Free agent Marreese Speights has reached agreement on a deal with the Los Angeles Clippers, league sources tell @TheVertical.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojVerticalNBA) July 8, 2016 Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter: "Free agent Marreese Speights has reached agreement on a deal with the Los Angeles Clippers, league sources tell @TheVertical."
ok anything like this. Not after I’d finally come so close after so many years. Not after I’d paid my dues and proven myself. And certainly not with me splitting a pair of free throws in the Eastern Conference Finals because the opposing coach made a stratBecause I’m Not Through With This Game Yet, That’s Why — The Cauldron — Medium
Story going online now: ESPN sources say Clippers lobbying DeAndre Jordan to reverse his decision to join Dallas and stay in LA with Clips— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 8, 2015 Marc Stein on Twitter: "Story going online now: ESPN sources say Clippers lobbying DeAndre Jordan to reverse his decision to join Dallas and stay in LA with Clips"
FROM ESPN WEBSITE AFTER GAME 6.. "Before the Clippers knew who they would face in the playoffs, Blake Griffin said he would like to avoid the Spurs in the first round if possible but has responded to the challenge of facing the defending champions by playing his best basketball of the season despite battling the flu the past two games. "
Big Baby just sat down and broke his chair in the locker room.https://twitter.com/ArashMarkazi/status/544681726195154946
"Adam had far less support on Sterling than anyone knows," a league source who speaks frequently with Silver told Yahoo Sports.Yahoo Sports Adrian Wojnarowski in an article discussing Hawks minority owner Bruce Levenson self-reporting a racist email he sent and his decision to sell his stake.
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