Tuesday's Times sports section was remarkable. The names
The one thing the Sterling family seems to consistently understand is the power of the almighty dollar. Let's hope they are not all so delusional to think that they can fight the league and be left with anything but the clothes on their backs. They should just cash out, buy an island and get lost.
Any sympathy and respect that I had for Rochelle Sterling is gone. The Clippers are her plaything, like her husband's, to lavish tickets and prestige to her friends. Maybe she should have thought deeper about it before suing Donald's friend. By doing so, she opened a can of worms that won't go away.
Just when I thought this scandal was over, it has returned again. This is a sad and embarrassing story for L.A.
Paul L. Hovsepian
"They don't need this Sterling," says the headline on Bill Plaschke's story about the Clippers' problems with the Sterling family. I can tell you another thing the Clippers don't need at this time: Plaschke's almost daily ranting about their problems. Give it a rest and let the poor guys finish their season, hopefully a championship season.
If the Clippers lose a playoff game in 2020, I'm sure Bill Plaschke will attribute it to the Donald Sterling fiasco.
Gary H. Miller
No matter how reprehensible, no matter how ugly or indefensible, if the Sterlings want to fight the removal of their ownership of the Clippers, they have a constitutional right to make such a case. And as an attorney, the
Rodney K. Boswell
I wonder what
Please, NBA. Do not allow the
OK, I get it.
But c'mon, Bill Dwyre, do you really think you can get the
Palos Verdes Estates
If talking head
What could possibly be wrong with the greatest
Rancho Palos Verdes
Pucks and Ducks
Saturday and Monday night at
Are they referring to their series opponent or the baseball team that plays across the street and, according to its team name, is also from "L.A."?
Is anyone at
Dee Gordon is really incredible this year. Maury Wills really taught him well the art of stealing, and what a great transition to learn a new position so well. Soon the fans might chant "Go! Go! Go!" when Dee is on base, as they did with Maury in the '60s.
Bad either way
You just can't win. If you try to attend Dodgers games, you're going to run into gridlock. If you want to watch the games on TV, you're going to experience greed-lock.
I guess this is another one of those fake birth certificate deals, and Hector Santiago was formerly known as Joe Blanton.
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