Ramona Shelburne and Marc Spears join Brian Windhorst and Royce Young to discuss "The Sterling Affairs," a 30 for 30 podcast series executive produced by Shelburne. They detail the situation during the 2014 NBA playoffs when an audio recording of then-LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling making racist statements rocked the league and almost led to the Clippers boycotting their game vs. the Golden State Warriors. The Clippers went on to lose to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference semifinals, one of Chris Paul's lowest points as a player according to Young.
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