The Mogotti Casual. If you haven't already, follow LobCityClipps on YouTube. They always got the best highlights with Ralph & Mike announcing.
Best to her as she battles Alzheimer's
The Maloofs would have had to take a $67 million loan from the NBA to make a Sacramento arena deal happen – money NBA Commissioner David Stern was ready to pay. The Kings already owe the city about that much and the franchise also is said to owe the NBA anywhere from $75 million to $100 million or more. Adding $67 million in Stern charity would have pushed the Kings debt to around $200 million. The Maloofs own only a bit more than 50 percent of the Kings. Forbes magazine values the team at around $300 million. You do the math: The Maloofs' share of the Kings is worth roughly $150 million and they would have had to take on $200 million to play ball with Sacramento. That's called being underwater, folks.
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Important information as the Clips are trying to stay ahead of the Griz. Gasol is unlikely to play tonight. Also, Kobe will miss tonights game against the Spurs. The 3rd seed may be a real possibility for the Clippers.
Thought this was funny, especially the guy's story about gambling with KD. Doesn't surprise me Wussell Restbwook wasn't too pleased.
I love the comment: "You wasted all this time to write a lengthy column about how a low IQ player, Nick Young, was wrong after an emotional and hard fought victory over the best team in the West?" If Bledsoe, Williams, and Young are playing consistent above average ball, they would be one of the best second unit in the game