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Clippers Players Hold Protest by Wearing Team Shirts Inside out for Warm-Ups

via @ArashMarkazi
Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistApril 27, 2014

Before Game 4 against the Golden State Warriors, the Los Angeles Clippers found a way to protest owner Donald Sterling's alleged racist remarks

The team reportedly held a meeting shortly after the audio tapes were made public on Friday night to discuss how it should handle the situation.

Before Sunday's game, the Clippers players sent a message of unity by taking off their shooting shirts and throwing them down on the court during warm-ups:

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The protest wasn't done there. The players turned the rest of their warm-up gear inside out:

The Blazers wore black socks for their game vs the Houston Rockets on Sunday night:

[Arash Markazi, Orange County Register, LACTV]


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