Clippers court battle goes onLOS ANGELES (AP) - A court will determine next month whether Donald Sterling was properly removed as an administrator for the family trust that owns the Los Angeles Clippers.
An attorney for Shelly Sterling went to probate court Wednesday to request a trial to confirm that she is the sole trustee and can proceed with the $2 billion sale of the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. Donald Sterling opposes the sale of the team and is suing the NBA for $1 billion.
Sherry Sterling's lawyer says three doctors have filed reports saying Donald Sterling lacks the mental capacity to be a trustee.
The trial will begin July 7 and last four days. The deadline for the sale is July 15.
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