Donald Sterling and the NBA have reportedly settled their legal fight over the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Sterling’s attorney Bobby Samini spoke on the ending of the lawsuit and spoke on the former owner’s feelings.
“Donald is pleased with the outcome and is looking forward to focusing on future endeavors,” Samini wrote.
If you don’t remember, Sterling was banned for life by the NBA after a recording of Sterling spewing racist comments was leaked.
Sterling filed a suit against the league, claiming the NBA conspired to remove him as owner of the Clippers, but a federal judges dismissed the lawsuit in March.
Sterling attempted to appeal the judge’s initial ruling, but did not file important paperwork before the deadline last month.
Samini filed a voluntary motion to dismiss the lawsuit. Details of settlement have yet to be released.