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Elgin Baylor on Donald Sterling: Justice is served

Former Clippers general manager Elgin Baylor left the team and sued the Clippers, claiming he was discriminated against based on his race and his age. This despite the fact, many NBA fans noted, Baylor had failed to build anything resembling a quality team in Los Angeles. Quite possibly, he was hampered by an owner who could care less if his team won. Baylor lost his lawsuit, but...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Elgin Baylor on Donald Sterling: ‘Justice has been served’

In 2009, Elgin Baylor sued Donald Sterling after being fired as GM of the Los Angeles Clippers. In the lawsuit, which he eventually lost, Baylor alleged racial and age discrimination against Sterling. It didn’t help Baylor’s case that he was employed for 22 years despite having a terrible record and only two winning seasons. But […]
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May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

This Day In NBA History – Elgin Baylor Sets NBA Scoring Record (November 8)

The Minneapolis and Los Angeles Lakers superstar forward Elgin Baylor set the NBA scoring record on November 8, 1959. In the same year, Baylor won Rookie of the Year award and at the time when he set the record, he was only in his second year in the league. The record-setting night happened exactly 54 ...The post This Day In NBA History – Elgin Baylor Sets NBA Scoring Record ...
Via The League News
November 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Inside the Elgin Baylor memorabilia auction

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. Six men slouch at a table against the wall. Theyre nondescript, wearing variations on the uniform of plaid shirt, sport coat and thick-rimmed glasses so prevalent among that certain subset of men between 25 and 40. Each has a laptop; some sport headphones. All appear bored. The noise in the room is some kind of strange song, almost, with these men as the worst...
Via Fox Sports West
May 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Elgin Baylor Is Auctioning Off A Lot Of Signed Shoes (Among Other Things)

Elgin Baylor is one of the greatest players in NBA history, and head of the “Best Players To Never Win A Title” class. Well, technically he has a championship ring, but it came under unusual circumstances: Baylor retired nine games into the 1971-72 season, after which his Lakers squad promptly ripped off 33 consecutive wins, on their way to the 1972 NBA Title. Baylor was ultimately...
Via Next Impulse Sports
May 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Lakers legend Elgin Baylor is selling his stuff in Beverly Hills auction

Ever wanted to own Elgin Baylor’s championship ring? That will cost at least $40K Ever wanted to own Elgin’s 1959 All-Star Game MVP award? That will cost at least 15K In part of a large-scale auction with the Beverly Hills auction website “Julien’s Auction”, former Lakers legend and Clippers general manager Elgin Baylor is selling some of his prized possessions. The LA...
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
May 29, 2013  |  Discuss

NBA Legend Elgin Baylor Selling Whitest House Ever Owned By Black Dude For Cool $4.25 Million!

Let’s face it, Elgin Baylor is losing street cred by the day that he lives in this crazy Beverly Hills house he just put on the market for $4.25 million. Our friends at Trulia sent word today that Baylor is trying to unload this place that he purchased for only $1,445,248 in 1992. This is, hands down, the whitest house ever owned by a black dude with street cred to maintain in...
Via Busted Coverage
November 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Kevin Durant Does Not Yet Rank Himself Alongside Washington, D.C. Greats Elgin Baylor and Dave Bing

Our nation's capital has a long history of basketball greatness, and Kevin Durant is quickly making his way up the list of the greatest players to come out of Washington, D.C. Yet Durant demurred Wednesday when he was asked whether he belonged in the discussion off all-time greats from "The District." "My goal as a kid was to be the best player ever in my area...
June 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Bynum's 30-board game no surprise to Lakers great

Elgin Baylor talks almost wistfully about the craft of rebounding, as if it's artwork that has been misplaced or a treasure trove that can't be retrieved from deep-sea waters. He was a 6-foot-5 forward for the Lakers when he took 30 rebounds in a 1961 game against the Cincinnati Royals. He was watching on TV when Andrew Bynum grabbed an equally striking 30 rebounds Wednesday...
Via Fox Sports West
April 13, 2012  |  Discuss

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