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Did you see Kevin Durant last night.
On Monday, CNN aired Anderson Cooper's interview with Donald Sterling.
Donald Sterling apologizes, but he damn sure isn't apologizing to Magic Johnson.
With the Western Conference Semifinal between Oklahoma City and the Clippers now tied 2-2 after the Thunder's shocking collapse yesterday, there are a few numbers that stick out.
Donald Sterling was sure to get "I'm sorry" and "I'm not a racist" on record, but not without wandering off the PC/PR trail.
As most NBA fans know by now, Mike D'Antoni resigned as the coach of the Los Angeles Lakers last night.
Earlier this afternoon in a live news conference, Adam Silver announced he has banned Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life and is fully committed to forcing him to sell his franchise.
Earlier today, Yahoo Sports reported that NBA Hall-of-Famer Magic Johnson was looking to possibly purchase the Los Angeles Clippers as many believe the current owner, Donald Sterling, will (hopefully) be forced — if the NBA's constitutional bylaws allow — to sell his team following his purported recording.
Racist out, Magic in and Adam Silver wins?
'Jeopardy!' winner Joe admitted on Reddit yesterday that he isn't ashamed of the brain fart he had in thinking Magic Johnson was an NHL player.
A contestant on 'Jeopardy!' earned an 'Oh no' from Alex Trebek when he got his legendary athletes mixed up on a question about the NHL.
Mount Rushmore is one of the dumbest, laziest debates in sports, as evidenced by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar being upset with LeBron James.
We are nearly 15 years removed from the '90s but it is still the most talked about era in NBA history.
The passing of time and subsequent dulling of our memories always makes the past look grander than it actually was.
Perhaps you heard LeBron James provide the media his NBA Mount Rushmore earlier this month.