Yessir, it’s October 1st, which always signals the end of baseball season (for me and other Dodger fans this has felt way overdue) and, more importantly, it demarcates the glorious start of basketball season. So what’s the plan for the Clippers this month? Let’s have a look. On Sun[...]
Saturday was a busy day in Playa Vista. Sofo Schortsanitis was at the facility in the morning working out, then Mike Miller paid a three-hour visit. Prototypically, Miller is precisely what the Clippers are looking for — a floor-spacing shooter who won’t kill them on the boards. He̵[...]
The following is a statement from General Manager Neil Olshey concerning today’s meeting in Cleveland with LeBron James: “We can only surmise how the meeting went from our standpoint, and from our standpoint, it went very well. We approached it in a very honest and direct way, and we felt that their[...]
From a personnel standpoint, the Clippers had a solid draft on Thursday. Al-Farouq Aminu can’t shoot from the perimeter, nor can he put the ball on the deck, but he addresses a number of needs on the wing — specifically rebounding and defense. He’s also a mere 19 years old and inor[...]
Pardon the eternal optimism, but LeBron James’ commenting on the Clippers in a positive manner on national television can only be considered a good thing. Maybe it’s a case of hearing what you want to hear, but LeBron’s saying the Clippers have some “really good players”[...]
Larry King conducted an interview with LeBron James, which will air on CNN at 6p on Friday. The transcript was published on Cleveland.com: KING: … How about the Clippers, which would put you in the same city as Kobe, in the same arena as Kobe, with a team with some nice young players? JAMES: W[...]
At ESPN Los Angeles, I file a brief on behalf of the Clippers for LeBron James’ services. Some excerpts: James shares some culpability for Cleveland’s embarrassing Eastern Conference semifinals loss to Boston, but James didn’t fail a test of character nor did he fall victim to a ci[...]
The first two 3-pointers in Cleveland’s record-setting first quarter, during which they drained 11 of 13 from beyond the arc, come in identical fashion: Shaquille O’Neal has DeAndre Jordan posted up on the left block. The Clippers send help in the form of one of their guards — Eric[...]
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