Even when they stumble to a dismal 19-63 record, the Clippers manage to keep it interesting. Whether they’re lucking their way to the top pick in the draft, assembling a roster of high-priced malcontents, or deflecting another bizarre story about their owner, the Clips never deprive their fans[...]
Ross Siler of the Salt Lake Tribune: “The Clippers are probably five times as talented as the Golden State team that beat the Jazz with seven players on Saturday, but they sure didn’t play like it. Baron Davis – – no C.J. Watson – – was 1-for-13 and finished with [...]
In a rare confluence of offensive efficiency and defensive moxie, the Clippers put together their most impressive half of basketball this season. They outscore Sacramento 35-13 in the first quarter, missing only eight shots in 24 possessions, and go into halftime with a 58-32 lead. Everything works.[...]
Imagine it’s Spring 2008. You’re a 22-year-old basketball cautionary tale. A year earlier, you were booted off your college squad for disciplinary reasons. You managed to put together a solid campaign for the Idaho Stampede of the D-Leaguer, but Boise is still a long way from the L. I[...]
One number jumps out from the box score: The 24 turnovers. Squandering more than a quarter of possessions signifies a sloppy team– and by a fair measure, the Clippers are pretty sloppy tonight. Somehow, though, this game stirs an earnest hope. Gutsy performance would be the rote characterizat[...]
He’s perfectly fine is the word from team sources. Taylor injured his knee Saturday night at Houston and had to be helped off the court, though he returned to the game in the third quarter. Taylor has been a dynamic, dizzying force for the Clips in the dregs of spring basketball. His size wi[...]
This is the Clippers last game of a 6 game road trip, and as a reward they get a well rested Rockets team that hasn’t played in 4 days. Vegas has set the spread at 15.5, a relatively outrageous number for an NBA game. For all of you innocent cherubs out there who have never gambled, this means[...]
It’s very rare to see a game swing so dramatically in the very first minutes. The Clippers come out and hit their first two shots, and it’s easy to find yourself hoping that the positive momentum from the New York win is carrying over. This hope ends quickly though when Marcus Camby goes[...]
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