Twitter Reacts To Adam Silver’s Ruling On Donald Sterling

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Earlier today, Adam Silver had a press conference to levy punishment on the findings of the NBA’s investigation against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. Sterling made waves throughout the league with his disgraceful racists comments aimed at African Americans that were recorded on tape.

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Along with several current and former players commenting on Sterling’s actions, several teams banded together and wore black socks and wristbands as a silent protest against Sterling. The Clipper players went as far to throw their warmups at center court and wear their shirts inside out as a protest against their owner.

Many players had been calling for the league to impose max punishment against Sterling. The league came down hard on Sterling, handing him a $2.5 million fine and suspending him from the NBA for life. Silver also said he is pushing the NBA board of governors to make Sterling to sell the franchise.

Check out the reactions from the players, owners, and writers below:

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Kobe Bryant Responds To Sterling’s Racist Comments, ‘Should Not’ Own The Clippers

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