Tag Archives: Doc Rivers

Paul and Jordan Are Not Enough For Depleted Clippers

Blake Griffin has now missed eleven games since his elbow surgery early last month, and while the Clippers have won seven of them, their lack of depth is getting more and more critical as their roster becomes more and more … Continue reading

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Clippers’ Thin Roster Undercuts DeAndre Jordan’s Great Play

In their last three games, all after the injury to Blake Griffin, the Clippers have defeated Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio, all teams virtually assured of playoff spots, and in the three wins they have been led by the phenomenal … Continue reading

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Clippers, Griffin Get Devastating News

As the Clippers, marred in their worst slump of the season and first-ever three-game losing streak under coach Doc Rivers, prepare to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder, it has been announced that irreplaceable power forward Blake Griffin will miss … Continue reading

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Out From Under the Sterling Yoke, the Clippers Are Ready!

After a tremendous regular season in which the Los Angeles Clippers repeated as Pacific Division Champions, they stumbled through an all too brief post-season, weighted down by the antics of now former owner Donald Sterling. Amid the threat of insurrection, … Continue reading

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Key Clippers Hit Stride As Regular Season Approaches

At Staples Center last evening, and in front of new owner Steve Ballmer, the LA Clippers pretty much went through the motions for three quarters, but then, with only 60 minutes of pre-season basketball left to get ready for games … Continue reading

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Clippers Actions Are Good, Rumors Not So Much

The Clippers have filled a major need with the signing of center Spencer Hawes. For $23 million over four years, the Clippers get a legitimate center who can score. Last year, in a season split between the 76ers and Cavaliers, … Continue reading

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The Best of Seasons, the Worst of Seasons

And, just like that, it all ended for the Clippers. The greatest season in their history and at the same time the worst, all ended last night just after 10:00 pm, PDT. In a playoff season that seemed to include … Continue reading

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On The Night Clippers Make Playoffs, “Old” Clippers’ Issues Re-Emerge

As the Clippers eased by the hapless Houston Rockets minus the ego-man, they set a franchise record that is important to them, but makes little impact on Los Angeles basketball fans use to the continual success of Staples’ Center’s “other” … Continue reading

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The Best Partial Trade the Clippers Never Made

Coming off their greatest season ever, the LA Clippers were geared up for a few key changes that they hoped would vault them into the upper echelon of the NBA hierarchy. They set their sights on a proven, winning coach, … Continue reading

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