You can’t say that Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is not thinking outside the box. The New York Post reports that Ballmer has turned down an offer from Fox Sports to retain the team’s local media rights. According to the Post’s Claire Atkinson, the Clippers elected not to accept Fox’s proposal of a $60 […] The post L.A. Show More Summary
Television money in the NBA is at an all-time high, but that isn't stopping Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer from reportedly turning down a lot of local broadcast money to explore building an online service to broadcast his team's...Show More Summary
Is Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer about to cut the cord on the team’s local television broadcasts? According to Claire Atkinson of the New York Post, he’s considering it, going so far as to turn down a $60 million annual offer from the team’s current local rights-holder. Atkinson says Ballmer, the former CEO of […]
Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer turned down a $60 million per year local broadcast rights offer from Fox because he wants to air the team's games on a new standalone streaming service, Claire Atkinson of the New York Post reports. Show More Summary
The 2015 NBA offseason was beyond weird. DeAndre Jordan melted the Internet via an unprecedented on-again, off-again, then on-again free-agent dalliance with the Los Angeles Clippers. Kristaps Porzingis annihilated spellcheck, because...Show More Summary
I have met a lot of great people through this blog. One of my favorites is Audrea Harris. I met Audrea through the Los Angeles Clippers years ago. She immediately struck me as such a class act and she became a wonderful friend. I was so incredibly jazzed a year or so after we met, [...]
Los Angeles side penalised for violating the 'anti-circumvention rules' in dealing with DeAndre Jordan.
The Los Angeles Clippers have been fined $250,000 by the National Basketball Association for violating NBA rules prohibiting teams from offering players unauthorized business or investment opportunities.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban may have lost thousands last month flying himself and Chandler Parsons to Los Angeles multiple times in their failed attempts to woo DeAndre Jordan away from the Clippers, but it’s the L.A. team that’s paying the price now. On Tuesday, the NBA fined the Clippers $250,000 for activities violating the league’s […]
Another layer of complexity has been added to the DeAndre Jordan free agency saga. The NBA announced on Tuesday that they fined the Los Angeles Clippers $250,000 for breaking the NBA's "anti-circumvention" rules. The NBA prohibits teams...Show More Summary
The NBA announced Tuesday that the Los Angeles Clippers were fined $250,000 for offering center DeAndre Jordan unauthorized business opportunities, per Chris Mannix of Sports Illustrated. Liz Mullen of SportsBusiness Journal posted the...Show More Summary
The Clippers violated NBA rules by offering Jordan an improper third-party endorsement opportunity during a free-agent presentation on July 2. Another layer can be added to the DeAndre Jordan free-agency saga. The Los Angeles Clippers...Show More Summary
The NBA announced today that it has fined the Los Angeles Clippers $250,000 for violating NBA rules prohibiting teams from offering players unauthorized business or investment opportunities. The violation involved a presentation made by the Clippers to free agent DeAndre Jordan on July 2 that improperly included a potential third-party endorsement opportunity for the player. [...]
The NBA announced today that it has fined the Los Angeles Clippers $250,000 for violating NBA rules prohibiting teams from offering players unauthorized business or investment opportunities.
It looks like Crawford's time in L.A. could be coming to an end. All offseason rumors have suggested that the Los Angeles Clippers might trade Jamal Crawford as part of their roster shakeup. Those whispers will only get louder now after Frank Isola of the New York Daily News reported interest from the Knicks, Cavaliers and Heat. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Clippers Jamal Crawford is continuing to draw a lot of trade interest. The New York Daily News is reporting that the New York Knicks have entered into the fray to try to pry the two-time NBA Sixth Man of the Year away from the Clippers. Show More Summary
Don't let his 35-year-old veteran stature or the fact that he has seen some of his greatest success in the league coming off the bench fool you. Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford is still in demand, as teams are inquiring about...Show More Summary
Bragging rights will again be on the table for the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers during the 2015-16 NBA season. While the city has experienced a momentum shift in recent years due to Kobe Bryant’s deteriorating health and the rise of the Clippers’ own Big Three, it will be the [...]
Los Angeles Clippers guard Austin Rivers, who has never lacked for confidence, took his bravado to a cringeworthy level after the USA Basketball Showcase on Thursday night. Here’s what he posted Friday morning: The outcry was as strong...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Clippers and the Dallas Mavericks will meet for the first time in the 2015-16 NBA season on Oct. 29, but it’s their second meeting on Nov. 11 that has basketball fans marking their calendars. That’s when a highly anticipated reunion is set to go down: Clippers star DeAndre Jordan will come face-to-face with Mavs […]