How important is a point guard? For 35 minutes in Oakland on Wednesday night, Don Nelson actually fielded a team without one. He simply had Stephen Jackson bring the ball up and work it to the wing. Saturday’s Clippers-Jazz game features two teams playing without their starting point guards[...]
Early on, the Clippers show they have the capacity to play quality basketball. They take their first lead at [1st, 4:36] when Baron Davis throws it into the post for Chris Kaman against Birdman Andersen. Kaman hasn’t done a lot right offensively to start the season, but when he sees Kenyon M[...]
Baron Davis indulges blogGQ in a Q & A. The questions are pretty facile, including the perfunctory circa-2003 Frankie Munoz reference, but it’s still a fun read: You signed with the Clippers thinking that you’d be playing with Elton Brand. But then he signed with Philly. That was definitel[...]
Ramona Shelburne gets to the bottom of Marcus Camby’s bruised heel. Camby is doubtful for tonight’s game. Al Thornton lost sleep over the Clippers’ lackluster performance Wednesday night. Carmelo Anthony will sit out tonight’s game at Staples, as he serves out his 2-game su[...]
During his tenure as the Clippers’ head coach, Mike Dunleavy has always preferred a more controlled offense. To a large extent that’s due to his natural inclinations, but it’s also been a function of the Clips’ personnel. There wasn’t a member of the Cassell-Mobley-Mag[...]
It’s such an obvious statement that I’m almost embarrassed to state it but the Clippers looked like a team that’s never played together. In that same spirit, it’s probably premature to make a categorical assessment of their ability to win basketball games this season. But i[...]
No team is returning fewer roster members than the Clippers. Can you name the five guys in uniform who logged minutes for the Clips last season? Four olympiads from four different countries are on the two rosters. Name ’em. Kobe Bryant, Baron Davis, and Derek Fisher played in all 82 games in[...]
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