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Sadly, we haven't heard the last of Donald Sterling.

Just a few days after saying he was all for the Los Angeles Clippers being sold to Steve Ballmer, the estranged owner of this NBA franchise has now done a 180.

Forget receiving $2 billion in a sale. He wants to sue the league for $1 billion.

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Saying how his client “must fight to protect [his] rights,” Sterling’s lawyer released a statement last night saying Sterling never wanted to sell the franchise.

He's being forced into the deal by Commissioner Adam Silver, who banned Sterling for life after multiple recordings of Sterling being totally racist went viral online.

Silver also said he would convene the 29 other owners to vote and force a sale by Sterling.

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Magic Johnson is taking the high road when it comes to Donald Sterling.

In his interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN last night, Sterling did apologize for his recent racist rant, which was directed at girlfriend V. Stiviano and released as an audio recording a few weeks ago.

But the 80-year old Clippers owner also went off on Magic for some reason, blasting the NBA legend for having AIDS and for doing nothing to help the African-American community.

His words really needs to be heard to be believed:

In response, Johnson called in to TMZ this afternoon, denied talk that he's trying to purchase the Clippers and said:

"I'm a proud black man. I'm a leader in the black community and I take that role seriously."

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A couple weeks after being exposed as a huge racist, Donald Sterling sat for an interview with Anderson Cooper last night.

And he somehow managed to make himself sound like an even worse human being.

After saying he's not a racist and expressing a little remorse ("I made a terrible mistake."), Sterling grew defensive and irritated, ignoring his long history of racial discrimination lawsuits and asking whether one is permitted to mess up just once in 35 years of ownership.

He then went off on Magic Johnson.

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Donald Sterling is asking for your forgiveness.

The embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner sat down with Anderson Cooper yesterday for an interview that will air tonight on CNN.

During the exchange, Sterling took responsible for the racist remarks he made to V. Stiviano, while also denying talk that he actually is a racist.

"I'm not a racist," he reportedly told Cooper. "I made a terrible mistake. I'm here to apologize."

Donald Sterling with Anderson Cooper

This interviews marks Sterling's first official comments about the audio recordings that hit the Internet last month, in which he berated Stiviano for being seen with African-Americans and in which he said she was "stupid" for thinking one's skin color doesn't matter.

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A new audio recording of Donald Sterling has hit the Internet.

In this tape, however, Sterling is not making racist comments. Instead, he's trying to state the case that he isn't actually a racist.

"You think I’m a racist?” Sterling asks a long-time friend in a recorded phone conversation. “You think I have anything in the world but love for everybody? You don’t think that! You know I’m not a racist!"

The identity of the man on the other line is unknown, but Radar insists the tape is real. It has not revealed who leaked it to the press.

Sterling was caught telling girlfriend V. Stiviano a few weeks ago that it “bothers” him “a lot” that she wants to “broadcast that you’re associating with black people.”

The Los Angeles Clippers owner has since been banned from the league for life and owners will soon vote on whether or not he must sell the team.

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Expected to fight for ownership of his team in court, sources have now confirmed to The New York Post:

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is also fighting prostate cancer.

Sources tell the newspaper that doctors thought Sterling “would die two years ago” and that the best “drugs money can buy” are keeping him alive at this point.

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We've already heard from a number of celebrities when it comes to Donald Sterling.

But Jimmy Kimmel took viewers inside an African-American barbershop last night to gauge reaction from average men on the street in regard to this racist A-Hole.

In a hilarious segment, these men say Sterling's lifetime ban actually isn't enough; discuss how he erred in his handling of his "side chick;" and wonder if one can actually attend racist rehab.

Watch now:

Perhaps the most shocking development in this video: Kimmel actually pays!

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Adam Silver just announced in a NYC press conference that he has banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling from all NBA-related activities for life.

He's also fined the 80-year old real estate mogul $2.5 million, an amount that will be donated to various charities.

Silver told reporters that a forensic review of the V. Stiviano audio recording of Sterling being all kinds of racist discovered no evidence it was altered in any way.

The Commissioner added that he spoke with Sterling in the past couple days and referred to his views as "offensive and harmful."

Sterling also admitted to his voice being on the tape.

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A pair of Golden State Warriors fans have won the Internet.

As part of the outcry against Donald Sterling's racists comments that leaked online over the weekend, these two gentlemen attended the Warriors-Clippers game in Oakland on Sunday afternoon.

And their signs say it all, don't they?

Awesome Warriors Fans

Sterling, of course, has been caught on taped berating girlfriend V. Stiviano because she posted photos to Instagram of herself and Magic Johnson.

The 80-year old owner ordered Stiviano not to be seen in public with any African-Americans and definitely not to bring any to his team's games. Hence, the inspiration behind the above signage.

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In the wake of Donald Sterling's horribly offensive comments about minorities, a number of high-profile companies have pulled their sponsorship of his professional basketball team.

Red Bull, State Farm, CarMax, AQUAhydrate, Kia and Virgin America all announced today that they are at the very least suspending all affiliation with the Los Angeles Clippers.

That's what happens when you berate your girlfriend for interacting with African-Americans and when you condescendingly way you put food on the plates of black players.

"We trust and respect the NBA’s process to formally investigate the matter, and in the interim, are suspending all team-related marketing activities,” Red Bull said in a statement. "We will continue to support our Red Bull athlete, Blake Griffin, his teammates and coaching staff in their pursuit of an NBA title."

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