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Commentary: Total Ballmer: How an epic Clippers arena party turned meme worthy
It should've been easy. It could've been simple. It might've been incredible.
Artist renderings of the Clippers' new arena: The Intuit Dome
The Clippers announced early Friday that their new arena in Inglewood, scheduled to open before the 2024-25 season, will be The Intuit Dome. Then they held a groundbreaking celebration.
Lakers to play Warriors on NBA's opening night, Nets on Christmas
The Lakers have been slotted for two of the NBA's marquee matchups for the upcoming season, with an opening-night game Oct. 19 against Golden State, and a Christmas game against Brooklyn.
It's a Clippers celebration when breaking ground for own home in Inglewood
After the thumping, pre-event soundtrack of Kanye West and Roddy Ricch finished, but before Kawhi Leonard and Paul George grabbed chrome-tipped shovels and moved ceremonial piles of dirt, Clippers owner Steve Ballmer walked onto a scaled-down model of a basketball court near the corner of Inglewood's Prairie Avenue and Century Boulevard to describe what he likes most about the Intuit Dome, the billion-dollar arena whose groundbreaking was celebrated Friday.
Is more star power the solution?
First, it was DeMar DeRozan. Then, it was Ben Simmons. Now, it's John Wall. The Clippers' name has been mentioned countless times this offseason as a potential party to blockbuster trades.
LA Clippers to Announce Partnership During Groundbreaking for Intuit Dome
INGLEWOOD, Calif. - The LA Clippers and Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU), a global technology platform that makes TurboTax, QuickBooks, Credit Karma and Mint, announced today that they have entered a 23-year strategic partnership.
Ballmer: Clips forging 'own identity' with arena
Ramona ShelburneESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer for Spent seven years at the Los Angeles Daily News
Ramona ShelburneESPN Senior Writer
What Clippers success would look like in the 2021-22 season
I recently watched a video by YouTuber Kenny Beecham titled "Being an NBA fan is extremely stressful".
What seed will the Clippers finish in the West in 2021-22?
The Clippers were the fourth seed in 2020-21, falling a spot in the final weekend after selectively managing the workload of their rotation players during the last two games of the season.
Recent rumors linking John Wall to the Clippers
A five time All-Star. An All-NBA Third Team selection and an All-Defensive Second Team selection. A Slam Dunk Champion. And now possibly a Clipper?