LA Clippers owner Steve Ballmer told Bloomberg that he expects at least an eight-digit loss for the team amid the NBA stoppage due to coronavirus. We all knew that the NBA was likely going to lose money due to the hiatus caused by the coronavirus but weren’t sure as to how much.
Former Lakers star James Worthy told the media that he is all for Steve Ballmer purchasing The Forum and giving the Clippers their own stadium. Los Angeles Lakers legend James Worthy spoke to ClutchPoints recently about several topics, most notably the recent purchase of The Forum by LA Clippers owner, Steve Ballmer.
We explore some possible Los Angeles-area locations the Clippers could call home if the NBA returns using alternate venues. No one is quite sure when the NBA season will resume, or exactly what it will look like when it does.
The NBA regular season may be over due to COVID-19 and if that is the case, here are our regular season awards for the LA Clippers. The sports world came to a crashing halt about a week and a half ago when COVID-19, better known as coronavirus, became a global pandemic.
Photo by Timothy Norris/Getty Images There’s a long road ahead, but the most recent development is very exciting. Steve Ballmer’s got the deal in place to buy The Forum, and it feels like the unthinkable is inching closer to fruition, for the Los Angeles Clippers to finally get their own home.
With the season on (hopefully) temporary hiatus, what grades would we give to the LA Clippers’ offense, defense, and clutch performance? The NBA hiatus has us all nostalgic for a season that’s only been on pause for a couple of weeks now.
George and Kawhi Leonard are signed up for one more season after this one, and then either one of them can opt out of their deals. That’s a significant worry for Clippers fans, but it should also concern George.