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[...]
Congratulations to the Atlanta Falcons for winning their second NFC Championship in franchise history! Their victory did nothing for the Atlanta Hawks, as they were handled by the visiting LA Clippers 115-105. The Clippers led by as many as 24 points in a game that may serve as the last one PF Blake[...]
The National Basketball Association interrupted the Olympics Thursday to release the schedule for the 2016-2017 season! 54,436 miles will be traveled this season. Complete schedule https://t.co/Sf7QhNJJtG pic.twitter.com/7xOYpXYhdI — LA Clippers (@LAClippers) August 11, 2016 The Los Angeles Clippers[...]
The Los Angeles Clippers have made the playoffs five years in a row. Each year, they fell short of the Conference Finals. They are in postseason purgatory. Over the past two weeks, ClipperBlog featured the other 17 teams to make at least five consecutive postseason appearances without reaching the C[...]
The Los Angeles Clippers have made the playoffs five years in a row. Each year, they fell short of the Conference Finals. They are in postseason purgatory. Over the next few weeks, ClipperBlog will feature the other 17 teams to make at least five consecutive postseason appearances without reaching t[...]
Whether you caught Saturday night’s Los Angeles Clippers loss against the Atlanta Hawks or not, make sure you check out this postgame analysis, featuring Doc Rivers, Chris Paul, and DeAndre Jordan:[...]
Buzzer Reaction Atlanta Hawks 107 Final Recap | Box score 97 Los Angeles Clippers MVP: Paul Millsap took full advantage of having smaller defenders against him on the night, scoring with ease and gobbling up rebounds as he pleased. The Atlanta forward would finish the night with 20 points on 8 of 14[...]
Atlanta Hawks (34-28) at Los Angeles Clippers (40-20) Staples Center 7:30 p.m. PST Saturday, March 5, 2016 TV: Prime Ticket 1. In the last meeting between these two teams, the Clippers won despite scoring only 85 points. What do the Clippers need to do better offensively against the Hawks? Brandon T[...]
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