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Clippers’ a Mere 31 Games Ahead of Lakers, Is That All?

In a season that may or may not be the worst ever in the long and storied history of the Minneapolis/Los Angeles Lakers, the cross-arena rival Los Angeles Clippers keep sailing along towards their greatest season ever. Last night at … 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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The NBA, FIBA World Cup, Oh, and the Clippers

For almost 65 years, some of the top basketball players in the world have participated in the FIBA World Cup, held quadrennially among men’s national teams of the members of the International Basketball Federation. Since the games of 1994, the … Continue reading

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Clippers Fill Biggest Need in Big Way

A few days after signing Specer Hawes, at which time I wrote then the teams’ biggest remaining need was a solid back-up point guard, the Clippers have made another great move in signing Jordan Farmar to a two-year deal. The … Continue reading

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Commissioner Goodell, Stop Trump NOW!

The NBA has been thrown asunder by the dissemination of repeated instances of racist words and conduct on the part of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. Commission Adam Silver acted quickly, imposing the largest fine possible, banning Sterling from … Continue reading

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Absurd Donald Sterling Saga Takes Yet Another Turn for the Weird

Every aspect of the 2014 saga of Clippers “Owner” Donald Sterling has been, to say the least, bizarre. The world is well aware of V. Stiviano and her face visors, not to mention the other-worldly relationship Sterling has had with … 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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Clippers and Sterling Both Dealing with Fouls

Distractions aside, the Clippers are now tied 3-3 in their playoff series against Golden State with the seventh and deciding game tomorrow night at home in Staples Center. That means, maybe first and foremost, that they will have less fouls … Continue reading

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Clear Winners and Losers in NBA Action – Clippers’ Primed for Tonight

There are several clear winners after today’s decisive action by Commissioner Adam Silver and the NBA. First and foremost, the new Commissioner, in his first real action since taking over from David Stern, acted decisively, firmly, and correctly in imposing … Continue reading

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