NBA: Doc Rivers' legacy at the Los Angeles Clippers cannot be measured in statistics, records, or even trophies
In his seven years with the Los Angeles Clippers, Doc Rivers could never take the franchise to the NBA Conference Finals, let alone to a title. But his legacy at the team was far beyond numbers, or titles.
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Griffin averaged 21.6 points, 9.3 rebounds and 4.2 assists in eight seasons in Los Angeles. He won the rookie-of-the-year award and was a five-time all-star with the franchise.
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The former boss of the internet giant Microsoft bought Los Angeles Clippers in 2014 for $2 billion and quickly said he wanted the Clippers to play in their own arena.
If he could do it all again, Ballmer said he would have entered the mobile device market even earlier.
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Fifteen years after calling the open-source operating system Linux a "cancer," former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer has softened his position.
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Twitter Inc Chief Executive and co-founder Jack Dorsey said he is giving a third of his stock in the company, about 1 percent, to the employee equity pool.
Former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer has taken a 4 percent stake in Twitter Inc, according to his spokesman, making him the third-biggest individual shareholder in the social media company.
With the emergence of cloud computing, Microsoft has a real opportunity in India, the company's India-born CEO Satya Nadella has said.
Ballmer, 58, paid an NBA-record $2 billion for the Clippers. On Monday he greeted several thousand fans gathered at the team's Staples Center home with the trademark screams that punctuated employee meetings at Microsoft.<br />
The 58-year-old tech billionaire has vowed to make the team a pillar in the community.
The news sent Microsoft's stock up 3 percent in premarket trading.<br />
"We have been instructed to prosecute the lawsuit," said attorney Maxwell Blecher. He said co-owner Donald Sterling would not be signing off on the deal to sell.
Microsoft offered Morfit a board seat in August, following months of lobbying by ValueAct for a say on how the company is run.