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Politicians, NBPA Members Voice Support Of Sterling Discipline
Published April 29, 2014
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Mason noted the union is happy with the decision, but would like a timetable for when Sterling will be forced to sell the team. The NBPA felt that anything less than a lifetime ban would not have been a strong enough penalty. Acting NBPA Exec Dir Ron Klempner said, “We’re going to have a call with our Exec Committee at any minute.”
Meanwhile, the Clippers' website today redirected users to a mostly blank page with a gray background that showed the team logo and the simple phrase, "We Are One."