So says Skeets… The Los Angeles Clippers today signed free agent power forward God to a one-day contract. And no, we’re not talking about International Basketball League guard God Shammgod. (Though they could probably use him too.) We’re talking God God. The big guy up above. Appar[...]
One of the more interesting debates that rages each June is whether an organization should draft on need, or take the best player available on the board. There are those who believe that an NBA team should draft the best available player, irrespective of need. The more traditional school subscribe[...]
Tonight, the Clippers convert points on only one of their first seven possessions. As analytic exercises go, documenting these fruitless offensive sets almost seems cruel. Here at Clipperblog, we’re gluttons for punishment: [1st, 11:25] The ball runs through Camby at the top of the circle.[...]
One of the few beneficiaries of the Clippers’ injury situation this season has been sharpshooting forward Steve Novak. On Sunday afternoon, Novak went 3-3 from the field — all three FGMs were from beyond the arc. He finished the game with a +13, far and away the best rating of any Clip[...]
Commenter Petey responds to the recap of yesterday’s Phoenix game with a very timely and appropriate reference to a post on Eric Musselman’s blog: “I don’t have any answers. Maybe that high S/R should be run with EJ and Camby. Maybe you feed Thornton in the post and lure the Phoenix bigs[...]
Per Lisa Dillman at the Los Angeles Times: Mike Dunleavy, the Clippers general manager and coach, said that they did not receive good news about Kaman and his strained left arch, saying he probably wouldn’t be ready to return until after the All-Star break. The All-Star game is Feb. 15 in Phoe[...]
When you examine the anatomy of Al Thornton’s offense, the numbers are pretty dramatic. As an overall jump shooter, Thornton is a 36.7% shooter and generates 0.88 points per possession. When Al finishes at the basket, he’s a 57.2% shooter, and chalks up 1.2 points per possession. Take[...]
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