Just like they did on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day a week ago, the Clippers welcomed a last place team to Staples Center for a matinee. With respect to all the potential piftalls of a team in their situation — “coming out sluggish,” suffering the “emotional letdown” fol[...]
Over the past few years, we might have talked about this type of game as a “must-win.” Beating an obviously inferior team at home would have jumped out as a prerequisite to any chances of the Clippers making the playoffs. Fast forward to this season, and it’s still a must-win. On[...]
Los Angeles Lakers “at” Los Angeles Clippers 7:30 p.m. Fox Sports Prime Ticket, NBA TV and League Pass KFWB 980 AM (Note: According to head coach Vinny Del Negro, Mo Williams is out for tonight’s game with a sore right foot. He’s listed as day-to-day). 1. The best player on t[...]
Houston Rockets at Los Angeles Clippers 7:30 p.m. PT Fox Sports West and League Pass KFWB 980 AM 1. Fact or Fiction: Getting Chauncey Billups back will be a real help. Jovan Buha, ClipperBlog: Fact. Despite his shenanigans against the Warriors, Billups may very well be the Clippers’ to[...]
According to Broderick Turner of the L.A. Times, the Clippers made their much-anticipated move to bolster frontcourt depth by signing 6’10” Solomon Jones on Monday. Jones will join the team on a nonguaranteed contract worth about $1 million, “said a person not authorized to speak [...]
We resisted the urge to overreact to the positive signs from the two preseason wins against the Lakers, and now we must do the same after some potentially ominous trends surfaced in Game 1 last night. As D.J. wrote, it means that the Clippers are now that good, where they can play such a flawed gam[...]
A long, grueling preseason comes to an end tonight with the second of two games between the Clippers and Lakers. Should be fun watching the new starting backcourt continue to show their new teammates how to identify their defensive repsonsibilities in such a professional manner. We’ll be chat[...]
The Clippers have announced that they waived second-year guard Willie Warren and training camp invitees Blake Ahearn, Adam Koch and Renaldo Major. Warren’s release comes as somewhat of a surprise considering his pedigree (he was considered a first-round talent before a disappointing sophomore [...]
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