It's natural to view Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan as a somewhat dispensable third wheel to Chris Paul and Blake Griffin. When you play with two of the best talents in the league, that will happen. It might even be easyShow More Summary
Citing his new duties as owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, etc., former Microsoft CEO Steven Ballmer is leaving the company's board. Read the rest
When DeAndre Jordan crashes into next summer with a diametric combination of awesome physical ability and clear-as-day offensive limitations, the Los Angeles Clippers center will be one of the most sought after unrestricted free agents...Show More Summary
The tech company’s former chief executive said new responsibilities, including ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers, have made him too busy to serve.
Steve Ballmer has decided his new role as owner of the Los Angeles Clippers hasn't left him enough free time for other responsibilities—like serving on Microsoft's board. Ballmer, Microsoft CEO for 14 years until he stepped down in February, says he is "very busy" and is stepping down with...
Steve Ballmer steps down from the corporation's board to focus on Los Angeles Clippers.
Looks like Steve Ballmer is enjoying his new job as owner of the Los Angeles Clippers. The former Microsoft CEO is, shall we say, an expressive guy (click here to see what we mean), and he did not disappoint at a fan rally held last night at the Staples Center. Show More Summary
"HARDCORE baby! Nothing gets in our way! Boom! The hardcore Clippers, that’s us!” At his official unveiling as owner of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team this week (pictured), Steve Ballmer, the former chief executive of Microsoft, was his usual vocal self. Show More Summary
Now that he's finally owner of the Los Angeles Clippers after a summer of courtrooms and controversy, Steve Ballmer has mapped out his retirement, and it no longer includes Microsoft. The day after ebulliently leading a Clippers fanShow More Summary
Just because he served as the CEO of one of the world's leading corporations doesn't make Steve Ballmer stiff and reserved. On Monday afternoon, the new Los Angeles Clippers owner slam-dunked his entrance at the Clippers Fan Festival. Show More Summary
New Clippers owner Steve Ballmer was introduced at a fan rally on Monday, and the enthusiastic Ballmer made quite the impression. There was palpable joy in the air when the Los Angeles Clippers officially introduced new owner Steve Ballmer at a fan rally on Monday. Show More Summary
When Steve Ballmer agreed to purchase the Los Angeles Clippers for a reported $2 billion, many felt he was overpaying for the franchise simply because the team was a toy he wanted and he was willing to pay whatever it took to make that happen. Show More Summary
Good for Steve Ballmer. The guy has pretty much all the money in the entire world, but still manages to get insanely enthusiastic about a paltry $2 billion investment he made in the Los Angeles Clippers. If I had been a billionaire for as long as he has, I don’t know what would excite me. […]
- A fist-pumping, high-fiving Steve Ballmer enthusiastically vowed to run a "hard core" NBA franchise that will win championships during a rally to introduce the new owner to Los Angeles Clipper fans.
LOS ANGELES — April 29, 2014 feels like a distant memory now for the Los Angeles Clippers and their fans, and not just because that day came four months ago. That was the day that thousands of Clippers fans shuffled ambivalently through...Show More Summary
Let's get something out of the way. The Los Angeles Clippers, as currently constructed, are title contenders. The Clippers have the league's best point guard in Chris Paul, one of the most dynamic offensive talents in the league in Blake...Show More Summary
By Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - With his trademark top-of-the-lungs, high-fiving, rambunctious enthusiasm, former Microsoft Corp chief executive Steve Ballmer introduced himself to Los Angeles Clippers fans on Monday, promising a new era for the NBA team after former owner Donald Sterling was banned for life over racist remarks. Show More Summary
New Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer introduced himself to fans in an introductory pep rally at the Staples Center on Monday, and he did not disappoint. Ballmer, the former Microsoft CEO who's known for his emotional speeches, was beyond excited. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Sweating, clapping and shouting until he was nearly hoarse, Steve Ballmer introduced himself to Los Angeles Clippers fans at a rally on Monday celebrating his new ownership of the NBA team.
Most professional team owners like to stay in the background but it looks like Steve Ballmer is going to take a different approach. Microsoft’s CEO, who bought the Los Angeles Clippers after the Donald Sterling Fiasco, won’t absolutely nuts during a rally today. Ballmer has basically been screaming for 15 minutes….fans standing and screaming back…never […]