Coming off the the disappointing loss in Portland, the Clippers face a familiar foe in the Warriors. It’s the two teams’ final match-up of the season and the third time they’ve played in the last two weeks, so they know each other and have the same goals. Both teams are on the outs[...]
There is no team in the league that has had worse luck with injuries than the Portland Trail Blazers. Sure, the Clippers have been a team that can bemoan Kaman and Baron’s time on the sideline, and in the past it’s been bad, but the Blazers have lost expansive swathes of playing time fro[...]
With Blake’s 47 point destruction of the Pacers on Monday, the Clippers have been showered with attention, mostly Blake-centric with a smattering of Gordon and Baron in the mix. – John Hollinger’s statistical breakdown of Blake’s historic rookie year: In the past four decades[...]
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Back in November the Clippers turned in their biggest stinker of the season, getting run off the Pacers home floor 107-80. They shot poorly from the field (33 percent, 22 percent from three) and they defended poorly (Pacers shot 50 percent from the field and 54 perc[...]
Today’s game against the Lakers drags up memories of the last LA grudge match, a game the Clippers should have won but didn’t. It’s a slightly easier pill to swallow now, since the Clippers have won 8 of their last 12, including wins over the Nuggets and the Heat, but that Laker ga[...]
After the Clippers’ best game of the season, I’ve been curious to see the reactions all around. I mean, do the Clips revel in this? Do they rest on their laurels? Do they continue to grow? So I looked around to see what was the reaction to the Clippers, which in large part was positive. [...]
The game’s highest profile team strolls into Staples Center tonight, winner of 21 of their last 22. They are laughing, having fun and enjoying being the bad guys. During the Cavs’ brutal loss to the Lakers, LeBron tweeted: “Crazy. Karma is a b****.. Gets you every time. Its not goo[...]
The Clippers down and up season continues as they face the Golden State Warriors today. In the two teams’ last meeting, in the second game of the season, the Clippers’ season still felt brighter than highlights, like they could win games regularly. After all, they played the Trail Blazer[...]
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