Fight over Clippers sale to center on Donald Sterling's mental state

June 11, 2014Article
Los Angeles Times

Donald Sterling's battle to maintain control of the Clippers and restore his shattered reputation will focus, in part, on how well he can count and spell backward and put numbers in the right order on a drawing of a clock. 

Sterling's difficulties in performing these tasks during two medical examinations led experts to declare last month that the longtime Clippers boss was incapable of conducting his own affairs. That, in turn, cleared the way for his wife, Shelly, to sell the Clippers for a record $2 billion after she took sole control of the family trust that owns the basketball team.

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