From his blog: The Clippers are in turmoil and have announced they “want to win now.” Is this possible? Since trading away Marcus Camby the Clippers have played around 8 points worse than an average NBA team. Surprisingly, most of the poor play has occurred when Steve Blake is in. Blake had played g[...]
The Oklahoma City Thunder has been a good measuring stick for the Clippers the past two years. In the final game of the 2009 campaign, the 23-win Thunder team hammered the Clippers at the Staples Center by 41 points, 126-85. In a nightmare season, marred by injuries, the 2009 Clippers walked off t[...]
There is a swirl of themes surrounding the Clippers right now, many of which come into focus in a big win over a very good team Monday night, albeit the Clips almost blow the game in spectacular fashion over the final couple of minutes. It’s clear that the Clippers aren’t a horrible team[...]
Around Halloween time as a kid, do you remember reading about Witches’ Soup? Basically Witches’ Soup was made by a witch that threw a bunch of nasty stuff into a giant black cauldron — boots, banana peels, spiders, eyeballs…ya know, that whole bit. I specifically remember as [...]
Marcus Camby on his new situation: “Anytime you get traded it’s always an awkward situation, especially when you’ve been in a place for a couple of years, you’re used to your surroundings, you know, you enjoy the situation that you’re in. But then to find out you’re traded and you have to move on to[...]
For a team that’s dedicated itself to a more intuitive brand of basketball, I can’t recall one instant, apart from Bobby Brown’s alley-oop to DeAndre Jordan (3rd, 0:37), when a member of the Clippers creates a shot or makes a play for a teammate. You see basic entry passes (althoug[...]
ClipperBlog contributor Krai Charuwatsuntorn checks in and provides some insight on what Chris Kaman’s All-Star selection means for the franchise. In a season rapidly spiraling out of control, Chris Kaman’s selection to the 2010 All-Star team should be cause for celebration for a franchi[...]
From my column at ESPN Los Angeles: The debacle in Oakland Wednesday brought into focus the fallacies of the Clippers’ new strategy. Hughes and Davis have been diplomatic with regard to Dunleavy, but both men seem to subscribe to a syllogism that goes something like this: (A) The Clippers̵[...]
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