NBA owners met Wednesday afternoon to further discuss plans to oust Donald Sterling as the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers.
This is the second time they've talked since Sterling was banned from the NBA for life after his racist rant was caught on tape.
If Sterling fights the sale, the NBA says it's armed with moral and ethical contracts that Sterling signed over the years.
As for the V. Stiviano, the woman at the center of the scandal, her team is speaking to CNN about allegations she demanded money from Sterling to keep other recordings secret.
Jason Carroll is OutFront with the story.View my Flipboard Magazine.
Donald Sterling may have cost someone their job.
The NBA announced Tuesday Los Angeles Clippers President Andy Roeser is taking an indefinite leave of absence.
The league says it's to allow the team's new CEO to begin with a clean slate.
But is the NBA getting ahead of itself? Donald Sterling is, after all, reportedly putting together a powerful legal team to hit back at the NBA.
CNN's Deborah Feyerick has the story.
Should Donald Sterling be forced to sell his team – The Los Angeles Clippers?
According to a CNN / ORC Poll – Americans are split.
60% of NBA fans said yes, but when it comes to the public at large - just 41% said yes.
So is it about race? Or could it be the fact that some see this as an invasion when it comes to a person's right to say what they want in the privacy of their own home?
CNN's Don Lemon, Media Analyst Steve Adubato and CNN legal analyst Sunny Hostin discuss OutFront.
The owner of the Los Angeles Clippers received a lifetime ban from the NBA this week after audio recordings surfaced of Donald Sterling making racist remarks to his alleged mistress.
But this isn't the first time he's been involved in a racially-charged controversy.
In 2003, tenants of a L.A. apartment complex owned by Sterling and his wife, Rochelle, claimed they were repeatedly harassed by the Sterlings solely because of their race.
Our Kyung Lah spoke with the former tenant who filed that suit.
A who's who of wealthy celebrities are lining up to buy the Los Angeles Clippers.
Team owners attended a private conference call Thursday, and in a press release, they said they are moving forward on discussions to force Donald Sterling to sell the team.
But how much will it cost?
Some big names with some deep pockets are already lining up to bid and that's pushing the up the price.
CNN's Jason Carroll has the story.