In some ways, last nights game at Mexico City’s Palacio de los Deportes had all the hallmarks of a “typical Clippers” loss – the blown double-digit lead, missed free-throws down the stretch, a last-second dagger drained by a semi-obscurity etc. In fact, the game was an encouraging one for Clip[...]
One of my favorite movie lines of all time is in Bottle Rocket, during a scene where Owen Wilson is trying to convince Luke Wilson to join in a planned heist. “Here are a few of the ingredients,” he says, ticking off elements of the plan on his fingers. “Dynamite, pole vaulting, laughing gas, helico[...]
Bienvenidos desde Mexico. The Clippers play the San Antonio Spurs tonight at 6:30 PM PT and since I had so much fun working the Daily Dime Live for ESPN last Friday, I thought we’d start up our own Cover It Live/Daily Dime Live-ish event here on the ClipperBlog. This should give you all plenty[...]
Perhaps the best way to begin a consideration of the Rookie of the Year, from the perspective of a Clipper fan, is to remember that other people don’t think or see things the same way that we do. Out there in the real world of the NBA and its fans, John Wall seems an easy and obvious primary candida[...]
News from the Clippers: The Los Angeles Clippers today waived Stephen Dennis, Jon Scheyer and Jake Voskuhl. The Clippers training camp roster now stands at 15. This shouldn’t come as a giant surprise. The Clippers were only going to take one center between Jake Voskuhl and Jarron Collins. Jon [...]
Going into the third pre-season game, the Clippers haven’t been exactly a model of consistency. 29 point loss, 32 point win. Al-Farouq Aminu dunks a donut and fouls out then scores 17 and pulls down 8 rebounds. So what’s going to happen tonight? Who knows, but you can talk about it on th[...]
It’s Friday, you’ve had a hell of a week and after that big lunch you’re going to have (or have had), there’s no way you’re going to be able to do any sort of work. You’re brain has just had too much to handle and frankly, working might only be damaging. In an eff[...]
Daniel Ikuta grew up in California where tennis was his first love … but the Clippers were second. He’s now based in Japan, where he’s teaching. Ikuta examines both the direct and ancillary effects replacing Marcus Camby’s presence with Blake Griffin might have on the 2010-11[...]
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