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Pro Basketball / Owner's Racist Remarks / NBA Ban / A Discussion #1064445

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 01, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The meeting by NBA owners about Los Angeles Clippers pro basketball team after owner Donald Sterling, who was banned for life after his racist remarks went public, was banned by the commissioner updated. Live in-studio discussion held with CNN's criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and former prosecutor Sunny Hostin about Sterling. [GERAGOS - suggests the NBA could face formidable obstacles in terminating the Sterling family ownership; calls V. Stiviano an L.A. character.] [HOSTIN - comments on women who sleep with other women's men.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(New York: Randi Kaye) Questionable actions by NBA owners and players examined; details given about the comments from Orlando Magic owner Rich Devos about AIDS in 2009 and on same-sex marriage examined. [DEVOS - says AIDS is a disease people get from their actions; offers views on gays.] [ESPN writer L.Z. GRANDERSON†- offers views on owners' comments.] [Former Knicks head coach Isiah THOMAS†- denies allegations.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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