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Lakers News And Rumors Recap: Reactions To Adam Silver’s Ruling Reviewed by Momizat on . Please enable Javascript to watch this video Earlier today, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver addressed the media in a press conference for the punishment of Clipper Please enable Javascript to watch this video Earlier today, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver addressed the media in a press conference for the punishment of Clipper Rating: 0
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Lakers News And Rumors Recap: Reactions To Adam Silver’s Ruling


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Earlier today, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver addressed the media in a press conference for the punishment of Clippers owner Donald Sterling. Silver sentenced Sterling to be banned for life from the NBA and was fined for $2.5 million dollars for his racist comments caught on audio tape.

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Following the press conference, many players and owners around the league reacted on Twitter. Players and owners such as Magic Johnson, Lebron James, Mark Cuban, and Stephen Curry were all tweeting their appreciation for how Silver appropriately handled the situation.

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Twitter Reacts To Adam Silver’s Ruling On Donald Sterling

NBA News: NBA Bans Donald Sterling For Life, Fines Him $2.5 Million

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Responds To Adam Silver’s Ruling

Lakers News

Report: Los Angeles Lakers Resisting Picking Up Mike D’Antoni’s 2015-16 Option – Bleacher Report

Kevin Ding’s Latest on Mike D’Antoni’s Possible Return to the Lakers Next Season – Bleacher Report

Jeanie Buss Says Adam Silver Showed ‘Great Leadership’ In Sterling Ban – LA Times

Steve Nash, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Pleased With Donald Sterling Punishment – LA Times

Lakers Speak Fondly Of The Late Jack Ramsay – LA Times

NBA News

Report: NY Knicks Working To Hire Steve Kerr After 1st Round Of NBA Playoffs – Bleacher Report

Lakers Insider: Steve Nash Gets Real As He Reaches End Of The Road – Bleacher Report

Bobcats Interested In Arron Afflalo And Jameer Nelson – SB Nation

Darren Erman Fired By Warriors For Secretly Recording Conversations – SB Nation

Report: Phil Jackson Targeting Bill Cartwright To Fill Position On Knicks Coaching Staff – Pro Basketball Talk
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Kobe Bryant Responds To Sterling’s Racist Comments, ‘Should Not’ Own The Clippers


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  • ersliva

    THE NBA BETTER BEWARE….USING AN ILLEGALLY GATHEREED TAPING AGAINST HIM WILL CAUSE PROBLEMS WITH HIM AND HIS ATTORNEYS BY USING THE DEFENSE OF(FRUITS OF A POSIONOUS TREE)TO COMPENSATE HIMSELF FOR THE ACTIONS HELD AGAINST HIM….YES HES A BIGGOT…BUT HE TOO HAS RIGHTS….

  • dSeminelin

    what good is your rights if its occurring every time?!

  • dSeminelin

    lucky for him, he is still standing.

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