The NBA appointed a new chief executive for the Los Angeles Clippers, but the furor over the team's ownership has yet to die down. 

The new interim CEO is Dick Parsons, the former Chairman of Time Warner and Citibank.  The NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says Parsons will bring the Clippers instant credibility.

Meanwhile the complicated fight over who owns the Clippers goes on.  The embattled Donald Sterling, whose racially insensitive remarks began this entire saga, says he will fight to keep the team.  Sterling's estranged wife Shelly says she owns 50% of the Clippers.

The NBA says it wants brand new owners.