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Pro Basketball / The Sterling / Team Ownership Issue / A Discussion #1065951

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 30, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Brian Todd) The developments in the case of the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers owned by Donald and Shelly Sterling discussed; details given about the agreements between the Sterlings and the NBA; Sterling s lawsuit in which he is suing the NBA for a billion in damages, the issue of Donald's mental state.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and sports agent Drew Rosenhaus about the Sterlings, the NBA and the Clippers' sale. [GERAGOS - explains why Donald is suing the NBA: it is orchestrated by the Sterlings and the NBA.] [ROSENHAUS - calls the Clippers' sale price at two billion a "stunning amount" {to be paid by Steve Ballmer} and what it means for the value of other sports teams.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Todd, Brian

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