Clippers coach Doc Rivers said employees on the team's business side considered not working for the franchise after owner Donald Sterling's racist comments were exposed a week ago. Rivers met with team employees who were still upset and angry Friday morning, several days after Sterling was banned for life from the NBA. ''What I witnessed today, you realize this thing has touched a lot of people,'' Rivers said hours later at the Clippers' training complex in Playa Vista. ''The people that didn't do anything are being harmed by this, and I wish we could find the right solution, and I don't have it.'' Rivers made the trip downtown at the request of other top executives with the Clippers, who will play the Golden State Warriors in Game 7 of their first-round playoff series Saturday night.



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