Here’s ESPN.com’s David Thorpe discussing the intricacies of the high pick-and-roll, how it will look with Chris Paul and Griffin running it, and what’s needed around those two guys to make it successful:[...]
ClipperBlog’s Kevin Arnovitz and Jovan Buha answered some questions on the revitalized rivalry between the Clippers and Lakers in a feature on ESPN.com: 1. Who are the three best players in Los Angeles? Kevin Arnovitz, ESPN.com: (1) Chris Paul. (2) Kobe Bryant. (3) Blake Griffin. And I [...]
Here’s an excerpt from a piece I wrote over at ESPNLA.com where I explain just how good Chris Paul has been to this point in his career: “It still sounds odd: Chris Paul wants to be a Clipper. The Blake Griffin Effect? Sure, but don’t discount Paul’s bold move. To make[...]
Just when you thought arguably the craziest offseason in NBA history couldn’t get any zanier, the Clippers pulled the trigger and traded for Chris Paul. As Blake Griffin eloquently put it, “It’s going to be lob city!” But hold on. From a skeptical and subjective standpoint, there has to be some hesi[...]
Here’s an excerpt from ESPN.com’s 5-on-5 about the Chris Paul trade: 1. Fact or Fiction: The Clippers won this trade. D.J. Foster, ClipperBlog: Fact. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Look at it this way: Chris Kaman was gone. Eric Gordon wasn’t a lock for a contr[...]
An excerpt from Kevin Arnovitz’s column for ESPNLA.com: “In the end, the Los Angeles Clippers knew caution was the biggest risk of all. A deal for Chris Paul had to get done, even if it meant parting with their prolific young shooting guard, a coveted draft pick, an All-Star center and a[...]
In case you missed it or want to re-watch it, part of the ClipperBlog crew (myself, Mark Shore, D.J. Foster, Nick Flynt and Breene Murphy in the chat section) did a ClipperBlog Live segment following the Chris Paul trade. There’s more to come soon, but here’s a short segment of D.J. Fost[...]
That’s right — Chris Paul is officially a Clipper. From Marc Stein at ESPN.com: “The Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to a deal in principle with the league-owned New Orleans Hornets to acquire guard Chris Paul, according to sources close to the process. The Clippers, sources said,[...]
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