Unlike the other female NBA president, Zucker actually knows a thing or two about a sports business:
Clippers hire Gillian Zucker to be new President of Business Operations | FOX Sports
The NBA season isn't two weeks old, but that didn't stop Steve Ballmer and the Los Angeles Clippers from making a pretty big organizational move.
Clippers hire Gillian Zucker as president of business operations - LA Times
The Clippers announced Thursday that they had hired longtime motorsports executive Gillian Zucker as their new president of business operations, making her the second female chief executive or president in major U.S. professional sports along with the Lakers' Jeanie Buss .
Los Angeles Clippers hire Gillian Zucker as president of business operations - ESPN Los Angeles
"I am extremely happy to add a leader like Gillian to our team," Clippers owner Steve Ballmer said in a statement. "Her clear and creative business vision, innovative approach to marketing and experience working in the Los Angeles sports market make her the perfect fit to lead the Clippers during this transcendent time."
Five games in: A look at where the Clippers stand, statistically speaking - LA Times
The Clippers have started the season with a record of 3-2. Here's a quick look at where they stand in comparison with other NBA teams at this early point.
Doc Rivers livid after blowout loss to Warriors, says they're 'better than us' - CBSSports.com
Clippers coach goes off on his squad, says the team "ran away" from Warriors rivalry game.
Adrian Wojnarowski: "Clippers are shopping for a small forward." " The Beast 980
The Clippers have to find a way to get better at small forward. They’re just not good enough there. They’ve scoured the league trying to find a small forward, but I don’t know that they have the assets or players to give up to get that kind of player back in a trade.
Draymond Green (Warriors Guard) Trolls Blake Griffin by Sticking Tongue Out | Complex
Put that thing away. I can't stand DGreen!
Jordan Brand Hangar in Los Angeles | Complex
Jordan Brand unveils a new basketball experience in Los Angeles with the Jordan Hangar.
In the second installment of a two-part series on the NBA's unsustainable schedule, Tom Haberstroh outlines the league's best options to reduce the number of back-to-backs while maintaining its brand and economic momentum.
Tom Haberstroh looks at the 10 worst 4-in-5s, or which teams have the most brutal four games in five days this season.
The negative effects of playing more back-to-back games - NBA - ESPN
In the first installment of a three-part series on the NBA's 2014-15 schedule, Tom Haberstroh examines the league's decision to add a longer All-Star break at the expense of fewer rest days during the season. More back-to-backs = bad news for the NBA.
What do you think the key to getting this team on track is? Time? A major trade? Major (additional) line up changes?