NBA great Elgin Baylor spent more than two decades as the L.A. Clippers General Manager. He says he was unfairly fired and sued the team. In the lawsuit, Baylor described Donald Sterling as having a "plantation-type" vision for the team. Baylor explains to Anderson that Sterling liked the idea of having a team of all black players and a southern white coach.
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Filed under: Donald Sterling
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