Trainer, coach and ESPN.com contributor David Thorpe was in Minneapolis on Wednesday for the Clippers’ narrow loss to the Timberwolves. He had a chance to get a close look at the Clippers’ trio of rookie and came away with these impressions: Blake Griffin There’s almost nothing not[...]
Care for a dose of optimism? Charlie Widdoes explains why even after another loss, the future is looking bright in Clipperland. Some people like to say there is no such thing as a moral victory in professional sports, and while those people are welcome to their opinions, I respectfully disagree with[...]
Even before the off-season started, it was quite obvious what position the Clippers were going to focus on: acquiring a small forward. As a part of a financial overhaul to potentially lure a top free agent SF, the Clippers cut ties will all but five players, keeping Baron Davis at PG, Eric Gordon at[...]
A few notes as I get back into town and the groove of things: last night, I came home late to check in on the Clippers and the first thing I find is that Blake Griffin isn’t in the box score and I’m instantaneously nervous. I try to evaluate how the Clipper players have played (Cookie 28[...]
Ah, Tuesday Mailbag. Much less catchy… but also much less cranky than a Monday version. Again, thanks to everyone who sent in questions this week. Let’s get to it: Why did the Clippers sign Rasual Butler to a one year deal? I felt that he played selfishly last year, taking contested shot[...]
Transition is the buzzword floating around this summer, and for good reason. There’s a new head coach in town after Mike Dunleavy held the post for seven years, which is an eternity in this landscape. There are eight new players on the roster, five of them rookies. There’s a new general [...]
Before we begin, I’d just like to thank you all for sending in great questions. We got a ton of submissions, so if I missed your question don’t fret — there’s a good chance we’ll run it next week. Let’s get to it! Q: What are the implications of Eric Gordon’[...]
Could it have ended any other way? The Clippers went 1-4 and had their issues as a team in Vegas, but there were some nice individual performances throughout the five games. Al-Farouq Aminu got progressively better as the week went on, capping off the trip with a 21-point performance. Willie Warren [...]
Let's Go Clippers, let's go! This 2019/2020 season is going be incredible and we're watching every step with you.
Thank you for 11+ years of ClipperBlog. We're taking an undetermined hiatus but this site and archives will remain up for as long as we feel like paying the server bills. Thanks to all of the contributors, readers & supporters. Follow our instagram for future updates.