Lebron James: There Is "No Room" In The NBA For The Clippers' Owner

(AllHipHop News) Los Angeles Clippers  star point guard Chris Paul is the President of the NBA Players Union, but Lebron James is the best player. Less than an hour before the Miami Heat play the Charlotte Bobcats, comments on Donald Sterling’s racist comments.

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Speaking to the media, James stated that Sterling’s comments were “unacceptable” if they were in fact true. James then implied that Sterling needs to leave the NBA:

Basketball is huge, obviously the playoffs have been unbelievable, and I hate the fact that something like this has to come out when the playoffs have been unbelievable and the game of basketball continues to grow, but there is no room for Donald Sterling in our league. There is no room for him.

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James admitted he would contemplate boycotting games if the President of the Miami Heat made similar comments. Adam Silver succeeded David Stern as NBA Commissioner less than three months ago and James stated that he would need to act quickly:

For a player, I just think…I put my…I can only imagine if a player came out and said something of that stature what would happen to us as players. So, I believe in Adam [Silver], I believe in the NBA and they have to do something and do something very fast and quickly before this really gets out of hand.

Check out Lebron James’ entire statements here.

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