Donald Sterling will not sign off on the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and told his lawyer Maxwell Blecher that he will go forth with his $1 billion lawsuit against the NBA. Last week, it was reported that Sterling would ink the final paperwork "assuming 'all their differences had been resolved.'" However, things took a turn for the worse two days ago when it looked like Donald was growing apprehensive after realizing he wouldn't be absolved of the penalties levied against him by the league. 

In the lawsuit, Sterling's team "alleges the league violated his constitutional rights by relying on information from an 'illegal' recording that publicized racist remarks he made to a girlfriend." In addition, the document states that there was a breach of contract through the $2.5 million fine brought against the 80-year-old and a violation of antitrust laws by trying to enforce a sale of his beloved Clippers franchise.

And you thought this chapter was going to come to an end, huh? 

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[via AP]