Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Chris Paul could sit out if Sterling is in control of the Clippers

Chris_Paul-LA-ClippersChris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers point guard and a favorite with pay per head sportsbooks, said that it’s “unacceptable” if Donald Sterling is still the team’s owner when the new season gets underway.

Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers point guard and a favorite with pay per head sportsbooks, said that it’s “unacceptable” if Donald Sterling is still the team’s owner when the new season gets underway.

Price per head services remember very well when Sterling was banned for life by the NBA after racist comments made in a recorded conversation that was released in April.

The player also said that he spoke to Clippers coach Doc Rivers about the possibility of sitting out if Sterling is in control when the seasons begins in a little over two months, and pay per head sportsbooks wonder what will happen.

“That’s something me and Doc are both talking about,” Paul said on Thursday. “Something has to happen, and something needs to happen soon — sooner rather than later.”

Earlier in the week, interim Clippers CEO Dick Parsons testified in state court that Rivers told him several times that he doesn’t think that he wants to continue being the team’s coach if Sterling continues to be in control, and pay per head sportsbooks can see how problematic this situation is proving to be.

“We’re all going to talk about it,” Paul said. “We’re all definitely going to talk about it. Doc, Blake [Griffin], DJ[DeAndre Jordan]. It’s unacceptable.”

The issue continues to be whether Shelly, Sterling’s wife, acted properly in selling the team without his approval. She agreed to a record $2 billion deal with ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, in a move that pay per head sportsbooks can see is nothing short of controversial.

The closing arguments in the probate court case have been scheduled for Monday, when the judge will decide whether to further confuse the situation or have the sale authorized. Donald Sterling said that he vowed to fight this for “as long as he lives.”

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The original purchase agreement said that the team’s sale should close by July 15 – with an extension until August 15.

The league said that if it’s not closed by September 15, it will resume termination proceedings of the sale, and pay per head sportsbooks would really like to see what’s next.