If we’re not going to hit the panic button after two disconcerting losses, then it seems fair to not be overly exuberant after their destruction of the team that broomsticked them out of the playoffs. Okay, how about just a little bit of exuberance: ZOMG! Dualing banjo 20/10 games for Blake an[...]
Jamal Crawford joins Kevin Arnovitz and Jordan Heimer in this weeks installment of the Clippers Podcast. They’re talking Clippers’ season opening win, Crawford’s debut and his vise-like memory. Won’t you have a listen? Clippers Podcast 11/1[...]
“It’s pretty disheartening the Clippers played so poorly this game. They were completely unprepared for the intensity of the playoffs,” I said as the fourth quarter began. “Oh look, and now they’re going on the patented ‘too-little-too-late’ run to make the final score look respectable.” After the t[...]
It wasn’t pretty, but the Clippers defeated the Heat in Chris Paul’s return from injury first preseason game this season. The Clippers led early and throughout, a stark contrast from the bashing they took in their first meeting with the Heat. However, L.A. nearly blew its 17-point fourth[...]
One of the things that has been percolating in my mind for some weeks now is how the Clippers’ jump shot selection will change in the upcoming season. It’s almost an impossible thing to quantify given the amount of roster turnover that has occurred. (Granted, the starting lineup is largely intact; i[...]
Justin Edmonds/Getty Images There is something both terrifying and exhilarating about rooting for a team that gives its star player the power to make personnel decisions. On the one hand, your team has a star player. In the case of Chris Paul, the Clippers have one of those top-tier stars that virtu[...]
There’s that depth we’ve been talking about! By at least one measure, the Clippers’ team building efforts this summer have been validated by the collective wisdom ESPN’s 104-person panel of #NBArank “experts.” They/we came up with six (6!) current Clippers between spots 110 and 130. It’s not really [...]
Making a successful sequel is one of the hardest tasks in filmmaking. In most cases, a sequel is hit or miss. Some advance the narrative, introduce new characters, and are masterpieces (The Dark Knight). Others drag out the storyline, try too hard to replicate the prequel’s success, and end up being[...]
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