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  • Donald Sterling has said that he has received offers in excess of $2.5 billion.Bloomberg lists  NBA Live Coins several potential suitors for the Clippers, including a group that counts David Geffen and Oprah Winfrey as members. Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is also reportedly interested, as well as group that includes Grant Hill.


    A rushed sale by the Sterlings would allow them to escape the league on their own terms, after Donald Sterling pushed back against what he called "draconian" punishment in the wake of the release of a taped conversation during which he revealed bigoted views.It should be noted that the NBA still has to approve any sale of the franchise, however.


    The Wednesday deadline to accept bids is somewhat arbitrary, because the league may still be able to deny a deal from being made prior to the June 3 meeting.    In this Storystream  Clippers sold to former Microsoft CEO for $2 billion  Doc Rivers, Clippers agree to 5-year extension worth more than $50 million Sterlings set 5 p.m. ET deadline for Clippers bids


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