Donald Sterling drops lawsuit against NBA

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Lob city is about to become Ballmer City without a fight. 

Disgraced Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has agreed to drop his over $1 billion lawsuit against the NBA, ans sell the team.

Last week, former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer agreed to purchase the two-time defending Pacific division champions for a bid of $2 billion dollars.

The Clippers advanced to the second round of the western conference playoffs this season.

Sterling's wife Rochelle told the media that she had been give authority to solicit bid for the team a few weeks ago.

The $2 billion dollars will be the largest price paid for an American professional sports team, and Sterling paid just $15 million for the team in 1981. 

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