Well, as expected, Donald Sterling isn't going away. According to espn, he's already hired a lot of private investigators to dig up dirt on not only David Stern and Adam Silver, but he wants to dig up dirt on the other 29 owners in the nba to prove that he's not the only one with things to hide.
And, he plans on fighting his own wife Shelley Sterling in court, as he claims that she had no authority to sell the clippers. Here's a link to know more.
http://espn.go.com/los-angeles/nba/stor … ms-dig-nba
What are your thoughts on this? Do you think Sterling should just...GO AWAY, and leave quietly? Or do you think he should fight this? Please discuss.
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