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NBA Landscape Update 1.1 Details


In the ever changing world of the NBA Off-Season, things have happened. Here are the changes that were made in the NBA Landscape between versions 1.0 and 1.1.

Collison & Ballmer: the potential of deep pockets


Darren Collison is opting out of his deal, making him a free agent, but that doesn't mean he won't be a Clipper going forward. A new ownership group is a big plus for the Clippers as Collison...

Gentry to Warriors, Collison Wants to Come Back?


According to reports, Clippers assistant coach Alvin Gentry is leaving the team to join Steve Kerr's staff in Golden State. Additionally, Clippers backup PG Darren Collison is rumored to have...

Clippers Mock Draft Round Up


As we head into the week preceding the NBA draft, let's look at who the mock drafts have the Clippers choosing at #28.

Sterling v. Sterling: The Lawsuit Begins


The first post in a series of posts further outlining California Trust law as it relates to the Sterling matter

Clippers restructure front office, promote Doc Rivers to president -


The Los Angeles Clippers have restructured their front office, with Doc Rivers' title changing from senior vice president of basketball operations to president, the team announced on Monday. (From John Raffo 8:10PM): One assumes it's Rivers making the decision, so basically, he just gave himself a promotion. Perhaps more significantly, Dave Wohl was named General Manager and Gary Sacks was demoted to Assistant GM. I'd be surprised if Sacks hung around but then there's those 2 year contracts that Shelly Sterling allegedly negotiated for Sacks and Eric Miller when she made the deal with Steve Ballmer. One might guess that this is all happening with Ballmer in the loop, but who the hell knows. All the Sterlings (and Miller) need to do the honorable thing, walk to the nearest exit and jump off a bridge. Sooner would be better than later.



You revealed that players from both teams planned to stage a dramatic protest after the tip-off. What did they have in mind? It would have gone down in history as a stance against what was said, and rightfully so. That was the day they (NBA officials) were announcing the punishment, the morning of our game. Our players and their players got together and the plan was if the punishment was not sufficient, when the referee threw the ball up nobody would jump, the ball would hit the ground and both sides would head to the locker room and not play. It would have been very interesting.

Australian basketball star Andrew Bogut opens up on life in the NBA | Herald Sun

Sterling probate showdown set for July 7


The hearing to determine if Shelly Sterling had the authority to sell the Clippers acting as sole trustee of the trust that owns the team has been set for July 7 -- several days into the crucial...

Sterling makes a statement that is so Sterling


We just didn't understand Donald Sterling before -- it turns out, he's a freedom fighter, taking a stand to protect the rights of citizens like you and m.

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