Magic Johnson, DeAndre Jordan and others react to Donald Sterling


Donald Sterling is racist in an industry filled with people who are not the same race as him. Those people are not pleased.

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Donald Sterling is a huge racist. We've known this for a long while, but more stuff came out on Friday. When that stuff came out, the Internet began to explode. So let's round up the most notable reactions. (We'll keep adding as more players and more official comments come out.)

The NBA released a statement saying it it will be looking into it:

"We are in the process of conducting a full investigation into the audio recording obtained by TMZ. The remarks heard on the recording are disturbing and offensive, but at this time we have no further information."

It's not fully clear what a full investigation means -- are they making sure the recording isn't doctored? -- or what action they'll take, but this is more than the league has done regarding allegations of Sterling's racism in the past.

Here's the Inside the NBA crew, unanimously condemning Sterling:

The firestorm was sparked unwittingly by a picture of Magic Johnson. His reaction was understandable:

A lot of people are curious how the Clippers' black players will react. DeAndre Jordan made his opinions felt without saying a word:

But don't expect a boycott:

Chris Paul didn't have anything concrete to say, but was troubled by Sterling's comments:

LeBron James was FIRM in denouncing Sterling:

Kobe fired a shot:

Baron Davis, who was famously heckled by Sterling, had this to say:

ESPN college football analyst Desmond Howard had a spectacular response:

And of course, there was Snoop Dogg.

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