The NBA announced on Tuesday it will ban Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life. Additionally, league commissioner Adam Silver stated Sterling would be fined $2.5 million. Silver also immediately recommended to the NBA Board of Governors that they force a sale of the Clippers and he would do everything in his power to ensure that happens. TheStreet's Kori Hale speaks with GoViva president Ronald Tuchman to find out exactly how things might play out for the Clippers going forward.

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