In response to Mployee8's comment:
In response to scubber's comment:
Based on history, it is not really "alleged" anymore. I can appreciate some who don't want to jump to conclusion on this particular incident but history is there, there is no denying that. People are appalled by the comments whether it is proved to be made by Sterling or somebody else, can we at least agree on that?
So there's no possibility that a conversation referring to bringing the Clips rival (Magic Johnson) into a Clippers home game was edited to turn that into a racial thing?
Again, I've always felt Sterling was old school racist but the timing and comments provided to a gossip show strike me as too presumptuous, so I'll defend his right to be considered innocent until proven otherwise despite his dirt-bag status as far as I'm concerned going back over a decade.
If you read my previous post, I did not say that at all. I am agreeing with your right to question whether this is authentic at this point in time. But also I can understand the outrage of a lot of people based on Sterling history. I think most people here are on the same page, I am trying to make a distinction between being sceptical with the words on the tape and the fact that Sterling is a racist. Both statements can be true at the same time.