With ruling, Clippers get biggest win

"Oh, absolutely, he'll be able to," she said. "I think the ban will be lifted. There's a new owner and a new sheriff town, and it's going to be good. It's going to be good for the city, for the fans, for the league, for everybody, and that's all we want."

As great as Monday was for the Clippers, it could be even greater for Donald Sterling, provided he truly wants to attend Clippers' games again. If he changed his focus and shifted his resources from suing the NBA and his wife to using some of the money from the sale of the team to do some good in Los Angeles -- such as donating to charitable causes without feeling the need to pat himself on the back -- Donald Sterling might finally get the vindication he hopelessly is trying to find in the courtroom.

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