Every team has a different process when hiring a new head coach of GM. For the Golden State Warriors, a team with a plentiful collection of talent, is in no rush to select their next leader.
Beats Electronics enthusiast LeBron James seen with co-founders Jimmy Iovine and Andre (Dr. Dre) Young. Hip Hop has had a longstanding relationship with basketball dating back to the 90s. Between the fashion trends, music and relationships often forged between the two industries, the two seem to go hand-in-hand culturally. Many NBA athletes have tried their hands at making rap albums: Chris Webber, Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant, Ron Artest, Tony Parker, Stephen Jackson, Troy Hudson, Joe Smith and Iman
Three days after announcing that Clippers CEO and longtime Donald Sterling crony Andy Roeser would be taking an indefinite leave of absence, the NBA on Friday named his replacement, a black man with a long history of success in both business and politics. Effective immediately, Dick Parsons is the interim CEO of the Clippers, NBA commissioner Adam Silver announced. Parsons will oversee the business side of the Clippers, who are still very much alive in the NBA playoffs. “I believe the hiring
Donald Sterling is still trying to convince the world that he’s not racist. Somehow, someway, a recent conversation he had with a friend was once again leaked to the public. In this particular recording, Sterling poured his heart about how he’s not racist and more importantly, emphasized that the league cannot force him to sell what belongs to him. Radar Online has details: “You think I’m a racist?” Sterling angrily asks a long-time friend in the recorded phone conversation. “You think I
“You can’t force someone to sell property in America. I’m a lawyer. That’s my opinion.” That is the latest bombshell quote from Donald Sterling, made in a recording published by the gossip site RadarOnline. The quote is part of a 2 1/2 minute recording, apparently of a phone call, that RadarOnline says has been authenticated as Sterling’s voice. It is the first indication that Sterling will refuse to back down in his fight with the NBA office over his ownership of the
One of the consequences of the Donald Sterling scandal was that it delayed the official announcement of the Sixth Man Award winner. As the racism controversy was at its peak, the NBA postponed plans to present the award to Jamal Crawford, but news of the delay was reported far and wide. Today, there is enough calm in El Lay to finally make things official. Congratulations, J.Crossover.
Each of the eight teams remaining in the NBA playoffs have played a game in this second round, and some interesting trends have emerged that could be harbingers of things to come over the next two weeks (or however long the league decides to stretch out this round).
The NBA made the controversial decision recently to ban Los Angeles Clippers CEO Donald Sterling after a string of allegations made against him concerning racist remarks which were later published in TMZ. The search has now begun for a new CEO to take Sterling’s place, with team president Andy Roeser moved out of his role on Tuesday. Many high profile figures in the public eye are rumored to be interested in the role, including television journalist Oprah Winfrey, boxer Floyd Mayweather