The Clippers out-gunned the Spurs 120-108 to get their first win in San Antonio since 2002. Let’s get to five thoughts from the win. That’s, like, a really long time: Fox Sports Prime Ticket ran a graphic during the game that said gas was $1.29 a gallon the last time the Clippers won in San Antonio. I refu[...]
Well, hey. Guess who just lost to the third or so worst team in the NBA? This was a very Clippers performance (for this year, I mean. We’re not doing more Cursed Franchise talk). Chris Paul started slow but finished very strong (4 first-half turnovers, if memory serves, and he finished the game with 5, had a big [...]
We have a special guest preview for tonight’s game. In an attempt to familiarize us with the opponent, Nets are Scorching blogger Justin DeFeo was kind enough to answer a few questions. I did the same, so if you aren’t sick of reading my thoughts, be sure to head over there to check them out. Enjoy! 1) H[...]
Whenever the sky used to fall on the Los Angeles Lakers back in the day, you could always count on the babbling of their fans to be pacified with the mention of one single phrase: “The Switch.” Even if it wasn’t always logical, there was this faith that the Lakers could turn it on whenever they needed[...]
The Clippers lost their cool in every sense of the word, as they fell for the third time this season to Minnesota. 1. Why do the Timberwolves have the Clippers’ number? Charlie Widdoes, ClipperBlog: They match up well and they are much better coached. Blake Griffin wants no part of Kevin Love, who punishes h[...]
Hey gang, it’s just me tonight, talking about the Clippers’ win in that OT…eyebrow raiser. It wasn’t good enough to be an OT thriller, I don’t think, but it was certainly a back-and-forth game. So, probably the thing that stood out the most was Blake. Houston had his number last season, bu[...]
The Clippers’ nasty habits were on full display tonight. Here’s the Lob City Ledger from the 81-78 loss to the Suns: Blake Griffin 6-19 FG | 5-5 FT | 7 REB | 1 AST | 9 PTS | -5 GRADE D+ Tough shooting nights happen, but there’s no excuse for blatant laziness. Blake Griffin refused to contest shots def[...]
The Clippers came into this game licking their wounds from a disappointing home loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, and having lost 6 of their last 7 meetings in Sacramento. It’s the sort of awkward note that could easily sabotage a bad team, and I guess I’ve become accustomed to thinking that would still submarine the[...]
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