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Biggest sports scandals of all time

Published: Jun 05 2013 02:38:47 PM EDT   Updated On: Apr 29 2014 02:45:02 PM EDT

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was suspended from the NBA for life and fined the maximum $2.5 million after a league investigation determined racist comments on a recording were indeed made by Sterling. From questionable wins to doping allegations, here's a look at sports scandals that shocked the world.

LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling
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Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was suspended from the NBA for life and fined the maximum $2.5 million after a league investigation determined racist comments on a recording were indeed made by Sterling. Basketball Commissioner Adam Silver also said he wants to force Sterling to sell the team. From questionable wins to doping allegations, here's a look at other sports scandals that have shocked the world.

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