Donald Sterling Combative On Stand In Trial Over Clippers Sale

Donald Sterling Combative On Stand In Trial Over Clippers Sale
(Los Angeles, CA) -- Embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling will be back on the stand today in a bid to regain control of the NBA team. Donald Sterling's attorney Max Blecher responded to his client being combative in testimony yesterday, going after the opposing attorney and at times mocking questions.
Sterling also took issue with the two doctor exams that declared him mentally incapacitated, saying his wife misrepresented the exams as routine checkups. Sterling is opposing the sale of the Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for two-billion dollars.
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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's attorney Adam Streisand says Donald Sterling showed he is mentally incapacitated during his testimony yesterday.
Shelly Sterling's attorney Bert Fields spoke after Donald Sterling's testimony yesterday.
Donald Sterling's attorney Bobby Samini says Sterling is mentally competent.
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