"No, that's not something that's acceptable to us," Jones told the South Florida Sun Sentinel. "That's our stance, and it hasn't changed, and it won't."
Shelly Sterling is a co-owner of the Clippers and has said she wants to maintain control of the team even though her husband, Donald, has been banned for life from all NBA activities.
She was at Staples Center to witness the Clippers' playoff loss Friday to Oklahoma City. They trail the best-of-seven series two games to one. Game 4 is Sunday at Staples Center.
Donald Sterling was suspended for life from all NBA activities because of a racially charged recording that surfaced two weeks ago.