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MARK J. TERRILL/AP

A full 24-hours later and people are still chiming in on the racist comments Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling said to his girlfriend.

Yesterday, TMZ posed audio on an phone call that Sterling had with his girlfriend where he instructed her not to take pictures with minorites or bring them to games.

The outrage continues to pour out about his comments. Lebron James and Kobe Bryant have become the next in the line to let Sterling know how they feel.

James told the Miami Herald:

“If the reports are true, it’s unacceptable. It’s unacceptable in our league. It doesn’t matter if you’re white, black, Hispanic, whatever, all across the races. It’s unacceptable and as a commissioner in our league, they have to make a stand, and they have to be very aggressive with it…there is no room for Donald Sterling in our league. There is no room for him.”

I’m not angry. Just disappointed more than anything. There is only 30 owners and 400-plus of us…I can only imagine if a player came out and said something of that stature what would happen to us as players. So, I believe in Adam [Silver], I believe in the NBA and they have to do something and do something very fast and quickly before this really gets out of hand. Like I said, there is no room for Donald Sterling in our league, man. There it is.”

Kobe tweeted this