LOS ANGELES — He entered courtroom No. 236 with his hair dyed black and his eyes covered by sunglasses.
Then he took the witness stand and quickly, frighteningly, the world saw the real Donald Sterling.
He was combative. He was confused. He was nonsensical.
“Be a man,” he shouted at legendary attorney Bert Fields. “For God’s sakes, stand up and be a man!”
He was crude. He was insulting. He was lost.
“Tell me where that’s relevant if you’re just…