By Alex Suskind
May 04, 2014

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It's been less than a week since NBA commissioner Adam Silver booted Donald Sterling from the league. However, according to Saturday Night Live, the Clippers owner seems to be handling it well.

After being caught on tape making heinous comments about minorities, Sterling (aka cast member Bobby Moynihan in old man makeup) came out to tell everyone he was looking to make amends.

"I hope to use every penny to repair my relationship with the black community, especially Magic Johnson, who is clearly one of the good ones," he said, to nervous laughter.

SNL also took the opportunity to poke fun at former NBA All-Star and Kim Jong Un bestie Dennis Rodman, along with ex-NAACP chapter head Leon Jenkins, who was forced to resign this week after news broke that the chapter gave Sterling a lifetime achievement award.

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