Friday, November 28, 2014
Nine months after Steve Ballmer retired as Microsoft’s chief executive, two things are clear: He retains his intense enthusiasm for the software giant and he’s applied a whopping dose of it to his new passion, the Los Angeles Clippers. Mr. Ballmer closed the WSJD Live global technology conference Wednesday with a wide-ranging and rousing discussion of how he’s injecting technology into the Clippers, why Microsoft was right to invest in making computing hardware and of his Hebrew studies toward a bar mitzvah. At one point, Ballmer even sang a few bars from a pop song by Fergie.

They have lost limbs to landmines and been disabled by mortar shrapnel, but Afghanistan's wheelchair women basketball players refuse to call themselves victims. Duration: 01:04   [READ MORE]
FOX23 Sports, October 28
by Clip Syndicate
The Royals force a game seven in the World Series. Plus the first ever College Football Playoff rankings are released, TU gets ready for a trip to Memphis, and the NBA regular season tips off.   [READ MORE]
Laney_logo.jpg Laney High School and WWAY will team up in late November for the Laney-WWAY Thanksgiving Invitational. It'll be a two day basketball event. All games will be held at the Michael Jordan Gymnasium.   [READ MORE]
The 2014-15 NBA season begins tonight with three games, headlined by the defending champion San Antonio Spurs hosting the Dallas Mavericks. Between LeBron James' triumphant return to Cleveland and Derrick Rose looking healthy for the first time in years, the offseason provided plenty of entertaining NBA story lines. However, fans can now get back to the real reason they love watching the NBA: Watching their favorite players perform incredible feats of skill and athleticism on the hardwood.

DeAndre Jordan is now ready to ride into the EMCOM mainframe and defeat the evil forces of Master Control. You don't know what the heck we're talking about, do you? L.A. Clippers center DeAndre Jordan just went totally nerd-boss, spending $12k to trick out his Can-Am to look like one of the Light Cycles from the movie "TRON," and TMZ Sports has exclusive pics and video of the finished product. Stevo from 405 Motorsports says DeAndre thought the bikes in the movie were so cool that he brought his 2014 Can-Am Spyder in with one directive: trick it out like Flynn's ride. So, what does it take to turn a Can-Am into a Light Cycle? Well, it includes a new paint job, custom wheels, powder blue lights with the custom stitching to match, and--just for a little swag--adding DeAndre's number to the front and back of the bike. More than $12,000 later, it seems DJ couldn't have been more pleased with the results. Stevo said, "He was shocked at how it looked."


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