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Doc spurns Sterling, believes that's his voice


Coach Doc Rivers says he turned down an opportunity to speak to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling in the wake of the racist remarks allegedly made by Sterling.
   Rivers also says he believes Sterling made the remarks and that he isn't sure about his future with the team if Sterling remains the owner.
   Rivers said he isn't sure he could continue being the team's coach and executive vice president of player personnel with Sterling as the owner.
   "For me, I honestly don't even want to answer that question, because I don't know," Rivers said.
   Rivers canceled practice Monday, the day after the Clippers lost Game 4 of their first-round series against the Golden State Warriors 118-97.

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