Former Microsoft CEO Ballmer shows he still has that 'developers, developers, developers' energy
Ballmer is bursting with energy, but about the development of his basketball team, not app developers.
What you need to know
- Steve Ballmer oozed excitement at a press conference for the LA Clippers.
- Ballmer was CEO of Microsoft for 18 years.
- Ballmer was famous for many energetic displays on stage.
Steve Ballmer, the owner of the LA Clippers, was so full of energy at an LA Clippers press conference that he didn't know what to do with his hands. Ballmer was pumped to announce the addition of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George to the Clippers.
Ballmer was CEO of Microsoft for 18 years, and the same energy he has for the Clippers was regularly on display during his time at Microsoft. He's a passionate man known by many for his famous "Developers! Developers! Developers!" presentation.
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Ballmer welcomed Leonard, a two-time NBA Finals MVP, and George, a perennial NBA All-Star, to the Clippers with his standard gusto, saying "I have these notes, but I gotta say I'm just fired to be here today. It's pretty cool! Pretty damn cool... Woooooo."
Los Angeles Clippers owner, Steve Ballmer, got a little fired up as he introduced new players, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard, at a press conference https://t.co/IN11Z8czpy pic.twitter.com/2eFI8c8VluLos Angeles Clippers owner, Steve Ballmer, got a little fired up as he introduced new players, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard, at a press conference https://t.co/IN11Z8czpy pic.twitter.com/2eFI8c8Vlu— CNN (@CNN) July 25, 2019July 25, 2019
CNN tweeted out the clip of the Clippers owner who was so excited about his team that he didn't know if he should give Leonard a handshake or a bro hug.
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