NBA Commissioner Adam Silver today banned LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life in response to racist comments he made in a recorded conversation. Guest host Barbara Bogaev considers how LA's newest darling team will fare, with a banned owner balking at selling the franchise. Will sponsors return anytime soon? How tarnished are the league and the Clipper's name? Also, the battle for the heart and soul of the GOP in California. Banker Neel Kashkari now has some political heavyweights backing him but Assemblyman Tim Donnelly is crushing him in early polls.
Later, on To the Point, farm workers in Florida have joined with retail giant Walmart to pressure growers to improve conditions in the fields. Is it just PR or can it change the way farm workers are treated across the country?
Banner image: NBA Commissioner Adam Silver at today's press conference on Donald Sterling