“Look At Those Beautiful Black Bodies”: Has The General Manager Of The Los Angeles Clippers Been Letting His Girlfriends Watch Players Shower?!?!

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Word on the streets is that GM of The Los Angeles Clippers, Donald Sterling, has been allowing his skanky little girlfriends to get their peeping-Tom on in the guys locker room.

“DONALD STERLING would bring women into the locker room after games, while the players were showering, and make comments such as, ‘Look at those beautiful black bodies.’ I brought this to Sterling’s attention, but he continued to bring women into the locker room.”

HoopsVibe’s Very Quick Call: Ah Commissioner Stern, are you listening?

It’s officially time for you to move against Donald Sterling, the awful owner of the Los Angeles Clippers. Under Sterling’s watch the Clippers have been the Siberia of the NBA. That, however, isn’t the issue. Sterling mistreats people: he’s been taken court for sexual harassment and accused of preferring to rent his many apartments to Caucasians instead of African-Americans and Mexicans.

But Stern couldn’t or wouldn’t use this to rid his league of Sterling. Watching players shower and then making insensitive and racially charged comments is a different matter. Stern seems determined to make the new Collective Bargaining Agreement his last stand. Fair enough. The league’s financial house needs reworking.

Sterling has to go. Before the Clippers owner creates a mess of Isiah-like proportion

Uh-ohhhh sounds like someones got some ‘splaining to do, word to Desi Arnez


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