The Clippers finish up their 2010-2011 season against the Grizzlies in what should be an underwhelming affair. While the two teams have played some very close games (the 85-84 loss in Staples in December and 82-81 win with the double foul only weeks ago), the season is all wrapped up. The Grizzlies [...]
Ah, Houston. Last road game of the season, but I hope that Blake and DeAndre return to visit you soon. If I had it my way, you’d be this year’s summer home for the two young Clipper Bigs. No, your humidity isn’t that alluring, nor the location by the Gulf. It’s something else[...]
The Dallas Mavericks have absolutely owned the Clippers this year. In the three games, Dallas has beaten the Clipers by an averaged of 9.7 points, the Clippers 6th worst point differential against any team (only Indiana, New Orleans, Orlando, Philadelphia and Portland have a larger point differentia[...]
ESPN.com’s Chris Palmer writes a column once a week analyzing two similar players, coming to a conclusion through a five step process of Key Strength, Key Weakness, Secret Skill, Intangibles and Player POV. On the heels of the Clippers comeback upset of the Thunder, Palmer released a compariso[...]
The Clippers begin their last road trip of the season, a four games in five nights screamer, with the Memphis Grizzlies. Like the Philadelphia 76ers in the East, the Grizzlies got off to a rough start on the year, they were 9-14 going into their first matchup with the Clippers, and turned their seas[...]
The Clippers play host to the Oklahoma City Thunder, a team whose plan the Clips would love to follow. Draft a couple blue chip prospects (Durant/Westbrook or Griffin/Gordon), fill the team in with talented young role players (Ibaka, Harden, Maynor or Jordan/Aminu/Bledsoe), value highly the chemistr[...]
The Clippers will face a Suns team that they haven’t seen in their first three meetings, not that any of those teams were exactly the same (pre-Marcin/VC trade, Marcin/VC trade adjustment period, post-Marcin/VC trade), but now the Suns have fallen two games below .500 and are 5.5 games out of [...]
The Clippers will end the season the way they started it, with a brutal schedule of opponents. In the next 8 games, they play Dallas, Phoenix (road), OKC, Memphis (road), OKC (road), Houston (road), Dallas (road) and Memphis. Of all those opponents, only one is under .500, the Phoenix Suns (36-37). [...]
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