The Los Angeles Clippers have selected C.J. Wilcox out of Washington with the No. 28 overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. Wilcox is a 6-foot-5, 201-pound shooting guard out of Washington. He’s a shooter who hit 39 percent of his threes last season and wing defender with a 6-foot-8 wingspan. He&[...]
Over at Upside & Motor, I wrote about the problems we have judging NBA prospects and why using mainstream numbers probably isn’t the best way to evaluate a college kid. Click here to read the whole piece. Here is an excerpt: That’s the thing. These guys are going to be utilized differently[...]
We have mere hours until the NBA Draft, so heading into it, let’s look at my big board heading into Thursday night. Potential Clippers picks at No. 28 have an asterisk next to their names. Leave your gripes and disagreements below. Andrew Wiggins, SF, Kansas — If you’re drafting first, i[...]
ClipperBlog managing editor Andrew Han wants to learn about the 2014 NBA Draft. We’re here to teach. Initially, Andrew had 10 questions, but now, with the draft coming up on June 26, he has five more. And though they may not be the right ones, I’ve got answers. In case you missed it, here are the li[...]
June 21 was just a few days ago. The calendar has officially moved to summer. But really, we know the true season right now is draft season. So, let’s start off a draft-themed ClipperBag with some prospect-related questions. Iman Shump would be great on LAC. Can the Clippers use Darren Collison in a[...]
ClipperBlog managing editor Andrew Han wants to learn about the 2014 NBA Draft. We’re here to teach. Now, with the draft coming up on June 26, Andrew has 10 questions. And though they may not be the right ones, I’ve got answers. If you missed the five questions in part 1, you can read here. Here are[...]
As we look ahead to the 2014 NBA Draft, I look back on the players current Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers had a chance to develop with the Boston Celtics. Rivers, who also doubles as the Clippers’ Senior Vice President of Basketball Operations, has only the 28th overall pick with which t[...]
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