From Marc J. Spears at Yahoo! Sports: “The Los Angeles Clippers have brought back former interim coach Kim Hughes to work for the franchise a week after firing him, an NBA source told Yahoo! Sports. The Clippers announced April 17 that Hughes was relieved of his duties as coach and that the fr[...]
It’s safe to say that Kim Hughes isn’t the coach to lead the Clippers into the future. While there’s very little evidence that he’ll ever be a transformative figure as an NBA coach, he’s incredibly honest and likable. With regard to temperament and candor, he’s th[...]
From the Clippers’ release: The Los Angeles Clippers today relieved Kim Hughes of his duties as interim head coach. The remaining members of the team’s coaching staff will remain in their current roles at this time. “We appreciate Kim’s contributions during his time here espe[...]
Note: The original publication of this post incorrectly listed the score of the game Dallas 109, Clippers 80. Dallas isn’t a team that’s predisposed to running — they rank only 17th in pace. But the Mavericks can identify free points when they see them, and with the Clippers’[...]
For the past twenty one years, Clippers games in Salt Lake City have come to resemble traditional Japanese Kabuki theater. Fans would enter the venue, secured in the knowledge of the storyline and how it will end. There are no surprises and no suspense, the joy of spectacle lies in small deviation[...]
A few notes from the Clippers 99-89 victory: Kim Hughes gets on the board tonight with the first victory of his NBA head coaching career. There are still issues at play with the Clippers increase in pace (24 turnovers tonight), but Hughes runs some really fantastic halfcourt sets down the stretch. T[...]
Marcus Camby on his new situation: “Anytime you get traded it’s always an awkward situation, especially when you’ve been in a place for a couple of years, you’re used to your surroundings, you know, you enjoy the situation that you’re in. But then to find out you’re traded and you have to move on to[...]
From my column at ESPN Los Angeles: The debacle in Oakland Wednesday brought into focus the fallacies of the Clippers’ new strategy. Hughes and Davis have been diplomatic with regard to Dunleavy, but both men seem to subscribe to a syllogism that goes something like this: (A) The Clippers̵[...]
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