For a price, lakers fans will get a chance to meet the 1971 World Championship Laker team at a charity event this Saturday, Dec. 8 in Santa Monica.
A jury found that the Los Angeles Clippers did not discriminate against or harass former general manager Elgin Baylor, who claimed he was forced out of the job he held for 22 years.
The former general manager of the Los Angeles Clippers has dropped allegations of racial discrimination against the team, but is pressing ahead with allegations that he was fired because of age discrimination, it was reported Saturday.
A judge says he wants jury selection in Elgin Baylor’s lawsuit against the Los Angeles Clippers and the NBA to begin.
Defense attorneys in the case against former Clippers General Manager Elgin Baylor want to prevent jurors from hearing about his playing days and any comparisons of his salary in an upcoming discrimination case.
Ex-GM Elgin Baylor claims he was “grossly underpaid” earning $350,000 per year and alleges that racial and age discrimination are to blame.