Perhaps the best way to begin a consideration of the Rookie of the Year, from the perspective of a Clipper fan, is to remember that other people don’t think or see things the same way that we do. Out there in the real world of the NBA and its fans, John Wall seems an easy and obvious primary candida[...]
Yes, that’s what you think it is, Blake Griffin on the reverse jam. Considering the agony of last year, it’s comforting to see that he is completely healthy. Earlier in the week, Craig Smith tweeted that Blake was as strong as Karl Malone and as athletic as LeBron. I think that’s a[...]
From the no-brainer file of the Clippers press release database: The Los Angeles Clippers today exercised the club’s fourth-year contract option on guard Eric Gordon and the third-year contract option on forward Blake Griffin. Gordon, originally selected by the Clippers as the seventh overall pick i[...]
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’[...]
This piece is from Breene Murphy, Clipperblog’s newest contributor: Baron Davis sat on the training table adjacent to the practice court, one knee pulled into his chest, watching draft prospects run through drills and scrimmages the first time I saw him up close, at the Clippers Training Facil[...]
You’ve heard the rumors. Carmelo Anthony wants out of Denver, and the Clippers have emerged as one of the likely destinations. Could a marriage between Melo and Los Angeles work? When considering a potential deal, there’s a couple of things to keep in mind. First off, Anthony would absol[...]
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