This wasn’t the heartbreaker that the first game against Minnesota turned out to be, but it may have been an even more painful loss. ClipperBlog talks it out below. 1.1. Tonight’s defensive issues — Usual Clippers lackluster D, or something different? [...]
The jury is still out on K-Mart’s effectiveness within the Clippers’ different five-man units (6.86 PER), but it’s clear he’s already had an immense impact on the defensive side of things. All (statistical) signs point to him being the sixth or seventh best Clipper this seaso[...]
This Report Card brought to you by Michael Shagrin. Brian Cook has been one of the more influential characters on the Clippers roster this season. Unlike the positive attributes brought by the offseason acquisitions of Chris Paul and Caron Butler, Cook’s positive output is more in line with th[...]
By most standards, the first half to Blake Griffin’s second season has been a great success. He was a deserving All-Star, the leading scorer and rebounder on a 1st-place team with legitimate claims to title contention. But grading a player like Griffin is incredibly challenging. How do we pu[...]
Besides randomly starring in a Sprint commercial featuring Rajon Rondo and Steve Nash, Ryan Gomes has had a quiet 2011-2012 season. His role with the Clippers has been ambiguous and undefined. There’s no doubting he’s better as a power forward – his 12.5 PER at the four is eons better than his paltr[...]
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