Doctors say Sterling has Alzheimer's or another brain disease

Donald and Shelly Sterling were ordered by the NBA to sell the basketball franchise after Donald Sterling was heard making racial slurs against African-Americans in an audio recording.

She took over the trust in which the couple equally own the Clippers after she sent him to two physicians who certified he was mentally incapacitated.

Donald Sterling, an attorney and real estate investor, has early Alzheimer's or another brain disease, the doctors said.

But Donald Sterling and his attorneys dispute he's incapacitated.

Levanas is hearing evidence on whether Shelly Sterling acted properly when she removed her husband from the couple's trust.

The judge said he is not deciding on Donald Sterling's mental capacity. Rather, the judge is going to rule only on issues of the trust and whether its procedures were followed correctly.

Donald Sterling has said he believes the team may be worth twice the $2 billion price his wife negotiated with Ballmer, said Maxwell Blecher, another attorney for Donald Sterling.