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  1. Elgin Baylor’s lawsuit against Donald Sterling shot down by jury

    Mar 30, 2011, 4:19 PM EDT

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    Clippers Donald Sterling is still a despicable human being. A man with a laundry list of offenses of offenses from the serious (racial housing discrimination) to just screwing up his NBA team. This has not changed. But he has won key court battle. A jury Wednesday rejected a $2 million lawsuit brought by former Clippers…

  2. Donald Sterling sounds out of touch, disinterested at trial

    Mar 16, 2011, 11:08 AM EDT

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    Clippers owner Donald Sterling did not sound like a cold hearted, penny pinching, racist on the witness stand of a trail Tuesday. He sounded clueless and disinterested, however. Elgin Baylor — Lakers legend and Clipper employee for more than two decades — is suing Sterling for age discrimination for Baylor’s firing as team general manager…

  3. New legal filings against Clippers should make Blake Griffin cry

    Jan 7, 2011, 8:44 AM EDT

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    Any time you feel yourself start to nod in agreement when someone says, “You know, with Blake Griffin and Eric Gordon, the Clippers are a team on the rise,” come back and read this post. ESPN got a hold of more legal filings in former Clipper GM Elgin Baylor’s wrongful termination lawsuit against the team…

  4. In case you forgot, Donald Sterling can be an embarrassment

    Nov 9, 2010, 9:05 PM EDT

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    Donald Sterling. While other owners strive to reach his level he remains to gold standard. Well, maybe the coal standard. Or, um, fertilizer standard. Let’s ignore his Clippers slow start on the court — they are entertaining and show some promise in spite of everything — and talk about him off the court. Remember that…

  5. Phil Jackson: Miami has talent, but will they have teamwork?

    Sep 22, 2010, 8:39 AM EDT

    Phil Jackson knows a little something about winning titles. He knows there are two parts to getting a ring. First is having enough talent on the roster. Second is what Jackson has specialized in — molding that talent into a cohesive team. Jackson told ESPN 1000 in Chicago that Miami now has half of the…

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