Corporate sponsors are starting to flee from the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday after a tape surfaced over the weekend of the team's owner Donald Sterling allegedly making racist remarks. This is just the latest ball to drop for the team. The first 2 companies to leave the organization were CarMax and State Farm. Robert Tuchman, President of GoViva breaks down what may be ahead for the Clippers in terms of sponsorship and fan support.

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