Magic Johnson on Tuesday responded to Donald Sterling's comments slamming the Hall of Famer, telling CNN and TMZ that the whole situation is "sad" and that the banned Los Angeles Clippers owner is directing his anger at the wrong person.
Banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling says Magic Johnson isn't a good role model for the children of Los Angeles, making the comments to CNN in the same interview where he also asks for forgiveness for the racist comments he made.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban believes the NBA would be a better league without Donald Sterling in it, but Cuban called the potential scenario of forcing the Los Angeles Clippers owner to sell the team "a slippery slope."
The Chumash Casino, the presenting sponsor of the Los Angeles Clippers, jumped ship Monday along with CarMax and Virgin America as advertisers pondered their partnerships with the team in the wake of racist remarks allegedly made by owner Donald Sterling.
Suggesting racism may be behind Kobe Bryant's prosecution on a sexual assault charge, defense attorneys asked a judge Monday to help them find out whether sheriff's deputies and prosecution employees ordered T-shirts depicting the NBA star being hanged.