An attorney for Donald Sterling says the Los Angeles Clippers owner has pulled his support from a deal to sell the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and will pursue his $1 billion federal lawsuit against the NBA.
Donald Sterling hasn’t quite given up the fight, but Adam Silver thinks the time is coming.
According to the LA Times, Donald Sterling has yet to sign off the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to Ex-CEO Steve Ballmer because he hopes the NBA will withdraw the $2.5 million dollar fine and the ban from league activities.
Donald Sterling has agreed to sell the Clippers and drop the lawsuit against the NBA, according to his lawyer.
A woman claiming to have been in a relationship with Donald Sterling is suing the embattled Clippers owner after she says she was fired for protesting to “a steady stream of racially and sexually offensive comments.”
While the NBA Board of Governors is set to vote on the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on Tuesday, the potential for Donald Sterling to legally challenge the sale raises more questions.
The woman Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was talking to when he made racist remarks says she was assaulted by two men outside a New York City hotel.
For decades, former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was the technology giant’s biggest cheerleader. His booming voice and energetic high-fives are famous around Seattle. Now that he’s agreed to buy the Los Angeles Clippers for $2 billion, Ballmer is expected to bring that boosterism to the hardwood down south.
Shelly Sterling says she has reached an agreement with former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to buy the Los Angeles Clippers for $2 billion.
While reports suggest embattled Clippers owner Donald Sterling has authorized his wife, Shelly, to begin reviewing bids from groups interested in buying the team, Sterling’s attorney said Wednesday that he intends to fight to maintain his ownership.
A response filed with the NBA Tuesday by embattled Clippers owner Donald Sterling claims that the league’s use of an “illegally recorded” conversation that took place during a “lovers’ quarrel” cannot be used to strip him of his ownership.
Could a move to Seattle be brewing for the Clippers?
The Los Angeles Times Thursday has revealed specifics about V. Stiviano’s deteriorating relationship with banned Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
The interim chief executive of the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday responded to a report questioning his playing experience by saying he played one season of freshman basketball at the University of Hawaii and wasn’t very good.
NBA Draft operates via a goofy lottery system. There has to be a better alternative than picking ping-pong balls out of a machine.
It’s tough to keep up with all the action in the NBA. Here’s your recap for the week through April 21st in the NBA.