The Los Angeles Clippers played the Golden State Warriors in game four with heavy hearts following the alleged racist remarks of owner Donald Sterling. Now the series heads back to Los Angeles, and Clippers head coach Doc Rivers suggested it won’t be any better at home.
Doc Rivers: “We’re going home now. Usually that would mean we’re going to our safe haven. And I don’t even know if that’s true.”
— J.A. Adande (@jadande) April 27, 2014
The team didn’t boycott the game, though Rivers acknowledged it was brought up. Before the game the players showed a different kind of protest, electing to take of their warm ups at half court and wearing their shirts inside out to hide the logos.
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