WI NAACP reacts to NBA Owner's alleged racist comments
MILWAUKEE- On Sunday, CBS 58 spoke with two members of the Wisconsin NAACP about the allegations against Los Angeles Clippers' owner Donald Sterling.
After an audio recording was obtained by TMZ of a man, identified as Sterling, telling his girlfriend not to bring black people to games.
The conversation is surrounding an argument about pictures on Sterling's girlfriend's instagram account., where she appears with African Americans, including Magic Johnson.
Sterling agreed not to show up to his team's playoff game on Sunday.
The team protested Sterling by leaving their warm ups at center court before the game and wearing their practice jersey's inside out.
The NAACP announced on Sunday that they are dropping plans to honor Sterling with a lifetime achievement award next month.
Wendell Harris, WI Conference NAACP, said the NBA should pull his ownership.
NAACP National Board member, Lillie Wilson said if she were a player, she would cease playing all together with Sterling still as owner.
The NBA insists they are investigating this very seriously.