There’s a lot that’s heartening — pre-Millsap in the 4th, when the Clippers let the game slip away. The Clippers convert their final bucket from the floor at 7:58 in the 4th, when Baron Davis banks a FG off the glass coming around a thick screen from Marcus Camby that pancakes Brevin Knight. After [...]
The Clippers and Utah are a study in stylistic contrast. To fully understand this, let’s perform a biopsy on Saturday night’s game: The Jazz ran 16 sets in which cuts resulted in shot attempts; the Clippers ran 3. In the first quarter, alone, the Jazz were 3-3 on those possessions — a fade from Ron[...]
Good News/Bad News on the Baron Davis front, per Lisa Dillman at the LAT. Shelburne’s prognosis is that both Davis and Marcus Camby will suit up Wednesday. Three games into the season, the Clippers rank 28th in offensive efficiency, 29th in defensive efficiency. Grainy footage of Mike Taylor’s NBADL dun[...]
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. With Deron Willia[...]
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 Martin slide over to [...]
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