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Donald Sterling Suing NBA for $1 Billion

How would banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling respond to the team possibly being sold to ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer? By filing a lawsuit against the NBA for more than $1 billion, claiming he was unconstitutionally bullied out the league by the league, according to TMZ. Sterling filed the federal lawsuit last Friday. As part of the lawsuit, Sterling also claims that the $2.5 million fine that NBA commissioner Adam Silver hit him with, along with the lifetime ban, was baseless and a violation of antitrust laws. The NBA is scheduled to hold its Board of Governors hearing about Sterling on Tuesday in New York City. If 75 percent of league owners vote against Sterling, and they also agree that Ballmer is fit to be the Clippers' owner, then Sterling will lose his ownership of the franchise. (Photo: Mark J. Terrill/AP Photo, File)

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