Donald Sterling Racist Comments Fiasco: Updates/Analysis (P. 25)

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...and honestly,you don't know he isn't doing just that.

I would think though his 2 billion from the sales would help him accomplish his goal of world domination. Guess 2 billion doesn't buy as many minions as it used to.

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There's quite a difference between Ernst Blofeld watching a countdown to the annihilation of the world at his own design and a pathetic old man who can't even spell the word "world" backwards or draw a clock...

"A third doctor, Meril S. Platzer, said during her examination Sterling was unable to spell the word "world'' backwards in tests with doctors. He was unaware of the season, couldn't recall two objects after three minutes and had difficulty initially drawing a clock."

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You're right that I don't KNOW that he's not a James Bond villain, but I suspect it's a little more like this...

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I don't see Sterling as a Bond villain. Bond villains have a plan they are meticulously working toward. Bond villains employ thousands of engineers and accountants that they have somehow convinced to toil on the dark side in pursuit of some grand gain. At the end of the day, like Goldfinger, they all want even more money and greater power. They are rational adults as compared to Sterling.

Sterling will burn his money and leave this world penniless to get what he wants. Sterling is more the spoiled little child who, if he can't have his toys, will smash them to bits. He is going to make the biggest scene he can. I have a friend who grew up with a fabulously wealthy father. They had a walk-in humidor in the house with thousands of expensive cigars inside. When he hit 75, his doctor convinced him not to smoke any more. His adult sons loved and smoked cigars. Instead of giving them away, the old man turned off the humidor so they would all spoil and no one could have them.

This is Sterling. Ultimately, he won't be successful, but he may be able to drag this out far longer than anyone would want and to the extreme detriment of the NBA, the Clippers and Clipper fans. He is a serious threat even if he can't spell Otto backward. He doesn't care about you, me, his legacy, the future of the Clippers or anything. If he can manage to turn off the humidor he will do it, or die trying.

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^ The difference is, the other 29 NBA owners are NOT Sterling's children OR his cigars. They will fight back... and they will win. This motherf*cker's life-partner of 50 years is in their corner!

A senile and bitter old fart will not bring down the NBA... not even close. He's just being financially date-raped by his attorneys.

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Clippers owner Donald Sterling has hired four firms to dig up embarrassing information about NBA executives and fellow team owners, according to a person familiar with the latest escalation in Sterling's seven-week battle to maintain control of his team.

Sterling's confidant claims the firms already have uncovered allegations of racial discrimination by NBA officials that are as bad as comments Sterling made suggesting he did not want to see blacks at Clippers games. The Sterling ally, who declined to be named when discussing Donald's legal strategy, said he was not ready to reveal the early findings.

http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-ste ... story.html

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Of course Sterling's confidant will say they've discovered allegations of racial discrimination. He wants to spin things as much as possible in Sterling's favor.

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I think it is time to call Don Corleone. Enough of this. The horse's head should do it.

BTW...this is hindsight; I didn't see it... They should have had that meeting and stripped him of the team. Now the ball is in his court until they make that move.

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Exactly. Even if true, Sterling's fate is still sealed. Unless those owners are taped, it's all hearsay.

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The whole thing with the PI's is just a PR campaign. First, all the sudden Sterling is using unnamed sources? His attorneys and Sterling himself have had no problem making public comments. Second, yesterday the unnamed source says they hired the firms, today they announce they have already found "dirt." In one day? Seems to me that they want to drop mini bombshells everyday to gather support for Sterling. And finally a good PI firm gets 500 to 1000 dollars an hour. He hired 4 firms at 50k each according to source. So each firm would have 50 to 100 hours to dig up dirt on 29 current owners, all the past owners, David Stern, Adam Silver and the entire NBA. That's investigating, interviews, travel. Seems unlikely.

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So what crazy shi# will Don do today,or do we get the weekend off?

I like the humidor story,much like the way my father acted in the end.

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OH, NO! "Allegations"..? well, it's all over then!

You do realize that those same investigators could spend a couple of hours here on CTB and uncover plenty of "allegations" that you're just a trolling laker fan, right?

Does that make it true?

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At the end of the day, I don't believe Sterling will bring the NBA down. He will ultimately lose. Guys like him always lose because they make too many enemies, too much power lines up against them, and their quest becomes irrational or impossible.

At the same time, I don't think he's getting date raped by greedy attorneys. Sterling is the eye of his own storm and always has been. He is operating now exactly as he has in the past, except the stakes are even higher and he has grown more desperate. But his MO is the same. Spend money on lawyers rather than on the people who deserve to be taken care of. Just win baby, which he heard from his friend and fellow a*****, Al Davis.

The point is not the long run, Sterling will lose there. But, in the short term guys like him can wreak a lot of havoc and hurt a lot of people. Can he hang on a year or two? We will certainly see. Even if he only makes it to the start of next season, the ramifications will be enormous. Will Clipper players play for him. Will a key free agent come here? Will opponents go on strike every time they are scheduled to play the Clippers? Will the winning spirit we have been building be lost? Doc got them to set the Sterling fiasco aside during the playoffs, but it they are dealing with it at the start of the season, it will be a completely different matter.

What might Sterling's people find out about other owners? Sure, they are lined up against him and they will fight, but Sterling is willing to hit below the belt. He knows how to use the court system.

Like everyone else here, I hope he just goes away or is quickly forced out. However, there is a real possibility that neither of those two possibilities will take place. It could very well be a long, ugly war. It will end with Sterling's ouster or death, whichever comes first, but between now and then a lot of harm can be done.

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It's a 2billion dollar sale, done deal. I don't understand why Silver insists to keep the foot on his neck. He should have at least agreed to cancel the 2.5mil fine. Give him something to go away. 2million out of 2billion is literally nothing. It's nothing to all parties involved, but Sterling and Silver are making it into an argument about principal.

Ballmer eats it, the NBA eats it, whatever. Anyway, after he sold the team, how are they going to chase him to pay the fine?

I honestly don't even care if they let him go to games and sit in a luxury box. He shows his face at Staples at his own risk and once he is no longer the owner, his only protection would be his personal body guards. Doubtful he'd even want to go to a game after the city rejoices in his ouster. Anyway, how much longer will he be walking around above ground?

The franchise and the league are infinitely more important than a 2mil dollar fine or not allowing a decrepit old man go to a game. They already got what they and we all wanted, Sterling out as owner. Who cares about these other punishments and why allow them to turn this into an extended cluster*ck when it doesn't have to.

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How Rochelle Sterling Got Donald Sterling's Medical Records To Claim Control Of The Clippers

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http://www.forbes.com/sites/nathanvardi ... -clippers/

Very interesting and very sneaky on the part of Shelly.

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This is my humble opinion and please don't hate me for saying this, but in using the ILLEGALLY taped recording NBA did indeed violate Donald Sterling's constitutional rights that protect him from illegal search and seizure, secondly his remarks were made simply out of jealousy that Magic went with his girlfriend to the game and THAT is why he was mad. I can't believe everyone is crying wolf on his remarks but nobody stops to think of how they were acquired. It still baffles me, because I came to this Awesome country 8 years ago fell in love with the nba in half that, and while everyone is making a HUGE deal out of this and I didn't even find out till I was a heavy duty fan about the O'Donnely saga. ARE YOU F***ING KIDDING ME?

This is nothing compared to those refs that called everything against players they didn't like some of which were based on race such as Allen Iverson in his Denver days. Those crooks literally decided the fate of so many players i.e teams, and you're gonna sit here with a straight face and tell me that an 80 year old man in the comforts of his home is not allowed to tell his gf not to bring other guys and rub it in his face at HIS team's games?

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I didn't, don't, and won't ever like Donald Sterling, but what is happening to him isn't just or fair in my opinion.

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Actually under the constitution, People have to abide under any rules or constitutions for any fraternity or league they are apart of. All Owners actually being an owner is privilege and can be taken away. They all know the rules and signed on them. They have to abide by them. Plus, its not the League went and dug up dirt on Donald. Hell, half of the dirt was already there , the league just brushed it under the rug. As far as the recordings. Yea he said it in the comfort of his own home. But once it was made public , it became just that -- public. The whole world knew about it. The entire world was then looking at the NBA for action. Once it was public, it was out there. All the other dirt that was under the rug people started noticing. Once it was made public there was nothing Donald, Miss V, Shelly, or the Clippers/NBA could do about it becoming public. Then we had to act appropriately. That kind of action isn't tolerable in this League. We just assured it was him on the recordings and took further actions. We didn't invade his privacy at all. His Privacy was made public. We invaded what was now public -- that is not an invasion on anything.

This is similar to a sex tape in a way that wasn't supposed to be leaked. A woman/man works for a company. They make a sex tape in the privacy of their own home. Someway their computer was hacked and it got leaked. Well Hell. Now it is public and their company knows about it and has seen it. The company sees this action as intolerable and fires the man. Of course everyone has sex. Maybe they make tapes. Once they got leaked there is nothing to about it. This company cannot and does not want to be known as the company with the Pornstar Employee.

Similar to the NBA. Everyone has their prejudices , but when they become public is where the issue appears. The NBA also does not want to be know as the League with the Racist Owner.

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That's plain wrong. The Tranny was the one who violated Sterling's STATE's rights, not constitutional right. Illegal search and seizure (4th amendment) was created to keep Government from violating your rights in terms of property and liberty. The NBA used DTS' own words which were made public...PUBLIC by someone else. Now, whether illegal or not, the exposure of said words hurt the NBA brand. In in my opinion, keeping a racist as part of the NBA would lead to more backlash. The NBA has every right to protect it's brand, and that is what they're doing. Sterling, just like all the other owners, signed a document with by-laws that they had to abide by. That signed document trumps any local law.

This isn't something new. People get fired all the time for doing things outside of work that comes back to haunt them. Be it a viral video, or some other media, if your corporation finds out about it, they can and do get them fired. There is nothing you can do about that. Companies protect their brand and if they feel anyone is hurting it, they'll fire that person.

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Regarding the illegal recording: For someone who likes to file lawsuits, note who Mr. Sterling hasn't sued. Did not press charges against Ms. Stivano for the recording. Did not sue TMZ for the public broadcast. His claims that it was illegally recorded would help if he actually pressed charges and sued for the broadcast. (Please correct me if he has pressed charges or sued.)

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Clipper*Joe,

We Agree occasion5

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Seriously, I think all these Sterling lawsuits are his lawyers taking advantage of his alzheimers state to suck as much money from him while he's still in the spotlight. It's pretty sad and pathetic that they would take advantage of an 80 year old man like this, but I guess the Donald has built up such a large plot of bad karma, that this was inevitable.

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"Freedom of Speech" protects you from the government throwing you in jail for written or verbal words, with some exceptions -- like yelling "Fire" in a crowded theater, threatening to kill someone, et. al. It does not protect you from the non-governmental consequences (being fired, thrown out of a club, losing your girlfriend, etc.) of that speech. It is quite simple.

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Sterling does not have Alzheimers. That was Shelly Sterling's Plan B when Sterling changed his mind about letting her sell the team. She has two doctors that have certified him as incompetent to be chief administrator of the team. That was a setup, the doctors were Shelly's hires, and Sterling can battle that in court for years. He will hire his own doctors if need be.

We've heard the tapes. Sterling is a racist a-hole, a fool, a prick, a cheapskate, a vindictive bastard, an immature little brat. You name it, he's it. But he's not mentally incompetent. And the NBA still hasn't voted him out. He outsmarted them on that one. How incompetent is he really?

This will not go away quickly.

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Shelly made mention of his Alzheimer's symptoms (early stages) days after the story broke and just before Sterling went on CNN with Anderson Cooper. The Tranny also said that the tapes where DTS' idea because he tends to forget what he says. Now, I ain't the sharpest tool in the shed but DTS hasn't denied the Tranny's story and hasn't filed a suit so I am guessing their is truth in that. You couple that with Sterling changing his mind every time he wakes up about selling the team, it all makes sense. I don't believe Shelly set him up, I believe she was sneaky in getting doctors to confirm his mental instability without him knowing what he true intentions were. Of course they were Shelly's pick of doctors but that doesn't mean their was any impropriety going on.

You do NOT know if Sterling is mentally competent or not...You are not a doctor. Shelly is on record about Donald's mental instability before "plan B" was ever conjured up. Before the DTS agreed to sell the team. In fact, she used his mental instability to defend him when the story broke.

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Shelly Sterling seeks protection for witnesses in trial

Shelly Sterling's attorneys will ask a judge Thursday to order Donald Sterling and his attorneys to stop threatening, harassing or intimidating his wife's legal team and the doctors who determined the Los Angeles Clippers' co-owner was mentally incapacitated.

A person with knowledge of the legal proceedings told The Associated Press that the urgent request seeks protections for witnesses including three doctors who could testify in next month's scheduled trial to determine if Shelly Sterling can sell the Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.

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Shelly hired her doctors. Sterling has hired, or will hire his. Getting a person declared mentally incapacitated used to be a relatively easy thing back in the 60's. The problem was the institutions many of them were sent to were discovered to be hell holes and, more important in this case, a lot of times these people were declared as mentally incompetent for the financial gain of others.

As a result, new laws were passed and new standards were enacted, making mental incapacity a much higher burden to prove. Patient's rights are being protected now, which is one of the reasons why we see so many schizophrenics are out on the streets and why many dangerous people can be put only on 72-hour holds before being released.

I don't believe trying to prove Sterling's mental incapacity is going to bear fruit. He will fight that just like he fights everything else and, in this case, the odds and standards of proof are in his favor. Sterling will get ten doctors to say he is mentally competent to counter Shelley's two or three and what will the judge do? He'll listen to the experts.

In the meantime, Sterling has already prolonged this longer than anyone thought. He got Silver to drop the owner's vote. You think he's just a doddering old man who keeps changing his mind? Perhaps. But it sounds more to me like he is working with a team of lawyers who will try to win this at any cost and have so far outsmarted Silver and the NBA. This despite the fact that he has a lousy hand.

What happened to the NBA owners voting him out? By pretending to go along, Stelring bought time which he is using to organize. When are the owners scheduled to vote again? Now Sterling has a team investigating them.

He won round one, getting the owner's vote suspended. I believe he will win round two and be declared mentally competent to run his own business. Will he win round three, getting information on other owners, making them back off for fear of what might be revealed?

Don't underestimated Sterling's capacity to be a huge problem for all who touch him. You think he's going down easily? Don't count on it.

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I think you're mixing 2 different things here. Sterling isn't being committed to a institution. What you're talking about is not what is happening here. Alzheimer disease is not considered a form of "mental illness" in the tradition sense.

Anyway, the trust talks about not being mentally fit to control the team. And if such a case were to occur, there are ways to remove him. By the way, I assume Sterling himself either agreed to it, or helped write it in.

Now, the probate court, from my understanding, is not looking to see if the doctors pass the smell test, they're going to see if Shelly went through proper protocol in taking control of the trust. By all accounts, she did exactly as she was supposed to. The court is really not looking at Sterling's health, just looking at the way she went about it. That's it. And if she followed proper protocol, then I assume the sale can go through. Sterling can then sue Shelly about the doctor's opinions but the sale will go through. It's not about proving Sterling's health in probate court, it's about procedure.

Sterling hasn't won round one, he's drowning and doesn't even know it. staying afloat on a driftwood deep at sea isn't winning. Sterling is still banned for life and that isn't going to change. He won round one when Doc just became president isn't a sign that he has won anything. It shows that the coach and players know the end result. Whether it's in a week, month, or year from now. he still might have title as owner, but he isn't the owner of the Clippers anymore. That's what really counts. The sideshow is just that...A side show. The circus isn't here permanently, just a matter of time before it's gone.

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Joe, understand what you are saying. We all want the same thing; Sterling long gone.

A couple problems exist. The first is that he hasn't yet been banned for life because the vote hasn't been taken. I think Sterling figured out how to put that off and outsmarted Silver, buying himself some time in what he hopes will be a protracted fight. Others may think its about an old man who can't make up his mind. Whatever the case, that was a win for Sterling in what has obviously been a series of huge losses. But its not over.

Then you said, "whether it's a week, a month or a year from now. He still might have the title of owner, but he isn't the owner of the Clippers any more."

Well, I totally agree with you there. But if it is a year from now, with lawsuits flying and Sterling investigating other owners, etc It's going to be unfortunate for this team and hard for us to move forward until it is completely resolved.

All I am saying is that Sterling still has lots of cards to play and his removal, however likely, is not an absolute certainty. I think the guy is willing to blackmail other owners, Silver and anyone else he has to He will burn the house down if he can and that makes him a threat to this team going forward.

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Wow, Sterling is so stupid beyond belief. If he really threatened her lawyers and doctors, he's out of this solar system. He may have actually had a case in this if he had just kept his mouth shut. Nope, he just has to dig his hole deeper.

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Silver gave him the benefit of the doubt. Nothing has changed other than the date of the vote. The team is going to be sold either by Shelly, or the league taking the team away and selling it on his behalf. As you can see by the new developments (threats by DTS- on phone), things are looking a lot bleaker for the guy wanting to burn down the house. This is going to be done sooner rather than later.

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Should have taken the stupid effing vote. HEY DON,I AM GOING TO TAKE YOU OUT! Let's see if I get sued.

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Now Sterling got caught again calling doctors tramps lol

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Dude is really fvcking himself

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Silver gave him the benefit of the doubt. There is no doubt with Sterling Get the owners together immediately. Conduct the vote by phone if you have to, but get it done.

Sterling is a billionaire. He didn't get that money by being stupid, or being addled or not being all in for himself. He is rich beyond belief because he loves one thing above all else. Himself.

The more time he has, the more angles he will play and the longer he will last.

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How the F*** does that incriminate him? 1st of all he's right about her not asking his permission to release his PERSONAL medical records to a rival lawyer without at least a subpoena, and then if he has witnesses that say that she did not examine him then I really don't see how his rage isn't justified...

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Why couldn't Adam silver just pay some fixers...would make life so much easier!

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What is this? Watch Dogs? Lol

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Actually, he was banned for life. Adam Silver already did that. The vote was to force him to sell the team.

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It doesn't incriminate him per se, but it does paint him as not a racist, but a misogynist on those tapes. You are also wrong about using a subpoena to get his medical records. The Doctors conducted tests on site with his consent, not take his medical records. When DTS allowed the doctors to run tests on him, he gave permission. It's as simple as that.

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Yup. It's actually not that different to an NBA player undergoing a physical before being given a new contract. By consenting to the physical, he is by definition absolving the Doctor of any wrongdoing in reporting his or her findings to the team in question.

Now he may claim that Shelly tricked him into agreeing to be tested, but that would be tough to prove in court, particularly when it was reported that upon being asked by one of the Doctors if he knew why he was being examined, his reply was: "I think so".

Like I said before, this is different to any legal fight that Sterling has ever encountered as his wife is the ultimate "enemy within", actively fighting alongside his adversary. His "going rogue" and breaking the cardinal rule of litigation - no direct contact between plaintiff, defendant and witnesses without legal representation - just indicates to me that his emotions are ruling what was once a formidable legal brain.

He may have gotten lucky with the judge not considering these voicemails threatening enough to warrant action, but he certainly didn't enhance his case by leaving them. The pattern with Donald these days appears to be: give him enough rope and he'll hang himself.

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Hindsight 2.0: Silver should never have trusted Sterling (funny Sterling-Silver) and taken the team from him when he had the chance. They should do it ASAP and sell to Ballmer.

Rep to Sam Mays. That is it in a nutshell.

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If anyone doubts that they just need to pick up a newspaper before this happened and read all the awards Sterling gets by buying them for himself with his charities. Never seen one person run so many full page ads about themselves.

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Well, if DTS gets his way, we can forget about getting any decent free agent. Nobody is going to come here with this drama lasting well into free agency.

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JQuick32 wrote:

Well, if DTS gets his way, we can forget about getting any decent free agent. Nobody is going to come here with this drama lasting well into free agency.

It's already doing damage. Lue and Gentry accepting jobs that are essentially in the same role with other teams. I think this has taken a toll on the team, I hate to be "that guy" who says something evil but I hope someone stabs Donald Sterling and ends this.

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Man I always have hated that mf-er but now he is making me quit the NBA too. Eff you Sterling............. (too harsh?). My next payment is the 15th,I have to bail by then or commit.

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Which mean they can vote in the new owner and all is well.

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Enough is enough. Silver and the owners need to vote him out ASAP!

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I hope Adam Silver re-instates the governors' votes ASAP. This latest legal maneuvering by DTS is detrimental to the team's free agency period. Balmer needs to be voted in as owner before we get more bad news. Ugh.

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