Hours before the Los Angeles Clippers were set to face off against the Golden State Warriors in game four of their ongoing playoff series, the website Deadpsin released an extended version of a recording initially made public by TMZ allegedly depicting team owner Donald Sterling making racist remarks to his girlfriend.
The new, 15-minute-long recording posted on Deadspin.com appears to pick up where the previous 9-minute-long video, posted late Friday by TMZ, left off.
"Don't come to my games. Don't bring black people and don't come," the man purported to be Sterling is heard saying in the newly released audio.
The recording made public Sunday was purported to be a continuation of the same April 9 argument with his girlfriend, identified by TMZ as V. Stiviano. In both recordings, the man identified by TMZ and Deadspin as Sterling, is heard telling the woman not to bring black people to Clippers games or post pictures of herself with black people on her Instagram.
The woman reminded him that the Clippers roster is primarily black.
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