The season is over. And with summer vacation starting, ClipperBlog is running a series called “Summer Reading” – tidbits, advice and (ideally) reading material for each member of the Los Angeles Clippers. The hope being that players return next season armed with newfound knowledge,[...]
So, that happened. And, to be honest, I’m not even sure what my own “that” is referring to. It could be the moment Donald Sterling bought the Clippers in 1981. It could be the moment, however it happened, when he decided that Vinny Del Negro would be the Clippers coach, instead of[...]
Yeah, so about that whole being on the clock thing… From ESPN.com: Vinny Del Negro will return as the Los Angeles Clippers‘ coach next season, the team announced Tuesday. The Clippers exercised their option on Del Negro, but did not disclose contract terms. We’ll have more a[...]
30 days has September, April, June and November…All the rest… Shnikees! June 1st is only three days away, and the conclave in Playa Vista (or Malibu, more likely) has yet to throw up the white smoke. Sterling isn’t moving on Del Negro’s contract until he has to, which isnR[...]
According to a report by Ken Berger of CBS Sports: Also, league sources say Clippers GM Neil Olshey met with Portland owner Paul Allen in London recently about the Blazers’ GM opening. — Ken Berger (@KBergCBS) May 29, 2012 Olshey, as we know, does not have a contract for next season. He also h[...]
One of the perks of following a team in the playoffs is the unprecedented access. Facing the same opponent over the course of a seven-game series on a national stage just gives you a look into the core of an organization that you can’t get during the regular season — and especially not [...]
A season of firsts continued today for the Clippers — Chris Paul and Blake Griffin were both named to All-NBA teams. Paul, an All-NBA First Team selection for the second time in his career, paced the league in steals (2.53 spg) and finished third in assists (9.1 apg), adding 19.8 ppg and 3.5 r[...]
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