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NBA officials are reviewing an audio recording posted online of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling allegedly telling his girlfriend not to post photographs of herself with black people and not to bring African-Americans to Clippers games, a league spokesman said Saturday.The recording was sharply criticized by civil rights leader Jesse Jackson, who told TMZ the Clippers' roster of mostly African-American players should protest the disparaging comments. Clippers all-star player Chris Paul called the tape "a very serious issue". Clippers president Andy Roeser issued a statement Saturday saying they have listened to the tape on TMZ.In the tape, Stiviano says she herself is of Latino and black heritage.Sterling says on the tape, according to TMZ.
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