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Topic - Bowie Kuhn
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is the latest pro sports owner to be sanctioned by his league. On Tuesday, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned him for life for making racist comments in a recorded conversation, the first step toward forcing a sale of the club. Here are five prominent examples from the past of owners disciplined by their leagues for infractions far more serious than a fine for complaining about the officiating.
Someone is going to stand up. Someone, likely a football or men's basketball player, will add his name to the lawsuit that says college athletes should get a cut of the money they're generating.
Baseball players urged that Marvin Miller be put in the Hall of Fame as they spoke Monday night during a memorial for the union leader.
Sandy Hadden, baseball's No. 2 official under former Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, has died. He was 86
Kuhn wrote to Jenkins saying he imposed the penalty because the pitcher "declined to cooperate with this office's investigation."
He said Hadden was a "vital member of the commissioner's staff and helped lead our game through an important period in the game's history."