The Los Angeles Clippers have officially lost their first sponsor as a direct result of owner Donald Sterling’s alleged racist rant, as used car retailer CarMax has announced it will end itR
Phil Mushnick on Donald Sterling: Not every 81-year-old should be held accountable for what they say
There are very few people who would be bold stupid enough to defend Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling in the wake of his alleged racist rant.
After initially remaining quiet when asked about Donald Sterling’s alleged racist comments, Michael Jordan decided to release a statement addressing the issue on Sunday.
The pressure on Donald Sterling to sell the Los Angeles Clippers is only going to increase by the day.
Mo Williams, perhaps empowered by a big 3-pointer he made in the final seconds of regulation to put Portland up by 1 against Houston on Sunday, got into it with Rockets rookie Troy Daniels after the
Steve Kerr has been mentioned in connection with the New York Knicks coaching job for the past few weeks, and it seems like the possibility of him becoming the team’s next coach is strong.
Many NBA figures came out to decry Donald Sterling over the past few days, but the usually outspoken Mark Cuban was not one of them.
Since TMZ released audio with racist comments made by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, there has no shortage of people who have weighed in with their thoughts and comments.