The day after an NBA investigation opened up looking into racist comments linked to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, the team's players responded.

Before Game 4 of their playoff series against the Golden State Warriors, the team took off their shooting shirts and dumped them at center court. They also flipped their Clippers T-shirts inside out, hiding the logo.

The Clippers took the floor at Oracle Arena and then gathered at center court and took off their Clippers shooting shirts.
The Clippers took off their shooting shirts and dumped them at center court. pic.twitter.com/Nod5QWsWJy
The Clippers have turned their shirts inside out and are warming up in generic red shirts. pic.twitter.com/dUST40wBaO

The team discussed boycotting Game 4 during a 45-minute team meeting on Saturday, but quickly decided against it, according to the Associated Press.

"I think the biggest statement we can make as men, not as black men, as men, is to stick together and show how strong we are as a group," Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. "It's easy to protest. The protest will be in our play."