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Los Angeles Clippers – In With Steve Ballmer, Out With Donald Sterling

Posted on 13 Aug, 2014, by in NBA

It seems that Doc Rivers can stop making threats, or Chris Paul can sleep easier. Steve Ballmer is officially $2 billion poorer, but the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, while Donald Stering is on his way out; not just from the league, but from recognition altogether, becoming just an old, retired and rich racist and not one with a team. More

Los Angeles Clippers Finally Taken Away From Donald Sterling

Posted on 29 Jul, 2014, by in NBA

Is the saga over? A judge ruled that Donald Sterling attempting to block the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to Steve Ballmer isn’t going to work, but there are always appeals to be made if you have the money and right lawyers to delay an inevitability from happening. More

Los Angeles Clippers – Steve Ballmer is Their New Owner

Posted on 30 May, 2014, by in NBA

It’s going to take some time before this becomes official as Donald Sterling isn’t going down without a fight, but as of now the Los Angeles Clippers have been sold by Shelly Sterling to Steve Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO who has strong ties to the city of Seattle, and the $2 billion deal should be approved by the NBA and at least 75% of the other team owners. More

Los Angeles Clippers – Who Does Shelly Sterling Sell to?

Posted on 26 May, 2014, by in NBA

Before we answer the question in the title, it’s also important to see if the NBA actually allows Shelly Sterling to take control of the Los Angeles Clippers and handle the sale of the franchise, or is the league going to terminate the Sterling’s ownership and handle the transaction themselves. More

LeBron James Doesn’t Want the Sterling Family in the NBA

Posted on 12 May, 2014, by in NBA

There’s no simple solution to the Donald Sterling situation regarding his ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers. To make matters more complicated, his estranged wife Shelly Sterling wants to remain the owner of the team once he is removed. LeBron James, who doesn’t just speak for himself but usually represents a lot of other players, has said the players don’t want anyone from that family to have anything to do with the team or the NBA. More