absurd allegations, which Ms. Stiviano vehemently denies, Ms.
Stiviano and this office have no comments at this time.”
The Clippers gathered at center court before a 118-97 Game 4 loss in their first-round series against
the Golden State Warriors and took off their Clippers warm-up shirts and left them there. They then warmed
up wearing inside-out red shooting shirts that did not display the Clippers name or logo. During the game, players
wore black arm or wrist bands and black socks.
River said he wasn't on-board with the black socks protest, but said he was aware of it and was fine with his
players taking the stand.
"I knew about it. I didn't voice my opinion," Rivers said after the game. "I wasn't thrilled about it, to be honest.But if that's what they want to do, that's what they want to do."
During a 45-minute team meeting on Saturday, Clippers player voiced their anger about the tape and
discussed various options of protest, including boycotting the game.
"[We] talked as a team about everything," Chris Paul told ESPN. "Tried to keep internal, everything we decided to do
has been together as a team."
In the Clippers' locker room before the game, "We are one" was written on the dry-erase board, which
was the message players and coaches talked about before taking the court.
"We're going to be one, everything we do, we do it together," Paul said. "Stay together, play ball, we worked hard
to be where we are, can't imagine going through this with anyone leading us other than Doc."
Check out what Magic Johnson has to say about the comments: