Tonight is the match-up we’ve all been waiting for: Clippers’ Opening Night. The Memphis Grizzlies seek revenge against the Clippers at Staples Center, in a rematch of the heated seven-game series that undeniably tested L.A.’s heart and grit. The game is on Prime Ticket (FSW2) at 7[...]
As the regular season approaches, it’s time for the Clippers to start ironing out the rotation. ClipperBlog’s Jovan Buha, Fred Katz and Charlie Widdoes put on their “expert” caps and discuss the Clippers’ rotational outlook before tonight’s game against the Golden[...]
Today, ESPN.com unveiled its Western Conference edition of #NBApicks, in which 100 “experts'” aim to predict the records of each NBA team. (Experts must be in quotes when it includes the three of us). The result: an even 50 wins for the Clippers. What do you guys think? High, low or just[...]
Jordan Heimer, Charlie Widdoes and yours truly run a little 3-on-3 action on Lamar Odom: 1. Fact or Fiction: Lamar Odom is worth the trouble. Jordan Heimer: Duh. Look, evaluating roster moves gets simpler after you make the second round. Either an addition gives you a chance to beat th[...]
Draft aficionados Charlie Widdoes, Andrew Han and Michael Shagrin put on their best suits and run a little 3-on-3 action. Awkward handshakes and hats that are too small for everyone! 1. What do you think the Clippers need to address most in this draft? Charlie Widdoes: They are weakest on the[...]
1. Should Nick Young immediately be plugged into the starting lineup? Michael Shagrin: Yes. He should be given the opportunity to start, but by no means should it be looked at as locked up. While he is a skilled shooting guard with size who can create his own shot, he also is a notorious black hole.[...]
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 Clippers have now dropped consecutive games for the first time in 2012. We’ll try to figure out how. 1. Is it fair to say the Clippers played right into the hands of the Warriors, or were the Warriors just better? Charlie Widdoes, ClipperBlog: The Warriors were just better. Mark [...]
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