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Former NBA player and L.A. Clippers general manager Elgin Baylor spoke with CNN on Wednesday about Donald Sterling’s racial views. Baylor acknowledged that he’d had disagreements with Sterling over the issue of race and that Sterling would sometimes bring women into the locker room to show off the bodies of African-American players.
“Look at those beautiful black bodies. That’s what he used to say,” Baylor said. He said he had to tell Sterling to quit several times before he finally stopped making the remarks.
Baylor sued Sterling for age discrimination and lost. When asked if he thought Sterling was racist, Baylor didn’t hesitate with his answer.
“Of course he is,” Baylor replied. “There’s no doubt in my mind now.”
Baylor’s wife, Elaine, shared her thoughts as well.