LA Clippers Take A Stand Against Donald Sterling, Refuse to Show Team Logo + Wear Black Arm Bands


It seems like everyone has had an opinion on LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s racist remarks — except for the actual Clippers themselves.


For the first time, the team took a stand against Sterling during today’s game in the form of a silent protest.

During warm-ups, the team threw their official Clippers warm-up uniforms to the floor & chose to wear their practice jerseys inside out.


The Clippers emblem was nowhere to be seen.

They also chose to wear ‘Los Angeles’ jerseys during the game with black bands around their arms — believed to be statements of Black power.

How do you feel about the team’s protest? Do you think it was enough? Do you think the team should have played?

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