Blake Griffin hyperextends his knee. Chris Paul strains his hip flexor. The Clippers get almost nothing from anyone else except for Mo Williams, who goes 8-for-21. The team shoots 37 percent from the field. Gasol and Randolph combine for 42 points. And the Clippers were within two possessions in the[...]
Kevin Arnovitz and I took part in a 5-on-5 to preview the rest of the series. Below are a couple of answers, and you can find the full piece here. 1. Why is Lob City on the verge of a second-round date in San Antonio? Kevin Arnovitz, ESPN.com: It’s difficult to pinpoint why the Clippers have a[...]
First and foremost, I’d like to say that Vinny Del Negro sticking with Caron Butler rather than going to more Nick Young (or Bobby Simmons, or some other lineup that had been more effective so far in the playoffs) paid off in Game 4. The Clippers won, sure, on the backs of Chris Paul and Blake[...]
My parents didn’t let us play video games as a kid, but even I know what to tell the Clippers before Game 5: Finish Him! Rob Mahoney puts Kenyon Martin Under the Microscope and has nothing but praise for the versatility of the 34-year old big man, who has acquitted himself admirably against on[...]
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