The Spurs seemed to have no clue on who to put up against Bledsoe, and generally the youth/athleticism of the Clippers. Do you think Pop tries to use the same line-ups when the Clippers are back in San Antonio?
I don’t think it’s a matter of who, but how. Bledsoe’s issue is his handle on the ball so I think they’ll look at pressuring him or do a better job denying him off the ball. I’m not sure… Who plays better off the ball CP3 or Bledsoe???
Bledsoe plays better off the ball. He did it while at Kentucky and he’s done it mostly the past few years.
After DeAndre Jordan’s night tonight, what are the chances DeMote stops trolling and changes his negative opinions of DJ to a positive?
Haters gon hate… He’ll just wait for the next opportunity 😉
Hey guys, can you answer this question?
Have the Clippers turned a corner and put the disappointing losses to the Cavs and GSW behind them?
I don’t think it’s a corner. I think they approached they game subconsciously thinking they’d win before the first whistle,
Do you think this was the clippers breakout game?
Golden State always plays the Clips tough. Cleveland was a blip on the radar! Clips will be a top 3 team in the West when it’s all said and done!!! GO CLIPPERS !!!
@ Andrew Han, way to troll on DeMote! =)
I don’t think they’ve turned a corner as much as they’ve now identified the new benchmark for their defensive play.
As Kevin Arnovitz wrote, this is the $80m back court the Clippers have invested into and I’m sure the ‘investors’ would be pleased to see the trend line spike upwards.
Huge game for DJ. If he can continue this – the Clips will be championship contenders.
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