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  • Donald Sterling introduces a new snag in sale of the Clippers

    Donald Sterling still hasn't signed off on the official sale of the Clippers because he hopes the NBA will rescind a $2.5-million fine and lifetime ban from all league activities, according to people familiar with the situation. Sterling recently saw...
  • Donald Sterling, hoping to fix his reputation, could return to court

    Donald Sterling remains holed up in his Beverly Hills mansion, ostracized by many, banned by the NBA and yet quietly pleased that his Los Angeles Clippers last week fetched a record sales price of $2 billion. Sterling believes that if he had conducted...
  • Donald Sterling verbally attacks NBA, lawyer in trial testimony

    Donald Sterling verbally attacks NBA, lawyer in trial testimony
    Donald Sterling assailed the NBA, attacked two doctors who declared him mentally incapacitated and ridiculed opposing lawyer Bert Fields during almost an hour of rambling, contentious testimony Tuesday afternoon. Sterling took the stand in the second...
  • Donald Sterling's last resort in court: Things look desperate, ugly

    It was the first day of Donald Sterling's final desperate fight for the Clippers, the first day of his last battle for the reputation of his sanity and the ownership of his basketball team. And he didn't show. "We call Donald Sterling!" lawyer...
  • Judge rejects Donald Sterling's motion to move probate case

    Judge rejects Donald Sterling's motion to move probate case
    An attempt by attorneys for Donald Sterling to delay the probate action in Los Angeles Superior Court ended Monday afternoon when a federal judge rejected their request to remove the case to federal court. U.S. District Judge George H. Wu remanded the...
  • Without Sterlings on hand, testimony opens in probate trial

    As testimony finally started Monday afternoon in the probate court trial that could determine the future of the $2-billion sale of the Clippers, Donald and Shelly Sterling weren’t in Los Angeles Superior Court. Pierce O’Donnell, Shelly...
  • Ex-Bull charged with attempted criminal sexual assault, battery

    Ex-Bull charged with attempted criminal sexual assault, battery
    Former Chicago Bull Rick Brunson has been indicted on charges of attempted criminal sexual assault, criminal sexual abuse, aggravated battery and domestic battery stemming from his arrest last month following an encounter with a massage therapist at a...
  • Bulls' Ronnie Brewer pleads not guilty to DUI charges

    Bulls' Ronnie Brewer pleads not guilty to DUI charges
    LOS ANGELES -- Bulls forward Ronnie Brewer pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to charges of driving under the influence of alcohol stemming from a February arrest following a traffic stop in Beverly Hills, California, prosecutors said An attorney entered...
  • Court rejects Donald Sterling appeal in battle over Clippers ownership

    Court rejects Donald Sterling appeal in battle over Clippers ownership
    An appeals court rejected Donald Sterling’s petition late Friday to stay last month’s probate court ruling against him in the latest round of legal wrangling over the proposed $2-billion sale of the Clippers to Steve Ballmer. “...
  • Delany's competitive drive takes him from ACC to Big Ten

    Delany's competitive drive takes him from ACC to Big Ten
    More than four decades later, Eddie Fogler can still see Jim Delany dumping their North Carolina basketball teammate Rusty Clark on the floor during a practice at Carmichael Auditorium. It was payback for the hard screen that Clark, one of the team's...
  • Judge orders new Central Florida congressional map by Aug. 15, and wants a special election to fill it

    Judge orders new Central Florida congressional map by Aug. 15, and wants a special election to fill it
    TALLAHASSEE -- A judge on Friday gave the Florida Legislature two weeks to design a new congressional map for Central Florida that doesn't conflict with the state's anti-gerrymandering requirements, potentially pushing back the election date for filling...