Silver pounds Sterling?: Tuesday notes

Got to be honest. My knowledge of the NBA stops around Eighth Avenue, if it gets that far. So when the Clippers weren’t atrocious the past few years, I’d assumed Donald Sterling was no longer involved. Anyway.

Saturday is the Sound Tigers’ annual locker room equipment sale, 10-11:30 a.m.; full- and 20-game-season-ticketholders can show up at 9:30. Remember, the Argentina practice jerseys were Lee-Strome-Halmo almost half the year. I’m sure you can totally possibly authenticate that Ryan Strome maybe probably wore one once.

It’s a regular Rangers-Flyers series: Springfield won Games 1 and 3, and now Providence has won Games 2 and 4. Game 5 is Saturday night back in Springfield, which makes it conceivable that this series, the first one to start, could be the last one to finish, if no one else needs five games. (Two Falcons with three points, and they lose.)

Idaho and Colorado played the longest game in ECHL history on Monday. The Steelheads won; Justin Mercier had a goal and an assist, and four periods later, David de Kastrozza won it.

Stockton-Bakersfield begins Friday-Saturday.

Brian Petrovek leaves the Portland Pirates, a team he’d run for a long time.

From Sunday: We’re No. 1 at the Under-18s again.

And RIP, Dr. Jack Ramsay and Edgar Laprade.

Michael Fornabaio