NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling from the organization for life in response to alleged racist comments he made about black people. Silver’s punishment, including a $2.5 million fine, has been praised by anti-discrimination organizations and advocates, including Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson. But is the punishment the right one? Is it enough? Drexel University Assoc. Professor of Law, Donald Tibbs joins the conversation.
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