LeBron to hold strike if Sterling doesn’t sell LA Clippers The NBA’s biggest star has thrown down the gauntlet on the Donald Sterling case and is prepared to lead a players strike next season if Sterling still owns Los Angeles Clippers. ‘I was just in the locker room 3, 4 days ago. LeBron and I talked about it,’ NBA Players Association Vice President Roger Mason Jr. told interviewer Jim Rome on Showtime. ‘He ain’t playing if Sterling is still an owner.’ LeBron James has been outspoken in his condemnation of Sterling ever since a recording emerged of the NBA owner making racist comments about black people in an argument with his girlfriend. The NBA has banned Sterling for life and levied a $2.5million fine against him. Commissioner Adam Silver has said he plans to try to force Sterling to sell the team. Read more at The DailyMail Online.