Donald Sterling combative on the stand at trial over Clippers sale

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Banned Los Angeles Clippers owner spoke in court today, questioned by Bert Fields. He is in the midst of a trial on whether his wife, Shelly Sterling, acted in accordance with the Sterling Family Trust when becoming the sole trustee and then selling the team. 

Donald Sterling had a lot to say, including that he thought the Clippers could get a television deal on par with the Lakers', and that they could be sold for $2.5 to $5 billion. Here are the highlights:

Donald Sterling is trying to keep control of the Clippers.
Donald Sterling is trying to keep control of the Clippers. (USATSI)
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