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Donald Sterling out of legal options to unwind Clippers' sale

LOS ANGELES -- Donald Sterling is finally out of legal options to unwind the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers. After California's 2nd Court of Appeal rejected Sterling's petition to halt the $2 billion sale Aug. 13, he had 10 business days to ask the state's Supreme Court to review the case. That deadline expired without any such petition, according to court records. The attorney for new Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, Adam Streisand, confirmed Wednesday the deadline had passed with no appeal. Sports Illustrated legal analyst Michael McCann first reported the development. The odds of such a maneuver succeeding were considered exceedingly low by attorneys familiar with the case, but ...

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