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Dan Woike: Steve Ballmer's energy takes center stage at Leonard and George introduction

LOS ANGELES - Steve Ballmer owned the stage. He held a microphone in his hand, but he didn't need it. His voice filled the room. It was a party, Ballmer was the host and everyone was going to hear him.

He begged fans to get loud, to get out of their seats and to make some noise. He clapped his hands together harder and more violently than anyone else under that roof.

He praised last year's team, but talked about wanting more. He lusted after the Lawrence O'Brien championship trophy. That

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