Expect the game between the Raptors and Clippers to be a spirited contest. Over at Clippers.com, D.J. Foster is talking about the Raptors having a “whiplash game”, or a bounce back game, after the Raps suffered a humiliating 138-100 beatdown at the hands of the Golden State Warriors. Add[...]
Friday night fight night as the Clippers play Lakers in the final game of the hallways series! Andrew Kamenetzky of the Land O’Lakers Blog stops by to talk Lakers and Clippers before the match-up Breene Murphy: The Lakers have been playing great recently, and Kobe has been the most emotionally[...]
With the Wizards and the Clippers squaring off, it’s hard not to think of “What if Blake Griffin and John Wall played on the same team?” It’s not to hard to imagine, the Clippers overcame similar odds in 2009 when they drafted Blake Griffin, and had that happened in 2010, we [...]
What has always amazed me about the Phoenix Suns, beyond Steve Nash’s abilities to run the point, has been the way that the team keeps its players on the court. They allow Steve Nash to play like Steve Nash because he’s always on the court. Since Nash joined the Phoenix Suns, he has miss[...]
The fans will probably boo Baron. I understand the reaction, Baron never even came close to living up to his contract, but Baron’s stay with the Clippers felt larger than just a failure to live up to a contract. That is too typical to any team in the NBA. Baron, even in his failures, was speci[...]
A lot going on in Clipperland right now: Elton Brand Returns. EB was the centerpiece on the best Clipper team in history (2005-2006) when the Clippers won their only first round matchup. After the team returned to mediocrity in 2007 and 2008, Elton Brand looked like he would rejuvenate the Clippers [...]
If the Clippers win against the Griz, and go 4-1 on the road trip, it’ll be the best record on a road trip of 5 or more games since the Clips moved to L.A. Had the Clippers not bungled up the New Jersey game (for various reasons beyond Blake’s missed free throw, like Mo’s awful sho[...]
Before the magnificence of Blake Griffin’s season set in, pundits around the league anticipated a close race for Rookie of the Year. John Wall not only fit as the proposed competition, but many believed he was the front runner. After all, point guards start with the ball in their hands, get to[...]
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