Donald Sterling has agreed to the $2-billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers negotiated by his wife, Shelly, in an agreement that will also lead the NBA to drop its administrative charges against the long-time team owners, Sterling’s attorney said this afternoon. Sterling will agree to drop his $1-billion antitrust lawsuit against the NBA and the league in turn will agree not to file any lawsuits against Sterling and drop the charges it levied against him for racially inflammatory remarks made by the Clippers owner that were posted online in late April.