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Pro Basketball / Owner's Racist Remarks / Baylors Interview (Part I) #1064752

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 07, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Former basketball great Elgin Baylor's interview with CNN about Los Angeles Clippers pro basketball team owner Donald Sterling introduced; details given about his basketball background, including being general manager of the Clippers and his lawsuit against Sterling for his firing. [BAYLOR - says "I did not retire".] Audiotape of Sterling's racist comments played. [In interview, Elgin and Elaine BAYLOR - says he was not surprised by Sterling's racist comments; comments on working for Sterling and on V. Stiviano; recounts what Sterling would say about the black players in the locker room; back the NBA commissioner's ban.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:20

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