When looking at the Clippers’ defensive woes over the last 5 games, it can be easy to forget how the defense showed signed of improvement in the four games prior to the All-Star break. Given the injuries and variation in lineups thus far, it might even be forgivable if one forgot that the domi[...]
If Wednesday’s double-digit loss to the Houston Rockets was the formula for all that has gone wrong with the Los Angeles Clippers in the past week, it sure seemed as if they saved some of it for Friday’s contest against the Milwaukee Bucks. The team never appeared to get in a rhythm agai[...]
In a game where both the Rockets and the Clippers appeared to have reached a mutual agreement to just have fun out there and not play any defense, L.A. could not make enough shots to keep up with Houston. And the Rockets made a lot of shots. Some were guarded, most were not. From the beginning of th[...]
Doc Rivers speaks the virtues of playing downhill so often that it borders on becoming a trope. And yet, against a team as sorely lacking in frontcourt depth as the Charlotte Hornets, to penetrate and attack the paint can be viewed as the most logical strategy for the Clippers, even from an outsider[...]
When the core of the roster has been a mainstay for so many years, it can be common to find flaws in the same areas even as the team looks to improve on them. Perhaps that is what makes the loss to San Antonio such a disappointment; sure, it comes on the tail end of a road-and-home back to back, whi[...]
If the Clippers, sans Chris Paul and on the road against the best team in the league, had been outclassed from the outset by Golden State–perhaps the loss would have been easier to swallow. But Los Angeles was very aware of the previous nine losses to Golden State and took full advantage of the Warr[...]
It’s nice to be home! The LA Clippers entered the All-Star break with a 4-game winning streak after sweeping the season series with the Atlanta Hawks. In a season that has been incredibly streaky, mostly due to physical setbacks by PG Chris Paul and PF Blake Griffin, the Clippers have mostly t[...]
Monday started with the announcement that Clippers PF Blake Griffin was named the Western Conference Player of the Week, after Griffin nearly messed around and averaged a triple-double in three games: #Clippers PF Blake Griffin earns first Player of the Week award since December 2014 pic.twitter.com[...]
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