Despite the high level of interest in buying the franchise he has owned for 32-years, Donald Sterling, who was recorded telling his girlfriend not to bring blacks to his basketball games, has declared he has zero intention of selling the LA Clippers
A defiant Donald Sterling said he would not sell the Los Angeles Clippers.
Sterling told Fox News the team was not for sale.
The owner of the Los Angeles Clippers professional basketball team was banned from the National Basketball Association for life after a recording emerged of him making racist remarks.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver said Donald Sterling would be forced to sell his interest in the team.
And the league will fine him $2.5m, the maximum allowed.
Mr Sterling was recorded asking his former girlfriend not to associate in public with black people nor bring them to games.
He later said the recording ?does not reflect his views?.