When David Stern and the NBA vetoed the Chris Paul trade last Friday–you know the one that would have sent Paul to the Lakers–I thought that the NBA had overstepped their bounds and created a unnecessary controversy that hurt not just the Lakers, Hornets and Rockets, but the entire leagu[...]
The Clippers made some big moves yesterday by claiming Chauncey Billups and resigning DeAndre Jordan. We’ll be breaking down Chauncey’s game shortly, but for now check out what everyone else is saying about the moves: ESPN’s John Hollinger rating the Chauncey Billups pickup (Inside[...]
In a very eventful Monday afternoon, the Clippers picked up Chauncey Billups and matched DeAndre Jordan’s offer sheet with the Golden State Warriors. Three ClipperBlog writers examine the two moves, along with the outcome of the Chris Paul saga in L.A. 1. Did the Clippers pay too much for DeAn[...]
David Stern strikes again. According to multiple outlets, the league’s asking price for Chris Paul was deemed too high by the Clippers, and negotiations between the two teams have come to an end. Although the details aren’t completely confirmed, it’s believed the Hornets were insis[...]
As reported by the L.A. Times’ Broderick Turner: The Clippers and the New Orleans Hornets were working vigorously Sunday night to consummate a blockbuster deal that would send All-Star point guard Chris Paul to Los Angeles to play for the Lakers’ cross-town rivals, said two people with k[...]
In our latest 3-on-3 installment, three ClipperBlog contributors discuss the chances of Chris Paul to the Clippers, picking between (or including both) the Minnesota first round draft pick and Eric Gordon, and the Clips’ record next season with CP3. 1. Will the Clippers win the Chris Paul swee[...]
As expected, DeAndre Jordan signed a four-year, 43-million dollar offer sheet with the Golden State Warriors today, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. The Warriors used their amnesty clause on Charlie Bell and rescinded their qualifying offer to Reggie Williams in order to clear enoug[...]
It’s been a crazy night. The Lakers have dropped out of the revitalized trade discussions for Paul and have instead decided to ship forward Lamar Odom to the Dallas Mavericks for future draft picks — picking up a large trade exception in the process which in turn may aid them in acquirin[...]
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