PLAYA VISTA, Calif. — The Los Angeles Clippers are back in California, and after two days off to recharge from China, the team went back to work on Saturday. The plight of former Clipper Lamar Odom weighed on the team this week. Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and head coach Doc Rivers discussed Od[...]
Over on ESPN, Marc Stein adds credence to a circulating notion that the Clippers are making a short list of candidates to shore up the big man rotation. Lamar Odom has been mentioned as the chief target, but another former Clipper is also on the list: Lamar Odom remains the leading candidate to be s[...]
According to Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports, Lamar Odom met with Doc Rivers for two hours after practice today. While no deal was agreed upon, Clippers players reportedly believe that Odom will be re-signing soon: Free agent @RealLamarOdom was at the Clippers facility for nearly two hours today meetin[...]
Earlier today the latest update on the next Clippers big man signing broke the surface: Free agent F Antawn Jamison was led to believe he was signing with LAC before being told today they preferred Lamar Odom, Y! source said. — Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) August 16, 2013 This led to a pas[...]
It sounds more dramatic than it is, but the Clippers cleaned up some paperwork today: Clippers renounced rights to Lamar Odom, Chauncey Billups. Clippers still interested in signing Odom to a deal, sources — Brad Turner (@BA_Turner) July 10, 2013 The motivation to do this is that between the g[...]
With five games left to go in the regular season, the questions surrounding the Clippers’ postseason future still feel somewhat complex and insoluble. Are they playoff roadkill? Are they first-round fodder? A contenders’ punching bag? Can I think of more ways to reword the same question?[...]
In the NBA, there’s a fine line between being good and great. The Clippers have straddled that line throughout the season. Lately, a recurring theme for the Clippers’ struggle has been their defensive tenacity, or lack thereof. Be it a glitch in the system, a lack of effort, awareness, p[...]
The Clippers are a merciful king! That’s how we’ll have to spin a pretty lackluster effort from the Clippers against the injury-ravaged Timberwolves. Perhaps it’s understandable that on the last game of another swept road trip, the Clippers exerted the minimal effort required and n[...]
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