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Utah Jazz: Miller family supports Sterling’s ouster from NBA

Team CEO Greg Miller praises the league commissioner’s lifetime ban of Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling.

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"I felt like this was going to be a big test for Adam Silver. He put his foot down and he was firm with his decision," Lucas said, adding that he expects the league’s owners to support the ouster. "Teams don’t want this in our league. They don’t want this to even part of the NBA name."

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