Bank hired to assist sale of Los Angeles Clippers
LOS ANGELES, CA - Donald Sterling has decided not to challenge his lifetime ban from the NBA.
He hired Bank of America to help his wife Shelly Sterling sale the Los Angeles Clippers. Donald Sterling signed the team over to his wife just last week.
Sterling was kicked out of the league after a recording of racist remarks he made surfaced. It involved a conversation between Sterling and his ex-mistress.
He originally planned to fight the ban, but instead has agreed to allow the sale to happen.
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