Donald Sterling hilariously slammed in animation

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Donald Sterling, the Los Angeles Clippers, and the NBA are taking all the headlines lately, not just in the world of sport, and not for the right reasons.

The Clippers owner was caught on tape released by TMZ Sports, spouting racism in am argument with his ex-girlfriend V.Stiviano.

As you can expect, the 80-year old has come in for an absolute world of abuse and condemnation from every corner of sports and the wider world, with even Barrack Obama having his say.

Well now Sterling has a new detractor, the people at Taiwanese Animators.

The light hearted news animators have set their sights on Sterling and have absolutely caned the man in their newest video, released earlier today (April 28th).

In the stinging two-minute clip, Sterling is portrayed in Klu Klux Klan gear, dressed up as Hitler, and then changing the team name to the 'LA Crackers' and only playing J.J Redick, Hedo Turkoglu and half of Blake Griffin (who is mixed race).

Check the video out above and tell us what you think of Sterling and his rant.

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