Baylor: Clippers didn't reward success
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Elgin Baylor is taking his game to a different court.
One day after filing a discrimination suit against the Los Angeles Clippers and the NBA, Baylor provided insight into his action against the team for whom he served as general manager for 22 years and the league in which he excelled as a player for 14 seasons.
"The way I was treated by the NBA and the Clippers was unfair and in many ways discriminatory. It was wrong," said Baylor, reading from a prepared ...
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