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Published April 29, 2014
NBC News on its Twitter feed prior to the start of Silver’s announcement inaccurately reported Donald Sterling would receive an indefinite suspension and a $5M fine. That obviously was different from the lifetime ban and $2.5M fine that was handed down. NBC News later took down the original tweet and issued a correction with the updated info (THE DAILY).