David Leon Moore, USA TODAY
LOS ANGELES (USA Today)—Donald Sterling’s combative, rambling proclamations on the witness stand — and his vulgar outburst off the stand — have drawn the most attention here in the probate trial that could determine whether his wife, Shelly, can go through with her proposed $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
But Shelly and her lawyers continue to build momentum in the case.
The trial was in recess last week because of scheduling conflicts with the judge and the lawyers.
But Judge Michael Levanas ruled in favor of Shelly’s side Friday in two areas.