(LOS ANGELES) — The man appointed by the NBA to take over the Los Angeles Clippers after owner Donald Sterling was banned from the league is now speaking out.
Now in command of the organization, interim CEO Dick Parsons says his job is to run the team’s day-to-day operations.
Parsons says he believes the end is inevitable — the team will be sold. But if Sterling fights the move, Parsons says “a prolonged legal battle is in no one’s interest.”
Parsons says his mission as de facto owner is to “make sure that the enterprise continues to function, in an appropriate way, perhaps even help it move to the next level, but certainly help it move through this period of transition.”
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