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Pro Basketball / Owner's Racist Remarks / CNN Interviews (Part I) #1065257

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 13, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The background to the CNN interview with Los Angeles Clippers basketball team owner Donald Sterling, who made racist remarks taped by girlfriend V. Stiviano that led to the NBA banning Sterling, presented; leaked audiotape with girlfriend V. Stiviano about former player Magic Johnson played. [In interview last night, STERLING - criticizes Johnson, who had AIDS, who should not be an example to children; asks what "big Magic Johnson" done for the black people.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN exclusive interview held with Johnson. [JOHNSON - reacts to the first Sterling audiotape; states he never met V. Stiviano; recounts what Sterling asked him in a phone call: to go on his interview with Barbara Walters; asserts Sterling did not apologize to him: it's sad.]

Cooper, Anderson

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