NBA rumors: Kawhi Leonard, Paul George back for Clippers

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Before injuries derailed his career, Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway was one of the most exciting, promising young players in the league. He made four All-Star teams and three All-NBA teams in his first six seasons with the Orlando Magic before being dealt to the Suns, where his body slowly deteriorated. According to Hardaway, the offcourt persona is an essential part of being an NBA superstar, and that's why he thinks San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard doesn't deserve the title [of superstar]. Hardaway explained his position on Sirius XM's NBA show, "Bottomline."
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The Clippers owner also paid the town of Inglewood $66.2 million for the land where Intuit Dome will sit. The Clippers will get some of that back, though. Intuit, the software company that makes Turbo Tax, will pay the team more than $500 million for a 23-year naming rights slot. That deal only enhanced Ballmer’s optimism. “This stadium is about being optimistic about our team,” Ballmer said. “It’s about being optimistic about our fans. Get in the building, pump up, make energy,” Ballmer added, clapping his hands. “Your energy can feed our team to greater success.”
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