Attributing Sterling's puffy face to medication he's taking for the cancer, a gleeful Page Six notes that "This could wind up being a pretty short ban."
It wouldn't be the first time Sterling has made headlines over prostate issues.
In 2002, Sterling famously refused to pay for then-assistant coach Kim Hughes to have surgery for prostate cancer. The billionaire's reasoning was that if he made an exception for Hughes to have the $70,000 surgery, he'd have to make it for everyone.
Instead, four players chipped in to pay for the procedure.
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