The NBA made it official today, and started the process to remove Donald Sterling as an owner of the L.A. Clippers. It could be the start of a long and ugly legal battle. The league needs the support of 75% of the other team owners. Already, Sterling is fighting the NBA's lifetime ban and $2.5-million fine. Today's move is no surprise, and Sterling discussed his future with the team when he spoke exclusively with AC360. Anderson got the latest on the developing situation from Rachel Nichols, host of CNN's "Unguarded," along with Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
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