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Donald Sterling, hoping to fix his reputation, could return to court
Donald Sterling, hoping to fix his reputation, could return to court

Donald Sterling remains holed up in his Beverly Hills mansion, ostracized by many, banned by the NBA and yet quietly pleased that his Los Angeles Clippers last week fetched a record sales price of $2 billion. Sterling believes that if he had conducted the sale, instead of his wife Shelly, he might have pushed the price even higher, his lawyer, Max Blecher, said Tuesday. But Sterling's real concern — one that might still send him to court in an attempt to block the jaw-dropping deal — is that the windfall does nothing to mend his wounded reputation. ------------ FOR THE RECORD: Donald Sterling: In the June 4 Sports section, an article about Clippers owner Donald...

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