Some of these links you may have seen/heard about, but still take a look/listen again:
Kings looking for a clear path - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN
NEW YORK -- There’s good news and bad news; which do you want first? Even as NBA commissioner David Stern shared the happy news that the Hornet
Dwayne Schintzius dead at age 43 - ESPN
Former NBA and University of Florida basketball player Dwayne Schintzius died Sunday afternoon from respiratory failure. He was 43.
Kings fiasco another look into the ugly art of NBA deal-making - NBA - CBSSports.com News, Scores, Stats, Fantasy Advice
The Maloofs agreed to an arena deal in Sacramento. Now, despite Mayor Kevin Johnson's unlikely feat of raising $255M, they're backing out. Ken Berger says welcome to NBA negotiations, where nothing seems to add up.
David Stern petitioned to force Sacramento Kings sale - ESPN
Sacramento business leaders are asking NBA commissioner David Stern and league owners to strongly encourage the Maloof family to sell the Kings so a deal for a new arena can proceed.
How much is a handshake worth? - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN
i knew that deal when kj got up and was all a sham...Maloofs want out of SacTown, plain and simple...
Kevin Arnovitz is joined by Clippers GM Neil Olshey to discuss the Chris Paul trade, Blake Griffin's reputation, the keys to success in the postseason, Donald Sterling and DeAndre Jordan.
Jason Smith Explains Why He Completely Decked Blake Griffin | Dime Magazine (dimemag.com) : Daily NBA News, NBA Trades, NBA Rumors, Basketball Videos, Sneakers
Chris Paul says the only people who hate Blake Griffin are the poor souls he's dunking on.
Clippers are still learning how to win - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES -- Vinny Del Negro laughed when he was asked if he was concerned about Saturday afternoon’s game against the Golden State Warriors.
The Times' NBA rankings - latimes.com
7. CLIPPERS (37-23) Looks like possible happy endings for Clipper Darrell and Vinny Del Negro. (7)
NBA game of the week: Oklahoma City at Clippers, Monday - latimes.com
The Clippers have won two of three against the Western Conference-leading Thunder, and another victory could give them a psychological edge should the teams meet in the playoffs.