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BREAKING: Judge Rules Against Donald Sterling, Clippers To Be Sold To Ballmer for $2 Billion

[caption id="attachment_28559" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (May 29, 2014 - Source: Jeff Gross/Getty Images North America)[/caption] Per media reports, a probate judge ruled against Donald Sterling's attempt to block the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer. Ballmer, who purchased the Clippers for two billion, has been blocked by Sterling from purchasing the Clippers in trying to keep control of the team that he has own since
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BREAKING: Ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Wins Bid To Buy Clippers for $2 Billion

[caption id="attachment_27132" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Stephen Brashear/Getty Images North America)[/caption] LOS ANGELES – According to media reports, former Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer has won the bid to buy the Los Angeles Clippers for $2 billion. Ballmer, 58, beat out the Los Angeles-based investment group of Tony Ressler and Bruce Karsh and a group of investors from the Guggenheim group that included David Geffen. Per sources, the Geffen-led group offered $1.6 billion
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Donald Sterling: New NBA Commissioner Adam Silver Needs To Take A Stand

[caption id="attachment_25694" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Alex Trautwig/Getty Images North America)[/caption] LOS ANGELES – 48 hours after racist comments made in private to his girlfriend by Donald Sterling were first reported by TMZ, new deputy NBA commissioner Adam Silver needs to take a stand. With non-stop calls for his ouster and corporate sponsors either suspending or terminating their relationship with the Clippers, Silver’s first real test as NBA commissioner is not only
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Chris Paul Is Not The Reason For Vinny Del Negro’s Departure From Clippers

Vinny Del Negro did not get his contract extended by the Los Angeles Clippers and now it seems that point guard Chris Paul is getting blamed for the dismissal, which is a ridiculous notion. The two players deserving blame are DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin who have very little to improve their overall play. Paul had a very good 2012-2013 averaging 16.9 points, 9.7 assists, 3.7 rebounds, 2.4 steals on 48.1 percent shooting, 32.8 percent from beyond the arc and
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2013 NBA Free Agency: Why The Dallas Mavericks Make The Most Sense For Chris Paul

The 2013 NBA playoffs started well for the Los Angeles Clippers winning the first two games of their first-round series against the Memphis Grizzlies. Including a game winning floater by Chris Paul in game two. Yet, Memphis made the necessary adjustments and won the next four games to end Los Angeles' season. A disappointing end to a franchise best 56 wins and their first Pacific Division title. Like Dwight Howard, Paul got ejected in an elimination game loss. Now the