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Clippers Wear Warmup Shirts Inside Out To Protest Donald Sterling's Alleged Racist Comments

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The Los Angeles Clippers themselves seem to be joining the chorus of people condemning their owner, Donald Sterling, after a tape was released that allegedly reveals Sterling making racist comments.The Clippers took off their practice shirts at center court and put them back on inside out in protest this afternoon before Game 4 of a first-round playoff series against the Golden State Warriors, ABC7 showed:

For their part, Warriors teammates have been speaking out against Sterling, with Stephen Curry calling the comments “terrible and disgusting.”

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