Clippers Player Thought Of Citing Sterling To Get Out Of His Contract
When a Clippers player proposes getting out of his contract because of such actions by an individual, that’s saying something.
Stuart Pfeifer, Ben Bolch and James Rainey of the Los Angeles Times:
One Clippers player wondered in a conversation with The Times whether he could get out of his contract by citing Sterling for creating a “hostile work environment.” The player declined to be identified because team members were told not to discuss the matter.
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