"We're just going to introduce him at every game," Rivers said. "We're going to do the starting five, and then say, 'And at owner...' so he can run out and give high-fives. I think it will be great."
The Clippers' former owner,
Rivers envisions Ballmer as having a completely different energy.
"I hope he's a fan at the games, just like everyone else," Rivers said. "That's what you want him to be. You want him to be into the games, and I think he will be."
It seems as though Ballmer is already trying to separate himself from Sterling, even in the smallest of details.
Sterling would often sit courtside, midcourt. Ballmer apparently told Blake Griffin that he wants to sit courtside, baseline.