GQ’s October issue features a Blake Griffin Q&A with magazine staff writer extraordinaire Zach Baron. If you’re under the gun at work or your significant other is particularly peeved by your lack of help around the house, then stick around and check out some excerpts below. But the rest of you [...]
However successful the Clippers offense appeared last season, it always seemed to come together through some stroke of serendipity. Shots that shouldn’t fall would somehow go in. Terrible possessions would ultimately yield a corner-three. There were always moments that made you think: “Huh, that was[...]
I told myself that if the Clippers lost Game 6 that I wouldn’t blame it on Vinny Del Negro. Blake Griffin was injured. The Memphis post game was near unstoppable. The shots just weren’t falling. See, the thing is, I like Vinny Del Negro. From his first day on the job, it wasn’t easy. He inherited a [...]
The stars shine just as brightly in Houston as they do in Hollywood. Maybe even more so without all that L.A. smog. But one star shined brighter than the rest at the All-Star Weekend’s namesake event: Christopher Emmanuel Paul. He initiated his MVP performance with a pair of consecutive assists to r[...]
Through the early segment of the season, the dialogue here at ClipperBlog has revolved around the rotation and if the roster’s wellspring of talent is being milked for all it’s worth. Andrew Han, our resident Socrates, posed the following: “Who is the fifth-best Clipper on the team? Who is the[...]
The Clippers had a tough road trip and some of their more worrying vulnerabilities were exposed. But this isn’t panic time. They remain well above .500 and all three losses on the trip came against teams playing impressive basketball. However, the Clippers have been known to fall victim to malaise, [...]
“What happened to the good ole days when point guards guarded point guards,” Chris Paul asked rhetorically during the first quarter. The man who has become the heart and soul of the Clippers success seemed to know early on that tonight’s matchup was not going to look like “th[...]
During a Clippers offseason of unprecedented manuevering, owner Donald Sterling surprised hoopheads and Angelenos alike yesterday when his front office waived Ryan Gomes and the $4-million left on his contract via the amnesty provision. Initially designed in the Collective Bargaining Agreement to sa[...]
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