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Report: Clippers, Glen Davis still talking about potential deal

The Clippers have an improved front line rotation. Of course Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan will start (and get the most minutes), but now behind them will come Josh Smith and Cole Aldrich. 243 more words

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Steve Ballmer's letter to Clippers Family after $250k fine

After the NBA fined the Los Angeles Clippers $250,000 for violating the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) in their presentation to free agent DeAndre Jordan, the team’s owner Steve Ballmer sent the following letter to the staff: 233 more words


Here Are Five NBA Players Who Should Listen To Rick Barry And Shoot Free Throws Underhanded

Rick Barry is the NBA’s quintessential angry old man. The former Golden State Warriors superstar pulls no punches when it comes to evaluating modern basketball. He’ll condemn anything from… 1,177 more words


Ralph Lawler: $250k fine no more than a hand slap, NBA had to remind all teams to respect CBA

Ralph Lawler is the longtime voice of the Los Angeles Clippers and he joins The Home Team while on vacation today to discuss the latest news about the team. 233 more words


NBA: Clippers Violated League Rules In Jordan Pitch, Fines Team $250K

NEW YORK (AP) — The NBA has fined the Los Angeles Clippers $250,000 after an investigation found the team had violated league rules while trying to re-sign DeAndre Jordan last month. 113 more words


Clippers' owner Steve Ballmer says steps that led to $250,000 DeAndre Jordan fine were "inadvertent"

There are times it’s clear that Steve Ballmer, though unquestionably passionate, still is on the NBA owner learning curve. There have been a few stumbles, to put it kindly. 384 more words

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Report: NBA says Michael Jordan can't decide who gets Air Jordan shoe deal

This ties into why Clippers offering DeAndre Jordan a $200,000 a year sponsorship with Lexus led to a $250,000 fine

Michael Jordan’s Air Jordan shoe brand through Nike dominates the market — 58 percent of basketball shoes sold last year were Jordans. 265 more words

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