LA Clippers Sale to Steve Ballmer for $2B Has Closed: NBA

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Aug. 12 (Bloomberg) — The $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to Steve Ballmer has closed, the National Basketball Association said. Trish Regan reports on “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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  1. Our court system is a joke. Did they ever consider that Sterling was a horrible victim of Elder abuse. By a person he greatly trusted and relied on, in my opinion, a street hustler hood who taped him without consent or knowledge and was probably setting him up for extortion. She said she was his right hand person and care taker and she destroyed him completely and ruined his name and reputation. She destroyed everything he worked for and ruined his life from here on by from what appears to be a illegal activity, taping there private conversation's without his consent of knowledge. Clearly he was a victim of elder abuse in many ways.

     Granted what his said in private was wrong and ugly but we still live in a country where we have freedom of Speech especially in your home or business. I hope he sue's anyone especially the NBA who was involved in taking away his property and Constitutional rights.

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