Jarrett Jack, currently of the Cleveland Cavaliers and formerly of the Golden State Warriors, told Bay Area radio station 95.7 The Game that players should boycott all NBA games if Donald Sterling still owns the Clippers when next season rolls around.
Sterling has been banned for life by NBA commissioner Adam Sterling for his racist comments toward African-Americans released via audio on TMZ early Saturday morning.
“The thing I would propose is that nobody plays another game for the Clippers as long as that man is in control – period, point blank,” Jack said Thursday morning. “We don’t play another game until that man is removed – as a league. It’s not a Clipper issue, it’s a league issue and we should all take a stance on it.”