The Los Angeles Clippers have made the playoffs five years in a row. Each year, they fell short of the Conference Finals. They are in postseason purgatory. Now, the debate about what the Clippers should do going forward will be what drives the offseason. Questions about head coach Doc Rivers and his[...]
Perceptions are hard to change in the NBA. Over the last year and a half, the Clippers have made the right moves, said the right things and made an internal transformation from one the league’s perennial laughingstocks to one of its most attractive destinations. Still, whenever the conversation of t[...]
Kevin & Jordan recap the Vinnie Del Negro Era for the Clippers as the search begins for their next head coach. The guys breakdown who the choices are and which one would be the best fit for Lob City. https://c.espnradio.com/s:5L8r1/audio/1750302/clippers_2013-05-30-120002.48.mp3[...]
Donald Sterling speaks unnecessarily. Chris Paul gets angry. We’ve all heard the stories, read the comments, wondered what the heck is going on that a re-signing that seemed like a foregone conclusion could suddenly be called into question. So let’s lay the pieces out and, evaluating the[...]
For ESPN Los Angeles, Kevin Arnovitz writes that the Clippers’ front office claims responsibility for Del Negro’s release. In response to reports that Chris Paul was unhappy with being linked to the firing of former coach Vinny Del Negro, Los Angeles Clippers management on Friday publicl[...]
“Sir, the question was, is this your handwriting?” By this point, you should know that Clippers owner Donald Sterling is incapable of showing any tact or restraint when speaking publicly. Locker room, courtside, court of law — it does not matter. Sterling’s foot is a heat see[...]
Former NBA coach Vinny Del Negro dishes on his dismissal from the Clippers, whether he feels like Chris Paul influenced the decision, the Spurs’ success, the keys to beat the Heat and more. https://c.espnradio.com/s:5L8r1/audio/1747112/audiomikeandmike_2013-05-28-102512.48.mp3[...]
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