If Wednesday’s double-digit loss to the Houston Rockets was the formula for all that has gone wrong with the Los Angeles Clippers in the past week, it sure seemed as if they saved some of it for Friday’s contest against the Milwaukee Bucks. The team never appeared to get in a rhythm agai[...]
When the core of the roster has been a mainstay for so many years, it can be common to find flaws in the same areas even as the team looks to improve on them. Perhaps that is what makes the loss to San Antonio such a disappointment; sure, it comes on the tail end of a road-and-home back to back, whi[...]
If the Clippers, sans Chris Paul and on the road against the best team in the league, had been outclassed from the outset by Golden State–perhaps the loss would have been easier to swallow. But Los Angeles was very aware of the previous nine losses to Golden State and took full advantage of the Warr[...]
The Clippers suffered their latest bout of bad news earlier this week when Chris Paul tore a ligament in his left thumb and required surgery, meaning he will miss the next six to eight weeks. This, of course, after the franchise had already lost Blake Griffin for three-to-six weeks following knee su[...]
The last time the LA Clippers lost was on New Year’s Eve, when the Clippers went into Oklahoma City and were outscored 33-0 on the fastbreak and lost their 6th game in a row. They didn’t have PG Chris Paul due to a hamstring injury that night and were playing on the second night of a roa[...]
The LA Clippers won their fifth straight game after defeating the Orlando Magic 105-96 Wednesday night at STAPLES Center. Clippers SG J.J. Redick led the team with 22 points, adding 6 rebounds, 5 assists, and a blocked shot. PG Chris Paul had 18 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists, and 4 steals. C DeAndre[...]
The LA Clippers had to deal with another lineup change in their Sunday matinee game against the Miami Heat at STAPLES Center. SF Austin Rivers, he of back-to-back 20-point games for the first time in his career, would miss the game with flu-like symptoms. No matter – the Clippers found a way t[...]
The LA Clippers got PG Chris Paul back, traveled to Sacramento, and came away with their 3rd consecutive win to begin the month of January and the year of 2017 in a 106-98 victory over the Kings. Top Performer: Austin Rivers got the start at SF again, and he responded with a team-high 24 points whil[...]
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