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Who are some wing players that the Clippers could attain next season or wings you would like to see with the Clippers next season? Who do you think is going first, Bledsoe or DJ?
I have to think Bled goes first. I think he’ll draw more attention, especially as teams are more desperate for good young guards. AND if the Clippers are trying to get rid of DJ, VDN isn’t helping the front office out by sitting him every fourth quarter, making him less appealing to other teams.
That’s a tricky question. Obviously, if the Clippers can trade DJ instead of Bled they should take that deal. Bled can do so much more on both ends of the floor than DJ at the moment. However, teams are more likely to demand Bled than settle for DJ, so Bled will most likely be traded before DJ is.
Also, I still love Jeff Green. I’ve been harping on that for 3 days straight now but that doesn’t change anything. Young, long, strong, quick, good shooting stroke, can drive and play solid perimeter D. He would be a great wing for any team I think.
Should Chauncey play with the second unit when he comes back from his injury? I feel that Paul defers to him way too much whenever they’re on the court. The team seems to operate better with Willie starting.
Despite how flawed this team appears at times, doesn’t it feel like they are still only one or two pieces (and maybe a coaching change) away from being elite?
What happened with hollins there? what set him off? seemed ridiculous at that point in the game.
AKA Steve Nash
The paradox can be addressed by recruiting/trading for playoff experience.
Lamar Odom seems to be attacking the basket a lot more — especially out of P&Rs. How much of that is because of specific matchups in the last few games and how much is him adjusting his game? Basically can we expect this continue?
I am not sure this will continue. PHX is a crappy team so we can’t really learn much about the team from this game.
Chauncey Billups was injured almost the whole season. Now with the playoffs coming, is he really in shape to play in such important games. Willie Green is definitely less skilled than Billups, but he seems to be in a good shape and because of Billups injuries Green could also be currently the slightly better defender. Is he maybe the better choice than Billups for the playoffs regarding the circumstances? Or are the experience of Billups and his leading qualities that important?
Sterling more fits Lex Luther
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If the Clips lose to Memphis on the 13th the season series would be tied. And say them end up with the same exact record who would get home court?
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