Players for the Los Angeles Clippers -- whose owner, Donald Sterling, purportedly made racist comments that were caught on tape -- made their statement Sunday before Game 4 against the Warriors without saying any words. They met at midcourt, discarding their shooting shirts and revealing warm-ups that had been turned inside-out to hide the team's name:

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The players weren't alone, as Warriors fans made their voices heard at Oracle Arena:

Warriors fan protesting Clippers owner Donald Sterling

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Add this to another wordless statement made by Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, who posted an image of an all-black screen to Instagram on Saturday:


The NBA is looking into Sterling's comments. Commissioner Adam Silver said the league will move "extraordinarily quickly" in its investigation.

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