The Clippers winning a hotly contested game against Miami is something I dreamed of coming into this season. The Clippers had one of their strongest performances in the first half in their home meeting against Miami last season, and tonight was a chance to see if Chris Paul and the other new acquisi[...]
There are a bunch of different things to talk about from tonight’s game, a hundred different moments worth reliving, and plenty of stats worth poring over. But the one thing I keep coming back to is an immeasurable, a subjective thing, something you can’t really pin down.It’s frust[...]
[audio:https://clipperblog.com/wp-content/uploads/ClipperBlog-Live-1-11-12-Clippers-v.-Heat.mp3|titles=ClipperBlog Live 1-11-12 Clippers v. Heat] D.J. Foster, Nick Flynt and Mark Shore discuss Wednesday night’s overtime win against the Heat. Twitter: @fosterdj, @ClipperBlogNick, @markshore12[...]
Miami Heat at Los Angeles Clippers 7:30 p.m. PT ESPN and Fox Sports West Prime Ticket KFWB 980 AM 1. Who has the better depth: the Clippers or the Heat? Jovan Buha, ClipperBlog: The Clippers by a hair. L.A. has a slightly better starting line-up (D.J., Blake and CP3 win their individual match-ups), [...]
Here are five thoughts from the Clippers 105-97 loss to Portland on Tuesday night: Nothing Regular This felt like a playoff game. You can credit the always excellent Rose Garden crowd for part of that feeling, but the play on the court was elevated to a level we haven’t seen from both sides th[...]
ClipperBlog Live 1-10-12 Clippers @ Rockets Kevin Arnovitz, Breene Murphy, Jovan Buha and Mark Shore discuss Clippers @ Rockets following the loss on Tuesday night. Follow @kevinarnovitz Follow @BreeneMurphy Follow @JovanBuha Follow @markshore12[...]
Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE/Getty Images Los Angeles Clippers at Portland Trail Blazers 7:00 p.m. PT Fox Sports West Prime Ticket and League Pass KFWB 980 AM Clippers have a pretty brutal week coming up, which includes games against the Trail Blazers, the Heat and the Lakers. Just so we don’t get[...]
As Chris Paul and Blake Griffin garner MVP consideration, DeAndre Jordan serves as the Clippers’ human eraser, and Chauncey Billups remains the cool, calm and collected veteran presence of the Clippers, Caron Butler stands in the shadows. Many people forget the significance of Butler’s decisio[...]
Let's Go Clippers, let's go! This 2019/2020 season is going be incredible and we're watching every step with you.
Thank you for 11+ years of ClipperBlog. We're taking an undetermined hiatus but this site and archives will remain up for as long as we feel like paying the server bills. Thanks to all of the contributors, readers & supporters. Follow our instagram for future updates.