I’ll have more on Griffin’s debut over the next several hours. This is what I filed for TrueHoop: Moments prior to Blake Griffin’s NBA debut, the Los Angeles Clippers’ brass was lined up courtside, smiling widely like expectant parents. And if the Thomas & Mack Center in [...]
In the last installment of the Clipperblogger summit, Steve Perrin got to the heart of the matter when he wrote … That’s a pretty astounding collection of talent on paper. So why did they only win 19 games last season? And why are expectations so low for this season? If the Clippers’ cur[...]
Nothing earth-shattering: Dunleavy could see Blake Griffin playing the 5, which makes a whole lot more sense when you consider Griffin’s skill set. Dunleavy concedes that Griffin won’t be as effective as a 3 until he refines his outside shot. This is somewhat of a revision of Neil Olshey[...]
Previous entries: Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five Part Six To: Steve Perrin From: Kevin Arnovitz Date: June 17, 2009 I don’t want to belabor the Randolph trade debate, only to say that there are creative ways to clear minutes for a young player that don’t involve having [...]
Clips Nation and Clipperblog are intent on resurrecting the Clippers’ franchise, and today we discuss the process of rebuilding a team saddled with big veteran contracts, but also blessed with some intriguing young talent. Previous entries: Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four To: Steve Perr[...]
Mike Dunleavy was on Tirico and Van Pelt this morning addressing the #1 pick. (Hat Tip: Tas Melas/Sports Radio Interviews): Dunleavy doesn’t rule out playing Griffin as “a big 3.” I’m still very skeptical you can play him there, given that he has no shooting range. Quickness [...]
The Clippers’ dysfunction and bad chemistry have been well-documented, and the cultural issues that surround the club must be addressed before the 2009-10 season opener. But even if the Clippers return to training camp as a svelte, rededicated bunch, there are some fundamental weaknesses that [...]
For many years, being a Clippers fan meant that you lived a life devoid of expectations. The Clippers never tempted you with promises of achievement and all the accoutrements that went with it — fun rivalries, meaningful games that were televised nationally, a guarantee that if you showed up [...]
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