Watch Steve Ballmer bring all his energy to the LA Clippers

It was not long ago the Steve Ballmer finally became the rightful owner of the LA Clippers and for a man who is known for having a large amount of energy when in the spotlight, absolutely nothing has changed since he has left Microsoft. In a video posted to Instagram, you can see Ballmer heading out on to the floor at the Clippers fan festival. 

When Ballmer was at Microsoft, there was no doubt that he always brought energy to every room he entered and every time he took the stage, it was always a spectacle to see him take control of presentation. In short, the man has a lot of energy and even more passion which he is now taking to the LA Clippers.

You can watch video at the top of this post but know that this is standard Steve Ballmer and it is what he does best, bringing passion to everything that he does. 

And Ballmer is not gone from Microsoft, while he may own the LA Clippers, he still has a seat on the board of Microsoft too.

Source: Instagram

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Spectacle is definitely the right word... Spectacle is definitely the right word... In all fairness though, he was a jock, of course he'll get excited about this, he was passionate enough to buy them after all. Did anyone expect him to get up there and act all melodramatic? Personally, I think he should join wrestling and do some of those trash talking "interviews". That or become a juggalo.

Edited by Geezy, Aug 19 2014, 12:12am :

Vester said,
Nutter, he always makes me laugh crazy smart dude even if people think he is dumb clearly he is not.

Why he bought that?. It is because is the current trend amongst the rich guys.

Patmore Douglas said,
He was a great MS CEO. He brought the whole MS community together. That is why MS haters hated him so much. I hope he does well with his new team.

eh what? Ballmer missed pretty much every market opportunity of the 2000's so far, smart phones, tablets, MP3 players, an iTunes rival, social networking etc...Not to mention a number of failures like the Zune, Vista (in the eyes of the consumer), Windows Mobile, Windows Phone and financial blunders like Xbox (haven't made a dime from it), Windows Phone, Nokia acquisition etc...

He was a terrible innovator and always late to the game, under his leadership Microsoft went from being pretty much the only dominant player in the tech industry to playing catch up in every possible front

Good times in Los Angeles. I may jump on the Clippers bandwagon. Nah, been a Lakers fan since the 80's and "Showtime" era. Balmer will give Mark Cuban a run for his money with that amount of energy.