We’re a little over 24 hours away from the NBA Finals getting underway pitting the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James against the “Splash Brothers” of Golden State.
Since the NBA All-Star Game was established in 1951, five players who represented Los Angeles have been named most valuable player of the annual score-fest.
It’s a game most Laker fans would rather forget – most, it seems, except for Earvin “Magic” Johnson.
Magic Johnson wants the Los Angeles Lakers to lose for their own good. Coach Byron Scott thinks they are better off learning how to win.
In the age of me over we ball, Duncan is a corrupt cliche – a winner.We judge stars by rings more than ever. The Heat didn’t win; LeBron won. Kobe or Shaq won a decade ago. But when the Spurs win, Duncan is part of a greater whole, lost in a selfless, Vulcan coda.
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.
Sparks part owner Magic Johnson wasn’t on hand to see his new team win their first home game. But he would have been proud of the dominant third quarter by Candace Parker on Sunday.
Magic Johnson joked about his involvement in the controversy surrounding Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling while delivering the keynote address at the National Restaurant Association Show.
Sports legend Magic Johnson has responded to a verbal attack by banned Clippers owner Donald Sterling, which occurred in the middle of what was originally meant to be an apology.
NBA owners discussed Donald Sterling’s CNN interview and the plans to terminate his ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers in the third meeting of the advisory/finance committee.
The LA City Council is demanding that Donald Sterling apologize to basketball legend Magic Johnson and LA residents for his racist remarks.
A source is saying that current Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, who was banned from the NBA for life by Commissioner Adam Silver earlier Tuesday, has said that he has no intention to sell the team.
Los Angeles sports icons, local leaders, and fans alike took to social media Tuesday to react to the NBA’s announcement of a lifetime ban for Clippers owner Donald Sterling over racist comments he made.
If ticket prices are any measure, the value of the Los Angeles Clipper franchise could be plummeting.
An ownership group led by Earvin “Magic” Johnson may be interested in purchasing the Los Angeles Clippers in the event that owner Donald Sterling is asked or forced to sell the team over alleged racist comments, according to a Yahoo Sports report.