Over at USAToday’s For the Win, Sean Highkin chats with Grant Hill about his transition to broadcasting and delves into thoughts on the changes in Los Angeles from last season to this. Q: One of the biggest factors in the Clippers’ success this season has been the improvement of DeAndre Jordan[...]
With 42 points on 14-of-26 shooting, it’s safe to say Carmelo Anthony had his way with the Clippers in Sunday’s matinee at Madison Square Garden. The Clippers got the win, so Anthony’s gaudy point total didn’t matter that much, but his performance continued a perturbing trend of opposing wings light[...]
Grant Hill might play this week. No joke, Grant Hill might play this week. (Want to check that over one more time? Okay, I’ll give you a second.) A game-time decision means it might not happen by Saturday against the Magic, but at this point, a Hill return seems imminent, something we weren’t even s[...]
After practice on Tuesday, Chris Paul talked about Grant Hill’s possible return this week, if winning breeds team chemistry (or vice versa), and has to deal with verbal barrages from Blake Griffin and Caron Butler.[...]
The NBA and Sprint announced the players on the 2013 All-Star ballot on Wednesday and L.A. Clippers Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Grant Hill and Chauncey Billups made the list. 36 “frontcourt” and 24 guards were selected from each conference, totaling 120 players. The ballot was decided by [...]
“It’s pretty disheartening the Clippers played so poorly this game. They were completely unprepared for the intensity of the playoffs,” I said as the fourth quarter began. “Oh look, and now they’re going on the patented ‘too-little-too-late’ run to make the final score look respectable.” After the t[...]
News casually came out yesterday before the Warriors preseason game clarifying Grant Hill and Lamar Odom’s lack of availability since China: No Lamar Odom and Grant Hill again tonight. VDN used the term “bone bruise” — Dan Woike (@DanWoikeSports) October 23, 2012 That’s[...]
It wasn’t pretty, but the Clippers defeated the Heat in Chris Paul’s return from injury first preseason game this season. The Clippers led early and throughout, a stark contrast from the bashing they took in their first meeting with the Heat. However, L.A. nearly blew its 17-point fourth[...]
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