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Halford is a major NBA fan, and talks about which song on Judas Priest’s upcoming album would sound great during a game.
A source told the AP that Sterling’s investigators are looking into whether other owners made any off-color jokes, or racist or sexist remarks: “The gloves are off, as they say.”
Sterling says he’s not just fighting for the Clippers but taking a stand against the NBA, which he called “despicable monsters” who want “to take away our privacy rights and freedom of speech.”
Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has pulled his support from a deal to sell the team to former Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer and will pursue his $1 billion federal lawsuit against the NBA, his attorney said Monday.
The Rev. Al Sharpton and other civil rights leaders say they’ve had a “constructive” meeting about racial issues in the NBA with Commissioner Adam Silver.
A Long Island man was charged Tuesday with assault as a hate crime, among other counts, in connection with the alleged assault of V. Stiviano outside a New York City hotel. A second person is still being sought.
Her attorney Mac Nehoray says she was attacked by two men Sunday night as she left a restaurant in the Meatpacking District.
Just when you thought the whole Donald Sterling fiasco couldn’t get worse, it has.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has agreed to buy the Los Angeles Clippers for a record-breaking $2 billion. Now it’s up to others whether the deal goes through.
Once she got control of her estranged husband’s share of the Los Angeles Clippers, Shelly Sterling reportedly vowed to make nice with the NBA and the rest of the sports world and sell the club quickly. It appears she will very soon.
Donald Sterling has agreed to surrender his stake in the Los Angeles Clippers to his estranged wife, and she is moving ahead with selling the team, a person with knowledge of the negotiations told The Associated Press on Friday.
The exiled Clippers owner, who is expected to be voted out, has until May 27 to respond to the charge, and the right to appear at the hearing..
A cadre of attorneys and a flurry of lawsuits could certainly slow down the NBA’s plan to force Donald Sterling to sell the Los Angeles Clippers, but legal experts say the league would likely prevail in the end.
On Tuesday night we saw why replay in the NBA doesn’t always work the way it is designed.
The question now isn’t where LeBron James will be playing in 2014-15. It’s whether he — or anyone else — will suit up at all.