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  1. #325
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    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?



    Sterling drops all suits, agrees to sell team.
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    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Sterling drops all suits, agrees to sell team.
    Didn't you make a bet with someone about Sterling not owning the team before the start of next season?
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  3. #327
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    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dade View Post
    Didn't you make a bet with someone about Sterling not owning the team before the start of next season?
    Yeah but Im not worried about cashing in.

    My wife knows her shit when it comes to labor and employment law. She was proven right. I was simply relaying her points basically.
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  4. #328
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    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Yeah but Im not worried about cashing in.

    My wife knows her shit when it comes to labor and employment law. She was proven right. I was simply relaying her points basically.
    Was the bet about him selling the team, or being forced out, or just that he wouldn't be the owner?

    Just wondering, if someone made a bet they should pay up.
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  5. #329
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    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?

    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    Was the bet about him selling the team, or being forced out, or just that he wouldn't be the owner?

    Just wondering, if someone made a bet they should pay up.
    Pretty sure it was that he wouldn't be the owner. But I am not concerned enough to actually look it up.
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  6. #330

    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?

    Sterling gets 2 bil for the team, I'm sure his attitude towards blacks isn't going to change. But his bank account is a lot fatter now. He can continue his life(however long that will be), guess the taxman will be next on his list of things to hate.




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    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I'll take that bet.

    $20 to the winners charity of choice.

    I say he's no longer owner come the start of next season.
    Since it's a charity bet, I will bump this .... though he never agreed and I don't think he posts here all that much.
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    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?

    This guy is not rolling over. It's getting uglier by the day.

    http://www.foxsports.com/nba/story/d...rs-sale-072214
    "Screw it, let's ride"!




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    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?

    He's venue shopping at this point.

    The first judge didn't buy his nonsense and I doubt this one will either.
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    Re: Would the NFL Ban an Owner for Life?

    Sterling strikes out again. Judge clears way for sale.

    Binding arbitration agreements are just that. Binding.
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