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Pro Basketball / Sterling and NBA / A Discussion (Part II) #1065241

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 16, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The defiance by Los Angeles Clippers pro basketball team owner Donald Sterling, who refuses to pay a multi-million dollar fine for leaked racist comments he made, re-introduced; original audiotape of Sterling's racist comments taped by girlfriend V. Stiviano played. [In CNN interview on Monday, STERLING - says Jews help their people, but blacks do not; comments on racism and anti-Semitism.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's SUnny Hostin, Jeffrey Toobin and NBA analyst Ric Bucher† about Sterling and the NBA. [TOOBIN, HOSTIN - continue speculating about what Sterling and the NBA both want about the ownership issue and the law.] [BUCHER, TOOBIN, HOSTIN - speculate about whether the players will walk off if Sterling remains.]

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