Arnovitz and Abbott discuss the deal on TrueHoop: Arnovitz: “In that spirit, I’d tell disappointed Clippers fans something else: They’re going to see a lot more of DeAndre Jordan, and I think that’s a good thing. Jordan will take his lumps and occasionally embarrass himself, but his developmen[...]
From Clippers.com: The Los Angeles Clippers today acquired guard Steve Blake, forward Travis Outlaw and cash considerations from the Portland Trailblazers in exchange for Marcus Camby. Blake, 29, is in his seventh NBA season and is averaging 7.6 points, 4.0 assists and 2.0 rebounds in 51 games in 20[...]
It’s not official yet, but let’s take a look at the trade as it stands now and break down the pros and cons of the deal. Pros: Money. First and foremost, that’s what this trade is all about. We’re not sure how much the Clippers will receive in the deal, but that’s likel[...]
From Ric Bucher’s Twitter: “Source says Clippers have dealt Marcus Camby for Travis Outlaw and Steve Blake. Details and deeper confirmation to follow on the mothership.” Here’s how the trade looks, assuming (most likely incorrectly) that there are no other moving parts involv[...]
From Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo!Sports: “The Clippers have made Al Thornton available, sources said, and are trying to package guard Sebastian Telfair in a deal with him or center Marcus Camby. Several teams have inquired about DeAndre Jordan, but the Clippers have no plans to move him.”[...]
ClipperBlog contributor Krai Charuwatsuntorn checks in and provides some insight on what Chris Kaman’s All-Star selection means for the franchise. In a season rapidly spiraling out of control, Chris Kaman’s selection to the 2010 All-Star team should be cause for celebration for a franchi[...]
Is the rumored Mavericks and Wizards trade the first domino? The trade as currently structured is a straight swap of Josh Howard for Caron Butler, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo!Sports. Howard has a team option next year which will most certainly be terminated whether he gets traded or not. I m[...]
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