A longer version of the audio tape that contains a man believed to be Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling making racist comments was obtained by Deadspin.com on Sunday.
In the new 15-minute version, the man covers a variety of topics, including Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp, Israel, and the Holocaust.
In the following exchange between a man who is believed to be Sterling and girlfriend V. Stiviano, the man says he helps his black employees:
Stiviano: I don't understand, I don't see your views. I wasn't raised the way you were raised.
Sterling: Well then, if you don't feel - don't come to my games. Don't bring black people, and don't come.
V: Do you know that you have a whole team that's black, that plays for you?
S: You just, do I know? I support them and give them food, and clothes, and cars, and houses. Who gives it to them? Does someone else give it to them? Do I know that I have - who makes the game? Do I make the game, or do they make the game? Is there 30 owners, that created the league?
According to TMZ, Stiviano, who is black and Mexican, posted a photo of her with Magic Johnson on Instagram, but the picture was removed.
In the recording, the man believed to be Sterling says: "It bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you're associating with black people. Do you have to? You can sleep with [black people.] You can bring them in, you can do whatever you want.
The little I ask you is not to promote it ... and not to bring them to my games."
The Clippers issued a statement which read: "Mr. Sterling is emphatic that what is reflected on that recording is not consistent with, nor does it reflect his views, beliefs or feelings."
Commissioner Adam Silver said the NBA "plans to get to the bottom" of the situation.
Sterling did not attend Sunday's loss by the Clippers to Golden State in Oakland. Clippers players made a silent protest against Sterling by shedding their warm-up jerseys and going through their pregame routine with their shirts on inside out. They also wore black bands on their wrists or arms and black socks.
President Obama, speaking in Malaysia, responded to the firestorm.
He said it is a reminder that the country "continues to wrestle with the legacy of race and slavery and segregation, that's still there, the vestiges of discrimination. We constantly have to be on guard on racial attitudes that divide us rather than embracing our diversity."
Magic Johnson called upon the NBA to "come down hard" on Sterling, saying he should be ousted from the league.
"He shouldn't own a team anymore," Johnson said.
Bobcats owner Michael Jordan also responded.
"I'm obviously disgusted that a fellow team owner could hold such sickening and offensive views," he said. "I'm confident that Adam Silver will make a full investigation and take appropriate action quickly.
"As a former player, I'm completely outraged. There is no room in the NBA - or anywhere else - for the kind of racism and hatred that Mr. Sterling allegedly expressed."