Why is it that we always let some average player become an all star for a night? Robin Lopez? Smh.
At one point in the game he was on pace for like a 60 point 25 rebound game. But they held him down for the rest of the game.
Bledsoe’s shot looked awful tonight. Do you think that only hurts his chances to play more at the 2 with Chris Paul on the floor?
Obviously it’s tough to be concerned after 11 straight wins, and I realize he’s not playing in most fourth quarters lately, but is there any worry over Blake’s continued lack of rebounding? Granted, his all-around play—off-ball movement, free throws, passing, dribbling, defense—continue to improve, but his rebounding effort seems to come and go.
Continuation of your guys conspiracy theory: Think Chris Paul might have timed his assists so he could get his 5000th assist against his former team.
more and more articles coming out about clippers inevitably needing to trade either caron or bledsoe this year. You guys think this is gonna happen, if so, what will this do to the awesome team chemistry.
One glaring weakness I can see that sets clippers behind is rebounding. Do you see this improving?
Don’t you think that LO can help with the lack of rebounding?
What unit will grant hill b in if Matt Barnes is on the 2nd unit
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Did we get any draft picks for Charlie Widdows?
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