Is the NBA’s Action Against Sterling Constitutional?

NBAThe alleged taping of LA Clippers owner, Donald Sterling’s private talk is being used to blackball him from the NBA and take a team from him which he paid for with his own money.  The US Constitution guarantees freedom of speech, freedom of association and protections of personal property.  All seem to have been violated here as Mark Cuban so aptly noted in the case of Donald Sterling who has the right to be a moron.

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  1. His right to freedom of speech was violated and also was his right to defend his life was taken from him in that same process. And that man spoke in the privacy of his own home. For using a descriptive adjective to describe the appearance of a gang or person who could have the intent to rob or murder him and that crime it appears to have taken place with the approval of this present judicial government presiding.?

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