Los Angeles Clippers
When the 2013-2014 Warriors take the floor Saturday for their do-or-die matchup with the Los Angeles Clippersit will be the first time in 37 years the Dubs have played in the most dramatic stage the NBA has to offer.
“At some point you have to give credit to defense,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew. “I know that’s a lot tougher in basketball because it’s the same guys playing offense and defense. But if that were football you’d give a lot of credit to defense.”
After receiving a lifetime ban from the NBA, multiple media outlets reported Thursday that Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has prostate cancer.
Leon Jenkins resigned on Thursday, following the controversy surrounding the Los Angeles NAACP’s decision to award LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling with a lifetime achievement award.
Warriors coach Mark Jackson said his players have been just as drained the past five days by the Sterling scandal. But he downplayed the impact the ruling had on either team.
From Oprah to Magic Johnson to Larry Ellison, there are many potential buyers who would be glad to take the L.A. Clippers off of Donald Sterling’s hands.
Now that the NBA has banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling from attending games and participating in league activities for life, the focus moves to whether he’ll be forced to sell the team.
In all the fury about Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s ugly comments, and in all the backslapping about the NBA’s unprecedented sanctions, very little has been said about the uncomfortable truth of the matter: Donald Sterling is hardly the only American whose vision isn’t colorblind.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned for life by the NBA in response to racist comments the league says he made in an audio recording.
Can the Los Angeles Clippers put aside the controversy swirling around the team’s owner when they face the Warriors in Game Five of their playoff series in L.A. Tuesday night?