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The NBA franchise is now Steve Ballmer's.
With Donald Sterling set to fight the NBA and wife Shelly Sterling on the NBA record $2 billion sale of the Clippers to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, Sterling's mental capacity has been questioned, and recent court documents revealed by the OC Register before a hearing to make Shelly the sole trustee show a diagnosis of "cognitive impairment" for Donald, including an inability to draw the numbers on a clock face or spell "world" backward.
By now, we've learned to not assume anything in the Donald Sterling controversy.
It seems the detritus left over from Donald Sterling's tenure as owner of the Clippers still hasn't been expunged.
Just months after Forbes valued the Los Angeles Clippers at $575 million, the organization's value has reportedly quadrupled.
Sterling is on his way out the door, but he's taking a boatload of money with him.
According to reports from TMZ and ESPN.
Despite saying that LeBron James would not play if Donald Sterling still owns the Clippers, Roger Mason, Jr. didn't actually mean it.
Roger Mason, Jr. said that if both Donald and Shelly Sterling aren't out of the NBA, there will be a league-wide player boycott in 2014-15.
In an interview with Savannah Guthrie for 'Today,' Shelly Sterling says that she believes Donald Sterling has dementia.