The Best of Sports in 2014

There’s never a dull year in the world of sports, and 2014 was certainly no exception. While it definitely had its low points (Donald Sterling, Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson), 2014 still produced more than its fair share of memorable games, performances and moments, so let’s take a look back at some of the best things that the […]

Donald Sterling appeals ruling on Clippers sale

In the most expected legal maneuver since Vinny Gambini called Mona Lisa Vito as a witness, ousted Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has appealed the ruling that approved the team’s sale to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.

Just Move the Clippers to Seattle and Be Done With It

Yesterday Shelly Sterling, Donald Sterling’s wife of 59 years, agreed to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft executive Steve Ballmer for $2 billion. Ballmer, who resides in Washington, was part of a group that bid for the Sacramento Kings last year in hopes of moving the team to Seattle. Ballmer is also an investor in Seattle’s Sonics Arena, an NBA-ready sports venue currently in development.

NBA officially charges Donald Sterling, sets June 3 hearing date

On Monday the NBA officially charged Donald Sterling with damaging the league and its teams with his racist comments, and set up a hearing on June 3 where the other owners could vote to terminate his ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers.

Is a protest warranted if Sterling still owns Clippers next season?

Every week a new development has risen relating to Donald Sterling. In the latest turn in what has been a month-long reaction to comments made by the Clippers owner, it has been announced that LeBron James and other NBA stars would take a seat next season if Sterling was still involved with the Clippers franchise.

Potential Clippers buyers should just say no

Even though the team is not yet officially up for sale, there is no shortage of groups interested in buying the Los Angeles Clippers. In a perfect world, Donald Sterling wouldn’t make another dime off of the team.

Vivek Ranadive expects NBA owners to unanimously oust Donald Sterling

Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive believes that his fellow NBA owners will unanimously vote to force Donald Sterling to sell the Los Angeles Clippers. Ranadive bought the Kings in May of 2013 but has been involved with the league since becoming a co-owner of the Golden State Warriors in 2010.

Report: Donald Sterling trying to avoid release of more audio

Donald Sterling’s troubles are far from over. The Los Angeles Clippers owner is still facing the serious wrath of the sporting world for the vile audio recordings that went public Friday night, but things could be about to get worse. Reports now suggest Sterling is trying to block additional recordings from being released.

Time to Break Up the Clippers – Literally

When initial reports of recorded racist remarks made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling first surfaced Friday night, I said that by Sunday this would be the lead story everywhere. The ensuing firestorm has already exceeded those expectations.

Doc Rivers says he isn’t sure about his future with Clippers

Doc Rivers told reporters before Sunday’s game that he isn’t sure about his future with the Los Angeles Clippers after Donald Sterling’s racist comments came to light.