Game 32 6:30p PT TNT/Fox Sports Prime Ticket 980 AM UPDATE: Mike Dunleavy aggravated a herniated disc in his lower back at home today, and will not coach against the 76ers. Clippers assistant coach Tony Brown will serve as acting head coach.[...]
The Clippers post an efficient offensive game — one that would have been exceptional if not for the bevy of offensive miscues, sloppy interior passes, a series of botched shots at the rim, missed free throws, and offensive rebounds that slide off the Clippers’ fingertips. Still, they use[...]
Looking at the breakdown of the game by play type, Boston ran somewhere in the neighborhood of 20-25 pick-and-roll sets, a significant number below their average. That’s notable in itself, but looking at the distribution of the Clippers’ defensive coverages in those possessions, one thin[...]
Leadership requires more than charisma. It’s something that a player earns when his personal achievement translates to big wins for his team. Baron Davis has been the nominal leader of the Clippers since he signed his five year, $65 million contract in July 2008, but neither Baron nor the Clip[...]
Six thoughts from D.J. and me about the blowout in Phoenix: Chris Kaman controls the game early. He faces only single coverage vs. Amare Stoudemire. Over a six-possession stint in the middle of the first quarter, Kaman works himself five good looks, draining three of them. He overpowers, outwits an[...]
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