Yesterday afternoon I was stuck in traffic on the way back from San Diego, weighing the risks of (illegally) using the diamond lane, and listening to a sports talk radio debate weighing the relative merits of Lamar Odom vs. Blake Griffin for the West’s final All-Star spot. (Of course, in accor[...]
Coming off the the disappointing loss in Portland, the Clippers face a familiar foe in the Warriors. It’s the two teams’ final match-up of the season and the third time they’ve played in the last two weeks, so they know each other and have the same goals. Both teams are on the outs[...]
For the third time, the Clippers couldn’t win more than three games in a row. It upheld to more than that pattern though, the Clippers started strong again, beating the Blazers 27-23 in the first before they crumpled in the second and third quarters, surged in the fourth (twice) and then colla[...]
There is no team in the league that has had worse luck with injuries than the Portland Trail Blazers. Sure, the Clippers have been a team that can bemoan Kaman and Baron’s time on the sideline, and in the past it’s been bad, but the Blazers have lost expansive swathes of playing time fro[...]
For the second time, the Clippers beat the Minnesota Timberwolves at home for a three game winning streak. Back in December that streak was news, but tonight there was another streak that was much, much bigger news. For the first time since November, Blake Griffin didn’t get a double double. H[...]
With Blake’s 47 point destruction of the Pacers on Monday, the Clippers have been showered with attention, mostly Blake-centric with a smattering of Gordon and Baron in the mix. – John Hollinger’s statistical breakdown of Blake’s historic rookie year: In the past four decades[...]
With the jubilation in Clipperdom as fervent as it has been in a long time, murmurs of the impossible have created their own undercurrent. The record says 15-25, but those last 14 games weren’t a fluke, right? They were a progression meant to build upon and grow. Like Blake’s personal nu[...]
Two months ago, when the Clippers met the Indiana Pacers, their season was careening toward disaster. After getting blown out by 27 points in Indianapolis to begin the season 1-12, when even Blake Griffin looked lethargic and scored a quiet 12 points, there was a growing fear that the malaise which [...]
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