Tag Archive: Clippers

Feb 24

Draymond Green had a pretty eventful night against the Clippers


NBA fans know Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green as an excitable character. The do-everything star’s penchant for talking trash and, yes, kicking out at opponents is sometimes indistinguishable from the fire that makes him such a force at both ends. Those extracurriculars are now expected parts of his game, if not always accepted ones. …

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May 15

The Sports Bank.net: Condoleezza Rice shoots down rumors of co-owning Clippers


Condoleezza Rice, the former Secretary of State, and now member of the college football playoff committee, shot down ideas that she’ll co-purchase the L.A. Clippers from the NBA.* Rice, a basketball fan, addressed the racist comments made by d-bag Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

Apr 29

Sterling banned for life by the NBA


NEW YORK (AP) — Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned for life by the NBA in response to racist comments the league says he made in a recorded conversation. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver also says he will try to force a sale of the Clippers and also fined Sterling $2.5 million. Silver …

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Apr 26

NBA investigating Clippers Owner Donald Sterling over racist remarks


L.A. Clippers Owner Donald Sterling has been much maligned for some time. He’s regarded to be one of the worst guys in the NBA. And the Donald Sterling news breaking this morning only further destroys his reputation. Donald Sterling does not want it broadcast that she is “associating with black people,” including Magic Johnson. If …

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May 14

Cries from the Crowd: CFC NBA Playoffs Round 2 Preview


Let’s all be honest with each other. The first round of the NBA playoffs weren’t that great. Sure there was some good games, but everybody we thought would win pretty much did. That’s okay though, because it looks like we’ll have some closer games for the second round. Before that though, I just want to …

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Feb 01

NBA MVP Power Rankings: LeBron James Reigns, Kobe Bryant Challenges


LeBron James remains the king of the SBNation.com NBA MVP Power Rankings as we enter February, but there’s a switch at No. 2 as Kobe Bryant crawls past Kevin Durant on the strength of a well-rounded floor game. Further down the board, Kyle Lowry falls out of the top 10 as his individual performance slides, …

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