Late Night TV Tackles Donald Sterling's Lifetime Ban

(Undated) -- Donald Sterling's lifetime ban from the NBA has once again made him the target of late-night TV hosts. On NBC's "Tonight Show" Tuesday, Jimmy Fallon pointed out the irony in the fact that the Clippers owner's racist remarks landed him on the "blacklist." He also made up a few sponsors that might stick with Sterling despite his behavior.
Meanwhile on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Kimmel said he's heard that Sterling is keeping his spirits up by watching "12 Years a Slave" in reverse. And over on NBC's "Late Night," Seth Meyers joked that Sterling is playing it safe this week by always answering his phone with, "I love black people." Meyers also added another punishment for Sterling. He said he's now facing a lifetime ban, a two-and-a-half-million-dollar fine, and two free throws.
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Jimmy Fallon jokes about Donald Sterling ending up on the blacklist.
Jimmy Fallon names a few sponsors who are sticking with Donald Sterling.

Seth Meyers adds to Donald Sterling's punishment.
Seth Meyers says Donald Sterling isn't "super psyched" about the phone right now.

Jimmy Kimmel jokes about what Donald Sterling is doing these days.
Jimmy Kimmel jokes about how long a lifetime ban will last for someone as old as Donald Sterling.
Jimmy Kimmel finds out if anyone wants to congratulate Donald Sterling on an NAACP Award.
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