In case you see any out of context quotes, here is the whole article and the piece that some tweets have misquoted:
"It was my dream to have a team in Seattle," said Ballmer, speaking locally for the first time since his $2 billion offer in May to buy the Clippers, which is held up in a court battle between the league and outgoing owner Donald Sterling. "I spent some time on that and worked on it and I wish that had worked. I don’t know when that will happen. With luck, maybe it happens in the next few years, but if it takes a few more than that, I decided that this was probably the best path for me to take."
With all these Clippers stories going around, might be time to bring our Daily Clipper out of it's summer hibernation...
I am not sure what Billups was thinking. If you would have played back up, you would have been playing PG!
So looks like billy boy is still butt-hurt about Doc's dissing him! It's going to be a fun season with BS..
"Hey, nothing personal, Jack, but f--- off."
To Chris Paul, who basically told the Clippers that after they squashed the first incarnation of their Doc Rivers trade. Chris didn't like that. He let them know he was heading to Houston to team up with Dwight. And he wasn't kidding. For about 36 hours, Morey probably felt like all 11 guys in Ocean's Eleven. You know what happened next: The Clippers blinked, the Doc trade got revived and finished, and the Clippers were offering Chris 107 million reasons to play for him. Crisis averted. The lesson, as always: Chris Paul runs the Clippers.
(Cut to Vinny Del Negro nodding wistfully.)