When is losing better than winning? The obvious answer has something to do with extra lottery balls, but let’s ignore that aspect (for now). Sometimes winning can complicate things where losing won’t. A loss is just a loss, and a defeat to the Hawks is to be expected given the circumstan[...]
From Adrian Wojnarowski’s Twitter: “Cavs get Jamison and Telfair, Clippers get Drew Gooden and Washington gets Illgauskas, Al Thornton and Brian Skinner and Cavs 1st round pick.” Here’s how the trade looks on ESPN’s Trade Machine. Drew Gooden’s contract expires at[...]
The expected stylistic change brought on by interim head coach Kim Hughes raises an all-important question: Can the Clippers function effectively as a running team? I took the opportunity to watch a ton of game tape to get a better sense of the Clippers’ tendencies, strengths and weaknesses wh[...]
Gordon was selected to the team, along with Derrick Rose, O.J. Mayo, Michael Beasley, Kevin Love, Brook Lopez, Danilo Gallinari, Russell Westbrook and Marc Gasol. The game is scheduled for February 12 — in 16 days. Presumably, Gordon’s toe will be healed by then. Then, of course… A[...]
Five thoughts from tonight’s game: Bench Play – After a sloppy first quarter from the starters, the Clippers bench came in and made an immediate impact, accounting for 22 of the team’s 50 first half points. Al Thornton’s role becomes more and more defined as the season moves [...]
Mike Dunleavy returned to practice Saturday after going to the hospital Friday morning for treatment on a herniated disk in his back. “I feel OK,” Dunleavy said, “but I’m not going to be doing any dancing any time soon.” Eric Pincus grades the first 30 games for the Cli[...]
The Clippers post an efficient offensive game — one that would have been exceptional if not for the bevy of offensive miscues, sloppy interior passes, a series of botched shots at the rim, missed free throws, and offensive rebounds that slide off the Clippers’ fingertips. Still, they use[...]
From Lisa Dillman at the Los Angeles Times: Two others could be Al Thornton and Marcus Camby, both suffering injuries in the Clippers’ most-recent loss, at Houston, on Tuesday. Thornton and Camby did not practice Thursday. Thornton jammed his right big toe against the Rockets, and Camby suffer[...]
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