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Pro Basketball / Los Angeles Clippers #1126259

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 06, 2014
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(Studio: Ana Cabrera) Report introduced.

(No location given: Alexandra Field) The legal battle between Donald Sterling and Shelly Sterling over the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team examined; details given about Shelly’s takeover of the family trust and her decision to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. [CNN legal analyst Joey JACKSON†- wonders if Shelly followed the proper procedures to remove Donald from the trust.] [Sports business analyst Rick HORROW†- explains why the NBA wants this to be done.]

(Studio: Ana Cabrera, Alexandra Field) What happens if the issue of Donald’s mental health is not resolved by Ballmer’s deadline discussed.

(Studio: Ana Cabrera) Live discussion held with CNN sports commentator Terence Moore† and criminal defense attorney Brian Claypool† about the battle between the Sterlings. [CLAYPOOL, MOORE – comment on the filing of a notice of removal by Donald’s lawyers to remove the case into federal court and the power of the NBA.]

Reporter(s):
Cabrera, Ana;
Field, Alexandra;
Alexandra, Ana Cabrera,
Duration:
00:07:00

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