Source: Katie Kidelan / ABC News
One of the 29 NBA team owners who will decide whether Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling will be forced to sell the team says he believes the vote will be unanimous.
“The owners I know are all color blind and they found that this behavior was outrageous, so I wouldn’t be surprised if it isn’t a unanimous vote,” Sacramento Kings majority owner Vivek Ranadive said today on “Good Morning America.” “I would be very surprised if that was not the case.”
Sterling’s courtside seat was noticeably empty Tuesday night as the Clippers defeated the Golden State Warriors to take a 3-2 lead in the playoffs series.
“The team is having its best run ever and he’s not going to be able to watch that,” Ranadive said. “He would be the most scorned man in the stands, so I think this is the time to step up and do the right thing.”
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