Well the hits to the Los Angeles Clippers just keep on coming.

Released in a statement earlier by the NBA, the President of the  Clippers, Andy Roeser is taking and indefinite leave of absence effective immediately.

“This will provide an opportunity for a new CEO to begin on a clean slate and for the team to stabilize under difficult circumstances,” the NBA’s statement said.

Roeser has been with the Clippers since 1984 and has held the role as president since 1986. 

This step comes only one week after the NBA fined and banned the Clippers owner Donald Sterling, was heard making racist comments. This is just another step the NBA is taking to relieve Donald Sterling of the franchise. 

Your Jersey Girlfriend, 

Marcelle English 

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