Doc Rivers has been promoted by the LA Clippers to President of Basketball Operations and he will continue to be the team's Head Coach.
Doc Rivers was fined $25,000 for criticizing the officials following Tuesday's Game 5 loss to the Thunder.
The NBA's lawyers will reportedly argue that Clippers owner Donald Sterling violated his contractual obligations to the league, providing grounds to force him to sell his franchise.
The NBA announced on Tuesday that Clippers president Andy Roeser will be taking an indefinite leave of absence from the team, effective immediately.
The NBA's Advisory and Finance committee has "unanimously agreed" to move forward with a process to terminate Donald Sterling's ownership of the Clippers.
Donald Sterling is reportedly prepared to sue the NBA in an effort to block fellow owners from forcing him to sell the Clippers.
Oprah Winfrey is "considering the possibility" of joining a group to buy the Clippers from owner Donald Sterling.
Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been fined $2.5 million and suspended for life from having "any association with the Clippers organization, or the NBA."
Doc Rivers canceled team practice on Monday, saying, "I just felt like they needed to breathe."
Doc Rivers was asked about his future with the Clippers on Sunday, to which he replied, "Don't know yet."
Adam Silver made a few remarks about Clippers owner Donald Sterling at a press conference on Saturday night and said he's not ready to discuss any potential sanctions against him at this time.
Celtics co-owner Wyc Grousbeck said that Doc River left the Celtics and that it was Rivers' idea.
Doc Rivers' new job with the Clippers also includes the title of Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations.
Doc Rivers disputed Danny Ainge's claim that he said he was planning to return as Celtics coach.