The phone didn’t get a break at Elgin Baylor’s Los Angeles-area home Saturday afternoon.
Everyone seemed to want to speak to the former Clippers general manager after the racist recording attributed to the team’s owner, Donald Sterling, emerged late Friday on TMZ.com.
Baylor declined to comment until a family attorney was consulted, but the 79-year-old member of the NBA’s Hall of Fame is part of Sterling’s history with racial issues.
Baylor sued Sterling and others in February 2009 in L.A. Superior Court for wrongful termination and discrimination on the basis of age and race. Baylor, who spent 22 years as Clippers general manager before departing in 2008, later dropped the race accusation. A jury ruled in favor of Sterling in March 2011.
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