The biggest story that occurred in the NBA during this postseason was not about the play on the court by any particular player, it was all about the Los Angeles Clippers and their soon-to-be former owner Donald Sterling.
We have all talked the Sterling situation to death, and it now seems that we’re close to completely moving on from him and his stain he left on the NBA when burped and spit up racist comments all over himself back in May.
According to NBA commissioner Adam Silver, new Clippers owner Steve Ballmer could be voted in and approved as soon as July if not earlier.
Ballmer LAC ownership to be voted on mid-July or possibly earlier, Silver said. Silver said hold up is Sterling lawsuit on NBA and himself.
— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) June 8, 2014
Getting Ballmer into power as quickly as possible is the best thing for all parties involved as the Sterling situation is something that will never ever go away, but we can stuff into the back of the closet as far as we can in the meantime.
A vote could happen as soon as the NBA Finals end, which would be this month and that’s something that all NBA fans are looking forward to.
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