Lebron James Will Not Play Next Season If Donald Sterling Is Still Owner of The Los Angeles Clippers

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I don’t blame him, Lebron is putting his money where his mouth is and vows not to play next year if Donald Sterling is still the owner of the LA Clippers. In a trailer for an upcoming episode of Jim Rome on Showtime, the Vice President of the Players Association outlined Lebron James’ plans for next year if Donald Sterling remained the Los Angeles’ Clippers head coach.

 

According to Ebengregory.com

 The Players Association VP Roger Mason Jr discussed the Donald Sterling controversy. In the short clip, Mason Jr made a declarative statement that could change the entire 2014-2015 NBA season:

I was just in the locker room, three or four days ago. Lebron and I talked about it. He ain’t playing if Sterling is still an owner.

Lebron James signed a 6 year / $109.84 million deal with Miami in 2010 with over $67 million guaranteed. However, James has a clause in his contract that allows him to opt-out and test free agency by the June 30th deadline.

Roger Mason Jr’s full interview on Jim Rome on Showtime will air tonight (May 14th) at 9pm.

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