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Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson joined the show to talk about Donald Sterling’s remarks and the series against the Clippers.

Jackson said that he couldn’t coach for Sterling. And he said that the scandal was a distraction for him on Sunday – and for everyone else involved in the game.

“I sensed it was a distraction for everybody,” Jones said. “It affected us all. That’s plain as day.”

Jackson also said he would have liked to see fans boycott the game. He wishes the Clippers and Warriors were playing in front of an empty arena.

Jackson also wanted to point out that this isn’t an isolated incident. “Let’s not be fooled into believing he’s the only successful person that has those beliefs,” Jackson said.

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