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Gordon shouldn’t be playing more than 24 mpg. with his beleagured groin. If he continues to ignore it, things will get worse.
6min. each first & 3rd and 12 min. 4th quarter. That’s reasonable minutes for him now. He’s been giving 101% effort on D, and that is making his groin cry for help.
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Words in about gordon playing tonight
Gordon will be playing with his groin tonight. I’m assuming his girlfriend is out of town.
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Come on Clippers ! play some “D” tonight and run! Ignore Dunleavy. Just run the Rockets out of the building. Run , Run , Run, RUN!
is gordon playing?
Does anyone know if *******Eric Gordon is STARTING TONIGHT?
Sorry about missing these comments gentlemen – usually I try to get the inactives out of the way in the chat, but I was a little late to the show. My apologies.
i just know there’s a good chance i’m drinking some hennessy at halftime.
I heard from espn he will play limited minutes- wonder why this board knows nothing?
‘game time decision’ but it’s a no-go says pre game show
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There first two albums were great
Gordon will be playing with his groin tonight. I’m assuming his girlfriend is out of town
You can’t run unless you get lots of defensive stops!
Mike Smith needs to shut up and just call the game. Tired of him jinxing
Why do we always go to Kaman? The opposing team isn’t stupid, especially Adelman…I’m sure they’ll adjust their defense around our sorry play-calling! DUNLEAVY…QUIT GOING TO KAMAN!!! KAMAN IS NOT ELTON BRAND!!!
I think Kaman plays extremely well when there’s absolutely zero pressure but down the stretch they shouldn’t rely on him because he crumbles under pressure
Kaman is painful to watch tonight…Actually the whole team looks pretty sad.
That was about as bad as it gets we lose to the bench and the 3 ball. For anyone who thought injuries and a new roster can slow a team down the Rockets are proof if there is a will there is a way. No T-Mac, Ming, no Brooks to close, a injured Scola,new players in Anderson, Ariza, Budinger,and 2nd year players to the team the Clippers have no excuse. These kinds of games kill playoff hopes we are back at the start taking steps forward to be dragged back.
As a nice token Dunleavy called the team mentally weak yet he was the one who went to Kaman on three consecutive trips in a one pass and post-up set to get buckets. KA it’s about time you start asking some hard pressed questions when around the Clipper brass.
Dunleavy calling this team mentally weak? Look who’s talking. He’s the one coaching this team. He’s the one calling iso’s for Kaman in what seems like every possession. He’s the one with the horrible substitutions. He’s the one playing Buter all those minutes when he’s stinking it up. He’s the one playing Kaman, who was just atrocious tonight on both offense and defense in over 40 minutes. He’s the one sitting Collins and Novak down when we clearly need shooters and perimeter defenders when Gordon is out. He’s the one who just doesn’t have a clue.
The Rockets do not come close to the amount of talent we have on our team, but they have one of the best coaches in the NBA in Rick Adleman. It just shows you that when you have a coach who the players respect and can maximize their potential, then you can play and hang with anyone, even if the talent isn’t as great as the other team. We have a coach who comes up with excuses after excuses. That is why the Clippers will not go anywhere with Dunleavy as head coach. If Sterling only cares.
Was at the game and it look like the Clippers are going to win this game and team could not score in the 3rd and 4th quarter. Rasual Butler was looking horrible.
clipped12 is absolutely right on, but not only does Sterling not care, he wouldn’t know a basketball from a grapefruit & has no one around him who does.
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