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Mark Cuban: Here Are My 6 Pieces of Advice for Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer

Microsoft's former CEO Steve Ballmer bought the Los Angeles Clippers for $2 billion this summer after the NBA ousted his predecessor, Donald Sterling, for life

Blake Griffin Slams Poetry, Not Basketballs, for Vizio

Slam poetry nights can be awkward, but Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin makes it look easy—his specialty in any environment—in a new series of videos for Vizio. The ads, by David&Goliath, have the basketball star waxing poetic about his bobblehead, his tearaway pants and even his mouthguard. He's got the requisite pauses and sighs down to an art. Still, he probably shouldn't quit his day job. The clips are part of Vizio's slam dunk poetry campaign, which also includes a nifty feature on its microsite where it will compose a Griffin-esque poem based on your name and an item of your choice. Unfortunately, the power forward isn't available to recite these ditties. (He is available in gif form on this Tumblr, though.) So, grab yourself a seat at a dimly lit table, order a stiff drink and appreciate these works brought to you by Griffin. Credits below.

Clippers Try to Repair Brand With ‘We Are One’

The National Basketball Association has banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life in the aftermath of his racist rants, which were recorded and distributed to the world.

NBA Bans Donald Sterling for Life

In taking swift and decisive action against racist Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, NBA commissioner Adam Silver on Tuesday effectively dismantled a nuclear-grade suitcase bomb.

9 Brands Halt Clippers Sponsorships After Owner’s Racist Rants [Updated]

UPDATED: Red Bull, Mercedes-Benz, Sprint and Corona stated that they are halting their agreements with the Los Angeles Clippers, too, according to

The NBA Is Making a Big Data Play

Who knew that when Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul passes the ball to a teammate within five feet of the basket, there’s an 89 percent chance it will result in a score? And while fans know that San Antonio’s Tony Parker is a great player, how about the fact that he scores every 0.24 times he gets the ball?