The indispensable 82games.com has launched its 2009-10 coverage, and the advanced numbers for the Clippers are both fascinating and encouraging. Improved Ball Movement For the first time in a long while, the Clippers are truly able to space the floor effectively. As a result, the ball has been flowi[...]
From the Twitter feed of Los Angeles Times Clippers beat writer, Lisa Dillman: Eric Gordon (sore left groin) doubtful for Monday night’s game vs. New Orleans. Eric’s numbers have been astounding through six games and his absence makes life far more difficult for a Clippers’ team wi[...]
Opening night is always a little dizzying. It’s difficult to measure the new versus the familiar, and to banish what you want to forget while still recalling the stuff that’s useful to remember. Though all five Clipper starters Tuesday night are alumni of last season’s miserable sq[...]
There wasn’t a lot to take away from the Clippers’ 91-88 win Friday night over a Hornets team playing without both Chris Paul and Emeka Okafor. The Clips had a better night on the glass and were more careful with the ball, but despite playing hard, the game had a very preambulatory feel [...]
Kevin Pelton ranks his Top 10 prospects at Basketball Prospectus, and DeAndre Jordan comes in at No. 4: “Because veterans Marcus Camby and Chris Kaman are ahead of him on the Clippers’ depth chart, Jordan is still a name to file away for the future at this point. However, when injuries s[...]
Dave Berri has a new post up at The Wages of Wins Journals prognosticating the Clippers as a vastly improved team in 2009-10. Berri’s optimism is based on a number of factors: Blake Griffin’s monster collegiate numbers translate well to the pro game. Assume — and it’s quite a[...]
The Clippers 103-96 victory tonight over the Utah Jazz ensures them a spot in the” finals” tomorrow where they’ll battle the host Lakers for the “championship” of the Lakers preseason shootout tournament. No word yet on whether there will be a goofy trophy presentation [...]
There’s always a danger in small sample sizes, but anyone looking for an illustration of how Rasual Butler improves the Clippers offense can examine the third quarter of Monday night’s game. Down 16 points to the Warriors at halftime, the Clippers start the second half with a lineup of[...]
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