NEW YORK -- Should this summer of Clipper surprises end with the matching of Miami's hefty offer to Lamar Odom, Donald Sterling will have committed some $190 million in long-term salaries to three players.
Yes. That Donald Sterling.
It's a level of spending even Elton Brand struggled to believe at first, even though he's the one Clipper -- the first in franchise history -- who was widely considered a lock to be retained at any price.
"I honestly didn't think they would match ...
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