Can the Clippers beat Thunder without Sterling?

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

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SH Blog: Who will replace Mark Jackson in Golden State; Kevin Durant wins 2014 MVP; Rockets planning a big free agent splash

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As SheridanHoops own Chris Bernucca reported earlier, the Golden State Warriors have fired head coach Mark Jackson. Jackson’s dismissal has raised questions around the league. He helped lift the Warriors out of the NBA’s dark abyss, turning them from a 20-win team to a perennial 50-win team and playoff threat. After taking the San Antonio Spurs to six games in last years Western Conference semi’s, Jackson, with a talented yet precariously assembled roster, led the Warriors to another 50-win season and lost

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Despite Win In OKC, Clippers Playoff Tickets Drop In Price

Amidst controversy surrounding owner Donald Sterling, the Los Angeles Clippers have managed to advance to the second round of the NBA playoffs to play the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Clippers have taken an early 1-0 series lead and home ticket prices have dropped on the secondary market after Monday night’s win.  The Clippers blew out the Thunder in Oklahoma City Monday night, which has interestingly led to a decrease in home prices on the secondary market today.  The average price for

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VIDEO: Are Adjustments in NBA Playoffs Overstated?

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Every year when the NBA playoffs roll around, we hear about “adjustments” and how important they are. But are they? Danny Schayes thinks so. The 18-year NBA veteran and Sheridan Hoops columnist believes that over the course of a seven-game series, even the best teams have their warts exposed and have to find ways to limit their exposure. In this video with Cinesport’s Noah Coslov, Schayes discusses what adjustments need to be made by the Oklahoma City Thunder and Indiana Pacers, the higher-seeded

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Clippers President Andy Roeser to Take Indefinite Leave

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Los Angeles Clippers president Andy Roeser, who was hired 30 years ago by disgraced owner Donald Sterling, will be taking an indefinite leave of absence, the NBA announced Tuesday. Only Sterling and announcer Ralph Lawler have been with the Clippers longer than Roeser, who was hired in 1984 when the franchise moved from San Diego to Los Angeles and became president in 1986. Roeser served as alternate governor for the Clippers, filling in for Sterling when the owner was not available for

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SH Blog: Donald Sterling Bailed out of Barbara Walters, Anderson Cooper interviews; Noah’s ‘Melo recruitment was sustained

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We almost got to hear Donald Sterling’s side of the story. Almost. TMZ.com is reporting that Sterling bailed out of a planned interview with ABC News and Barbara Walters, deciding he was not prepared, along with a second interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper. The woman at the center of the scandal surrounding him, V. Stiviano, kept up her side of the bargain and sat with the woman once called BabaWaWa. “I think he feels really alone, Now really supported by those around

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SH Blog: Gear up for Game 7′s; Zach Randolph suspended; Clarity behind the Sterling fiasco; Will Paul George be suspended?

Somehow, someway, these 2014 NBA playoffs just keep getting better. Nearly every game has come down to the wire, many going to overtime, and if they aren’t, than Kevin Durant must enforcing his will with an MVP performance. We were treated to three Game 6′s on Thursday night. Thanks to the basketball God’s we will be spoiled by three Game 7′s on Saturday. It can’t get better, can it? Only in the 2014 NBA playoffs can it get better. And it does. 

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