Where would the Clippers be this season without Mo Williams? Aside from maybe Eric Gordon, no one saw his place on the Clipper depth chart take a bigger hit from the Chris Paul trade than Mo. One day he we the starting point guard, the next he was the second combo guard off the bench. Denied even the courtesy of a pr[...]
Randy Foye is in a tough spot. Through no fault of his own, Foye is firmly on track to become the whipping boy of this year’s Clippers. Does he have a bad attitude? No. Before Billups’ injury, he played workmanlike backup minutes without a peep. No, Foye’s sin, like Keith Bogans’ last year in Ch[...]
For four games in January, the Clippers gave Fortson a chance to soak up some NBA minutes while Chris Paul, Chauncey Billups and Mo Williams nursed themselves back to health. Of those minutes, a few were actually “meaningful” as a result of the injury situation, but the majority came during a blowout loss t[...]
By virtue of making the team as a 2nd-round pick and providing non-negative value, Thompkins gets a passing grade for his first NBA half season. The rap on him coming out of college was that his body had a long way to go, and perhaps the requisite work ethic wasn’t there. But after positive reviews in an abbrevi[...]
Reggie Evans is a great PF/C to have for 10-15 minutes a night. He can’t guard anyone, he isn’t a weakside shotblocking threat, he can’t shoot (from the field or from the foul line) and he has bad hands. But he can rebound on both ends like a madman. Before Kenyon Martin’s acquisition, the Clippers were asking a bit to[...]
From Marc Stein: A second stint with the Los Angeles Clippers awaits for 2004-05 NBA Most Improved Player award winner Bobby Simmons. The Clippers are planning to sign Simmons out of the D-League to a 10-day contract after the All-Star break, according to sources close to the situation. Simmons, 31, is averaging 13.5 p[...]
As a rookie, Bledsoe’s athleticism seemed to help and hinder him in equal measure. On the typical Bledsoe possession, he crosses mid-court at a sprint and flashes past his man and through the paint. It’s all very exciting until he finds himself trapped underneath the basket, with two giants hounding him tow[...]
Caron came into this season as the Clippers’ new answer at SF with Al-Farouq Aminu traded away and Ryan Gomes being Ryan Gomes. He also came in on a 3-year, $24 million contract, while coming off of knee surgery at the age of 31. Despite the age and surgery (and reputation as a bit of a gunner), Caron has filled his ro[...]
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