In no particular order, here were the Top 4 Plays from the Clippers bounce back win over the Grizzlies, compiled by Michael Shagrin. Which one was your favorite? Let us know in the comments section. Nick Young’s 360 layup to get the Clippers to Lawler’s Law: Chris Paul leaving Mar[...]
“Identity” is one of those buzz words you hear repeatedly out of the mouths of NBA coaches and players, but you rarely hear it from Vinny Del Negro or any member of the Clippers’ core. The Clippers battle, fight and work, but try to define who they are as a basketball team and you’re at [...]
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[...]
Dr. Oliver Eslinger is the Men’s head basketball coach at CalTech. He was on press row at Staples Center for the Clippers’ loss against Phoenix, and offers his impressions: On Thursday night, Los Angeles Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro pondered one pointed question for what seemed like an[...]
The Clippers out-gunned the Spurs 120-108 to get their first win in San Antonio since 2002. Let’s get to five thoughts from the win. That’s, like, a really long time: Fox Sports Prime Ticket ran a graphic during the game that said gas was $1.29 a gallon the last time the Clippers won in[...]
Whenever the sky used to fall on the Los Angeles Lakers back in the day, you could always count on the babbling of their fans to be pacified with the mention of one single phrase: “The Switch.” Even if it wasn’t always logical, there was this faith that the Lakers could turn it on [...]
Yesterday, you may have been made aware of an assault of sorts leveled at the current Los Angeles Clippers team by Beckley Mason of HoopSpeak.com. If not, then you missed out on reading a fairly blunt and direct piece whose main idea is best summed up by its title — “Boo the Clippers.” The aud[...]
There’s an awful lot of questions to ask after the Clippers flopped in Cleveland for the second straight year, but here were two things that stuck out most to me: Where’s the D?: The Cavaliers, even without rookie star Kyrie Irving, represent a weird defensive matchup for the Clip[...]
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