The LA Clippers split their 2016-2017 season series with the Philadelphia 76ers, beating them 112-100 on Saturday, March 11 at STAPLES Center. Clippers All-Star C DeAndre Jordan had 19 points and 20 rebounds, while PG Chris Paul had a season-high 30 points.[...]
While DeAndre Jordan was off to a career high in free throw percentage to begin the season, the past few months have looked more like years past. The result, once again, is a percentage below 50 percent (.478 entering today’s contest). The month of March has been an especially rough time at th[...]
The good news: Blake Griffin is back! The bad news: The defense didn’t make the trip to South Philly. Clippers head coach Doc Rivers missed this game due to an illness, leaving assistant Mike Woodson to man the sidelines for LA. The 76ers had lost 9 games in a row to the Clippers, with 5 of th[...]
The National Basketball Association interrupted the Olympics Thursday to release the schedule for the 2016-2017 season! 54,436 miles will be traveled this season. Complete schedule https://t.co/Sf7QhNJJtG pic.twitter.com/7xOYpXYhdI — LA Clippers (@LAClippers) August 11, 2016 The Los Angeles Clippers[...]
Buzzer Reaction Los Angeles Clippers 98 Final Recap | Box score 92 Philadelphia 76ers MVP: For 47 minutes of the game, it looked like the Sixers would notch their first win this season against an above .500 opponent, and that was largely thanks to the play of Jerami Grant. The second-year player was[...]
Los Angeles Clippers (34-17) @ Philadelphia 76ers (8-43) Wells Fargo Center 4:00 p.m. PST February 8, 2016 Fox Prime Ticket 1. Lance Stephenson or Austin Rivers? J.D. Evans: Well, Lance is the only Clipper left without a broken hand, so let’s go with him. The problem is obvious (i.e., he can&[...]
Whether you caught Saturday night’s Los Angeles Clippers win over the Philadelphia 76ers or not, make sure you check out this postgame analysis, featuring Doc Rivers, Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan, and Austin Rivers:[...]
Buzzer Reaction Philadelphia 76ers 99 Final Recap | Box score 130 Los Angeles Clippers MVP: With a leap towards the basket or a power dribble through the paint, DeAndre Jordan could be seen stuffing the ball through the rim often. He lead all starters in points and rebounds with 22 and 13, respectiv[...]
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