Ray Ratto

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The initial reaction to Adam Silver's lifetime ban of Donald Sterling has been overwhelmingly positive, affirming that the right decision was made.
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Hatred for Donald Sterling is at an all-time high. Everybody from fellow NBA owners to members of his own organization are voicing their disdain for the Clippers owner.
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Donald Sterling and the Hit Parade of 1837 is our main topic for today which now involves Matt Kemp of the Dodgers.
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With the Donald Sterling controversy hanging over the Clippers' heads, the Warriors seized the opportunity and stole back momentum.
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The 40-some-odd men at ground zero of Donald Sterling’s grand public undoing did what they felt in their souls was best for them, as sure an acknowledgement of intellect and free will as one can imagine.
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After being shut out in Game 5 on Saturday night, the Sharks must answer serious questions after relinquishing command of the series.
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Severe punishments to major sports owners are rare, but Donald Sterling's alleged remarks put the league in an uncomfortable situation.
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With a heated rivalry and contrasting styles, the Warriors-Clippers series will be made by whoever plays less ugly basketball. Right now, it's L.A.
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If the Sharks finish off the Kings as expected, they will await the winner of the last-team standing slugfest between the Ducks and Stars.
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Once again, the National Football League made an enormous deal of its schedule release, and once again, we know the following things:

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The A's and the Coliseum Authority have entered the pointless shoe-squeezing stage of their relationship, where they will revisit all outstanding grievances and even fabricate a few more for good reason, all in the interest of rocking the hate.
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This couldn’t be considered more heretical news in most Major League Baseball hiring halls, but there is a growing suggestion that pitchers are actually at their best before they throw their

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Tony Parker didn’t know that the collector for the dues he had to pay as a rookie would be Tim Duncan.

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Al Davis’ last philosophical talent acquisition, Terrelle Pryor, may still be a success. But he won’t be in Oakland.

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