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Their rivalry, one of the best in sports, shows no signs of abating as the NBA season approaches.

Before an exhibition game, the Clippers forward proved his dunking prowess was in midseason form.

For those who need reminding, the Clippers center reneged on a verbal agreement to join the Maverickis this summer.

Sterling is no stranger to courtroom proceedings.

The move comes just shy of the couple's 60th anniversary.

The forward, who landed with the Rockets last season after getting waived by the Pistons, helped oust the Clippers from the playoffs.

"The Truth" does not need words to express himself.

Thus ends one of the oddest saga's in the nascent history of NBA Free Agency Twitter land.

The Clippers essentially locked the center in his own home and refused to leave, or let anyone from the Mavericks in, until he was able to sign a contract.

Charlotte takes back Spencer Hawes and Matt Barnes in exchange for the disgruntled guard.

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