Today, ESPN.com unveiled its Western Conference edition of #NBApicks, in which 100 “experts'” aim to predict the records of each NBA team. (Experts must be in quotes when it includes the three of us). The result: an even 50 wins for the Clippers. What do you guys think? High, low or just[...]
ANNOUNCEMENT! We’re bringing back the short-lived ClipperBlog Mailbag AND the even shorter-lived “Ask D.J.” and merging them into something I like to call, “Ask D.J. and other ClipperBloggers about ClipperBlog mail that may or may not be in bag form.” We’ll work o[...]
I went trolling through the comments section of several previous ClipperBlog posts looking for loose ends to tie up. Some we answered but are reposting here in case anyone missed it. Some didn’t get answered and I’m taking the time to do that now.[...]
With the NBA Draft just a few days away on the 28th and some important deadlines right around the corner, let’s take a look at what’s coming up this offseason for the Clippers. Mo, The First Domino: Mo Williams has a player option for 8.5 million dollars this season. Although he has said[...]
ClipperBlog is running a series called “Summer Reading” – tidbits, advice and (ideally) reading material for each member of the Los Angeles Clippers. The hope being that players return next season armed with newfound knowledge, improvements to their skills and emboldened by their s[...]
Ugh. The Clippers did nothing to shed their reputation for playing down to inferior opponents, needing a furious comeback in the final minutes to beat a depleted Rockets team, 95–91. With three minutes to play and the Clips down six, I was trying to figure out if this would be a more dispiriting los[...]
While you keep your fingers crossed for the MRI results on Chauncey Billups and his left Achilles, let’s give you some waiting room material to browse over. Jordan Heimer was on Lob City Ledger duty last night, and pointed out something that’s been mentioned in the comments section here:[...]
The Clippers edged the Magic 107-102 in an overtime thriller. Our three ClipperBlog contributors discuss the drama in Orlando. 1. The three biggest plays of the game were… Jovan Buha, ClipperBlog: (a) Glen Davis turns the ball over, leading to Caron Butler making a 3-pointer off a Chris[...]
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