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L.A. Clippers Buy Inglewood Forum for $400 Million in Cash

The Inglewood Forum — once home to the 1980s Showtime-era Lakers — is now owned by the Los Angeles Clippers.

Hollywood Law Hires: Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer’s Litigator Switches Firms

Hires and other moves in the entertainment law sector, including new posts for two music dealmakers.

Steve Ballmer Reveals Why He Bought the L.A. Clippers, Plans for the Team

"There's just no sport as great as basketball," the former Microsoft CEO says of his longtime desire to own an NBA team

Clippers Star Blake Griffin on “Weird Uncle” Donald Sterling’s “Off His Rocker” Behavior

The newest senior editor for Derek Jeter's The Players' Tribune also shares his thoughts on new owner Steve Ballmer

Donald Sterling’s Petition to Stay Clippers Sale Ruling Denied by Appellate Court

The ex-Clippers owner requested the court block his wife's $2-billion sale to Steve Ballmer, but it responded "presently there is nothing for this court to review" the same afternoon.

Judge OKs Clippers Sale to Steve Ballmer

UPDATED: The Los Angeles superior court ruled against current owner Donald Sterling.

Testimony Concludes in Clippers Sale Trial

Shelly Sterling was expected to be the final witness in the civil case to determine if she has the right to sell the team to Steve Ballmer for $2 billion, but Donald Sterling's lawyers decided not to call her back to the stand.

Donald Sterling Meets With Steve Ballmer Over Pending Clippers Sale (Report)

The Clippers owner and the former Microsoft CEO had a "friendly conversation" Monday afternoon to discuss the stalled $2 billion deal for the team, according to ESPN's sources.

Donald Sterling Testifies He’ll ‘Never’ Sell Clippers, Calls Wife a ‘Pig’

The 80-year-old's behavior became even more erratic in court Wednesday when he snapped at Shelly Sterling and told her, "Get away from me, you pig."

Donald Sterling’s Lawyers Push to Make Case Federal

Attorneys representing the Clippers owner in his bid to stop the sale of the team filed a motion Thursday to move the case to federal court.