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Lakers News And Rumors Recap: Magic Johnson Responds To Sterling Remarks Reviewed by Momizat on . Please enable Javascript to watch this video Yesterday, Clipper's owner Donald Sterling spoke in an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper regarding the fallout o Please enable Javascript to watch this video Yesterday, Clipper's owner Donald Sterling spoke in an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper regarding the fallout o Rating: 0
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Lakers News And Rumors Recap: Magic Johnson Responds To Sterling Remarks

Yesterday, Clipper’s owner Donald Sterling spoke in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper regarding the fallout of the racist remarks that were made public.

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The following day, Laker legend Magic Johnson spoke with Cooper in response to Sterling’s comments and said that he was upset. Magic was clearly frustrated from what has transpired and he claims that the Clippers’ owner is trying to save the team.

Finally, when asked if he wanted to buy the Clippers, Magic Johnson said he would rather own or be a part of the Lakers.

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