The NBA has countersued former Clippers owner Donald Sterling in federal court, seeking to recoup expenses related to their legal costs.
The NBA has announced that the Clippers sale to Steve Ballmer is official.
Donald Sterling lost his court case on Monday, as the judge ruled in favor of Shelly Sterling, rejecting all of Donald's arguments.
Donald Sterling filed a lawsuit in Superior court on Tuesday vs. his wife and the NBA.
Clippers interim CEO Richard Parsons testified in court on Tuesday that coach Doc Rivers said he'll quit if Donald Sterling is not removed as the team's owner.
Clippers owner Donald Sterling met with prospective buyer Steve Ballmer on Monday.
When Donald Sterling revoked the Sterling Family Trust on July 9, he triggered a process that could result in a default of nearly $500 million the Sterlings owe to three banks.
Donald Sterling appeared in court on Tuesday as part of his fight to control the Clippers' franchise, but he was combative and erratic during an hour-long hearing.
Donald Sterling filed a motion to have his trial with Shelly moved from probate court to federal court.
Donald Sterling will argue that the results of his mental health examination were compromised because the administering doctor went out for dinner and drinks with him.
Shelly Sterling has been denied an emergency protective motion that would guard her against potential harassment from Donald Sterling.
Shelly Sterling will seek a protective order to guard against potential harassment from Donald Sterling and his lawyers.
Donald Sterling hired four private investigators to dig up "dirt" on the NBA's former and current commissioners and its 29 other owners.
Shelly Sterling's motion to expedite the trial to affirm the Sterling trust was denied and a new hearing will begin on July 7.