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briefly, the cautionary tale of 'the clippers zone'

If you’re a reader of Deadspin–ostensibly, the sports page of Gawker Media–you’ve likely come across a series of oral histories called “The Clippers Zone”, featuring participants in the disaster that was the Donald Sterling-era San Diego/Los Angeles Clippers. 182 more words

Life

Changes May Follow Clippers' Collapse

LOS ANGELES (AP) – The Clippers were on the verge of finally shedding the dubious reputation that has dogged them for decades only to lose in the second round of the playoffs for the third time in four years. 662 more words

Sports

Flashback: "Magic Johnson? . . . He's Got AIDS!"

A year ago this week, Los Angeles Clippers then-owner Donald Sterling, an NAACP honoree, sat down for an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper.  Sterling had been the subject of controversy after his black girlfriend, Vivian Stiviano audio taped a conversation in which he asked that she not be seen at Clippers games with black people.   166 more words

Flashback

Los Angeles Clippers saved itself from impunity

The Los Angeles Clippers pulled itself together for a Game 7 win against the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs. Los Angeles got a real team effort in the win, thus saving itself from any type of blowup Steve Ballmer or Doc Rivers may have had to do if the result did not go in their favor. 316 more words

NBA

STEVE BALLMER JUST CAN'T TAKE IT

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — Maybe the most fun part of this Clippers run has been getting to see their always intense owner Steve Ballmer… 62 more words

Off The Court

Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer Badly Missed A Fist Bump Last Night

Nobody seems to cheer harder for the Clippers than their owner, Steve Ballmer. We’re not really sure why people get such a delight in his dorky exuberance, especially since the former CEO of Microsoft… 121 more words

DimeMag

Microsoft Job Opening

When Microsoft realized that the Windows 8 interface didn’t make sense to most of its users, they decided it was time to hire someone capable of explaining things to the public in a simple, understandable way. 214 more words

Computers