When Donald Sterling bought the Clippers, then based in San Diego, there was a lot of speculation that a move to the then Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim was imminent. The Angels and Ducks along with the NBA franchise would have rounded out a very nice sports trio in the O.C.
That however was not to be.
Despite great crowds and enthusiasm in what is now called the Honda Center for Clippers pre-season games Sterling chose to go further North. The collective yawn from the surrounding area and the fact that the Clippers, which Sterling bought for $12.5 million, are now worth $297 million according to Forbes suggest Sterling was right.
Let's digest that figure for a minute. In a little under 30 years he made $284.5 million. Nice return on his investment, right?
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Article written by Jose Salviati