When I looked up Basketball Reference’s season predictor at the beginning of the season, it said that the Clippers would win only 20 games. At the time I found it hard to believe because the Clips didn’t seem like they would be in line to take a 9 game step back with regards to their rec[...]
New city, same show. Once again, the Baby Clips play hard enough to win, but make just enough mistakes to lose. Ideally, youth movements would be all high-flying athleticism and not so much momentum-killing turnovers and mental mistakes down the stretch, but tonight saw its fair share of both. The C[...]
Sugarcoating a 1-10 start, when the Clippers have just lost two at home to the Detroit Pistons and the New Jersey Nets, is beyond impossible, it’s pointless. This Clippers team finds itself not so much in a hole attempting to make the playoffs, but with a fantastic start in the year to land an[...]
Miss the game last night? Maybe you want some thoughts to clear up the madness? Charlie Widdoes breaks down the Clippers most recent humbling loss to the Nets. On January 27, 2010, the 3-40 Nets beat the Clippers to improve to 4-40. It was one of 12 wins for a team that spent most of the year being [...]
The Clippers are 1-9. That’s the worst record in the National Basketball Association. The Clippers also, after having come home from a rough road trip, lost to the Detroit Pistons in overtime. After all those moral victories they had (Bledsoe’s early stellar play, the team playing tough,[...]
After a brutal four game winless road trip, the Clippers returned to the Staples Center Friday night, battered and depleted by injuries. When the 2010-2011 schedule came out, Clippers fans glanced at their first nine opponents with trepidation. While a 1 and 8 record to begin the season does not aug[...]
Whew. That was rough. After a monster 9 game schedule to open the season, capped by a winless 4 game road trip, the Clippers come back to Staples tonight. The combined record of the 8 teams they played (they played the Spurs twice) is 44-19. Yes, they all got to play the disjoint Clippers early in t[...]
Last night in New Orleans, Dain Blanton compared the Clippers to a one-armed juggler, and the description was apt again tonight. They were beyond undermanned, with Eric Gordon, Baron Davis, Randy Foye, and Chris Kaman all out with injuries; Brian Cook, Willie Warren, and Jarron Collins all played se[...]
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