Earlier on August 4th, Beijing time, the US media once again followed up and reported some internal news about the Clippers. Ballmer, the owner of the Clippers, was tired of failure. The 22-23 season will be an important node for him to assess the players and the future development of the team, and it is also his final bottom line. It is completely understandable that Ballmer chose to renew his contract cautiously in advance at this time. After he took over the Clippers, he showed his ambition to the league and fans. He was often seen in the home game. He cheered for the team crazily. Ballmer was also not idle in some important away games. He followed the team to the away game, and he spent a lot of money. His investment in the team has always been among the best in the league. In order to have an independent team culture and mark him, he invested heavily in building a new arena. Ballmer’s vision for team management is also very vicious. He even invited the LOGO man. Looking at the transactions and contracts made by the old West in the Clippers in recent years, it is basically correct. However, the Clippers’ double stars have fallen in front of injuries again and again in recent years, and the team has fallen in the playoffs again and again. As the owner of the team, Ballmer has done everything he can, and it is right to be cautious now. The next season will be a huge test for the Clippers, as will George, 33, and Leonard, 32. Age and past injury history will put the future contract renewal in doubt unless they can show Ballmer and fans different performances, higher attendance and good competitive state in the new season.