Thursday, June 12, 2014

Neurologist claims Donald Sterling unable to number a clock accurately


As if we needed any additional proof that Donald Sterling is mentally incompetent, one of the neurologists who examined the Clippers owner to see if he lacks the capacity to run an NBA franchise claims Sterling couldn't even put numbers on the face of a blank clock during a medical test.

The medical results were submitted in a new court filing obtained by TMZ Sports recently. In the documents, the two neurologists who evaluated Sterling ruled that the 80-year-old lacks the mental capacity to effectively run his NBA franchise.

One of the neurologist, who boasts more than 20 years of experience on his resume, found that Sterling had "difficulties with the sequencing tasks of reverse spelling and serial subtraction." The same doctor also noted that Sterling was unable to accurately number a clock.

Bottom line: Both neurologists agreed that Sterling's mental deficiencies in "multiple areas of mental function" make him unqualified to manage the Clippers.

9 comments:

  1. Excuse me? What ever happened to HIPAA? Isn't a person's medical record protected under this law (another law concocted by the over-sized, over-played and over-reaching government.) Unless this was revealed in a public court hearing....this Neurologist should have his license revoked.

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    1. The court can subpoena whatever records they need to make an accurate decision. I would fault whomever gave the results to the TMZ, unless of course, court documents are public record.

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  2. Why was this test never done on Al Davis? could have saved the Raiders from years of ineptitude.

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  3. The vast majority of the hypocrits should have the same tests administered and lets see their aptitude,Also drug test em,Hell I would just enjoy getting to live to be the age he is enjoying!

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  4. When will you get off his back and stop railroading him? OOPS! No harm ment against the railroad.

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  5. Because of my age every year they give me the same tests, very simple questions, the clock face was #1and very simple. if Donald Sterling can't pass this there is something wrong, BUT in America a person who has a medical problems CANNOT inter into a real estate contract. it will or can be null and void Read your real estate law ! The NBA cannot force him to sell if he has a medical problem upstairs !

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    1. Please learn how to punctuate, spell, capitalize, and make a coherent sentence before you pontificate online!! At least learn to use your spell check .... sheesh!!

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    2. It won't be a real estate transaction, and Mr. Sterling is not the owner of record rather the Sterling Family trust is the owner and his wife, due to his incapacitation is the sole trustee. He is not a party to the transaction, and while it is sad that things had to happen this way, it happens everyday to normal people through over reaching statutes such as Eminent Domain.

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  6. I believe Will Graham was the last guy who got this test wrong...

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