Michael Cage

former member of the Clippers

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Former NBA player (1984-2000), first-round draft pick by the LA Clippers, he played for Donald Sterling for four years

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There seems to be a consensus in Los Angeles that Clippers owner Donald Sterling is finally getting what he richly deserves: a ban from association with his own professional basketball…

How Did Donald Sterling Last So Long?

There seems to be a consensus in Los Angeles that Clippers owner Donald Sterling is finally getting what he richly deserves: a ban from association with his own professional basketball…

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