In the wake of DeAndre Jordan’s (pending) Departure to Dallas, the Clippers have made their first move, agreeing to terms with small forward, Wesley Johnson (per RealGM’s Shams Charania). It’s not a home run move by any stretch of the imagination but hopefully it’s enough for J.J. Redick to re[...]
During a Clippers offseason of unprecedented manuevering, owner Donald Sterling surprised hoopheads and Angelenos alike yesterday when his front office waived Ryan Gomes and the $4-million left on his contract via the amnesty provision. Initially designed in the Collective Bargaining Agreement to sa[...]
While you keep your fingers crossed for the MRI results on Chauncey Billups and his left Achilles, let’s give you some waiting room material to browse over. Jordan Heimer was on Lob City Ledger duty last night, and pointed out something that’s been mentioned in the comments section here:[...]
Sooner or later the Clippers were going to get burned. It’s not that they’ve been playing poorly as a team, it’s just that their way of winning games felt a little unsustainable. To use our most recent popular term here (move over, glue guy!), the Clippers offensive performances wi[...]
Here’s ESPN.com’s David Thorpe discussing the intricacies of the high pick-and-roll, how it will look with Chris Paul and Griffin running it, and what’s needed around those two guys to make it successful:[...]
Technically speaking, the small forward position should be the easiest to fill in the NBA. The league is littered with athletes in the 6-foot-8 range – quick players with the skills to play on the wing and the size to help in the frontcourt. The skilled center comes rare, the true point guard capabl[...]
The Clippers need better performance from the small forward position. Ryan Gomes woefully underwhelmed in his first year with the Clippers. Rumors have spread about the possibility of the Clippers trading Chris Kaman for Andre Iguodala, in attempt to balance the starting five. But barring that trade[...]
By Brian Chan Special to ClipperBlog The NBA is the best basketball league in the world. Naturally, only the best college and international players make it, and even the lowliest bench player had his moment at some point. Brian Cook was once Big-10 Player of the Year! With the start of March Madness[...]
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