While Donald Sterling was dealing with the NBA taking his team, he may have been also battling prostate cancer, according to the New York Post's sources.
The report says that Sterling was expected to die two years ago, but of course, he's an affluent person, so the treatment's affordable.
From the Post:
"People have been predicting his imminent demise. I'm sure he has the best . . . drugs money can buy," said the source, who works closely with pro sports teams. "He can do anything to keep himself alive."
The source said some of the medication Sterling has been taking is responsible for the puffy appearance of his face.
Another source said Sterling, 80, was specifically suffering from prostate cancer.
The report also claims that in the fallout of his lifetime ban, Sterling's been phoning friends, asking them to tell him he's not a racist.