Sterling: "Until I die, I will be suing the NBA"

Donald Sterling and Shelly Sterling
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling took the stand again Wednesday and continued to taunt his wife's attorney as he proclaimed that he would "never, ever, ever sell this team" and would sue the NBA until the day he dies.

The trial will decide whether his wife Shelly was within her rights when she negotiated a sale of the NBA team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.

"She has no rights whatsoever," Sterling testified Wednesday. "She may be a trustee, but she has no stock, no authority to make a sale."

He went on to proclaim his commitment to keeping the team under his ownership.

"I'm not a racist. I love all people, but I was the poster boy!" Sterling said in court Wednesday. "Make no mistake today. I will never, ever, ever sell this team. And until I die, I will be suing the NBA."

"This is the worst corporation in America, and everyone will find out how terrible they are," Sterling said.

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