Donald Sterling's racially charged comments have caused two major sponsors to rethink their relationship with the Los Angeles Clippers.

CarMax, the largest used car retailer in the country, decided to terminate its relationship with the team on Monday after nine years of working together, according to 

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"These views directly conflict with CarMax’s culture of respect for all individuals. While we have been a proud Clippers sponsor for 9 years and support the team, fans and community, these statements necessitate that CarMax end its sponsorship."

Joining CarMax is State Farm, which on Monday afternoon announced it would be hitting the "pause" button on its relationship with the team in light of the recent events.

Although the insurance company is pausing its relationship with the team, this will not affect the ad campaign State Farm has with Clippers guard Chris Paul. 

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UPDATE: Several other major corporate sponsors, including Kia and Virgin America and AquaHydrate have decided to terminate their relationships with the Clippers.

UPDATE: Red Bull joins the group, meaning a half-dozen sponsors have now altered their relationships in light of Donald Sterling's comments.