Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling (center) has been banned by the NBA; he is seen here watching a Clippers game with V. Stiviano in 2011. Danny Moloshok/AP hide caption

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What About Donald Sterling's Right To Privacy?

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V. Stiviano 'Thunderously Unintelligent' In Sterling Scandal?

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Actress Meagan Good and actor Chris Brown present an award during the 37th Annual NAACP Image Awards on Feb. 25, 2006 Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Would The NAACP Honor Donald Sterling Anyway?

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Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling attends the NBA playoff game between the Clippers and the Golden State Warriors on April 21. Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announces a lifetime ban and a $2.5 million fine for Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling Tuesday. Silver said the league verified an audio recording of Sterling making racist remarks. Elsa/Getty Images hide caption

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US High School Graduation Rate Hits All-Time High, Per Report

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Cheng Chui Ping, also known as "Sister Ping," died last Thursday. She portrayed herself as a clothing shop owner, but government investigators said her main business was smuggling Chinese immigrants into the U.S. Getty Images hide caption

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NBA To Address Racial Rant Allegedly Made By Clippers Owner

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LeBron James of the Miami Heat wears black socks to protest Clippers owner Donald Sterling during the Heat's playoff game Monday against the Charlotte Bobcats. Stars throughout the NBA have offered bitter rebukes of Sterling. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images hide caption

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Sterling's Tarnished History Of Alleged Discrimination

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In a protest against comments attributed to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, the team's players wore their red warm-up shirts inside out to hide the team's logo. The NBA is still working to confirm Sterling made the controversial statements. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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Former Clipper On Sterling: 'He's Always Had A Bully Mentality'

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NBA Weighs Penalties After Sterling's Alleged Race Remarks Surface

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South Sudan: History Was Always Against Us

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