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Baylor Accuses Sterling, Clippers Of Racist Behavior In Lawsuit
Published February 12, 2009
|Baylor (r) Contends Sterling (l) Had A Pervasive
And Ongoing Racist Attitude
MORE ALLEGATIONS: In L.A., Ramona Shelburne notes the lawsuit alleges Baylor was "grossly underpaid during his tenure with the Clippers, never earning more than $350,000 per year, when compared with the compensation scheme for general managers employed by every other team in the NBA." Sterling "expressed surprise and disappointment when informed of the lawsuit." Sterling: "I can't imagine because Elgin has always been very, very close to me. He's a fabulous person. I think there's some mistake" (L.A. DAILY NEWS, 2/12).