One minute and two ugly possessions into the fourth quarter, Mike Dunleavy looks down the bench and calls Baron Davis’ number. The Clippers still lead by 12, though the game seems far more precarious given the events of the past week. As Baron ambles over to the scorers’ table to check in at t[...]
“This is humiliating. It is absolutely embarrassing.” — Ralph Lawler [4th, 0:59.2] With Devin Harris and Courtney Lee not suited up for New Jersey, the Nets have precious few places to go in the halfcourt. Brook Lopez on the block provides the Nets with a viable option, but there[...]
Here’s a piece I wrote recapping the game for ESPN Los Angeles. A couple of additional points, before going to the video of the final possession: It’s a strange game. Strange insofar as the Clippers, whose collective eFG on jumpers is 42.3 percent, drained 11 of 17 shots between 16 feet [...]
I’m as surprised as D.J. Foster that Eric Gordon got the nod for the NBA All-Star Slam Dunk-In. He’s a better candidate for a 3-point shootout, but ClipperBlog reader Clipper Derrick unearthed some footage from Gordon’s body of work, which you can see below. I tend to agree with D.[...]
Baron Davis is a creature of Los Angeles, but the Clips shooting guard has an urban crush on New York City. Whether he’s playing in Steve Nash’s annual soccer game in Central Park or dribbling his way from the Brooklyn Bridge up through Greenwich Village (and the hollowed West 4th Street[...]
The Clippers came into Wednesday night a very sound defensive team along the arc. Prior to their 102-85 loss against Houston, the Clips were third in the league in opponents’ 3-point percentage (below 31 percent), and fifth in 3-point attempts allowed. Suffice it to say, those numbers took a h[...]
The Memphis Grizzlies come into Sunday’s game with brimming confidence. Before the game, Grizzlies’ head coach Lionel Hollins portrays his team as a cohesive group of guys who have taken it upon themselves to have impromptu film sessions and to call out counters on the floor when the fir[...]
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