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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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Time for the Clippers to Step Up in Toronto

On December 27, 2014, I posted “Clippers to Face Over-Achieving Raptors This Afternoon” in which I gave my opinion about the Toronto Raptors. I described how it was my opinion that, despite their outstanding 23-7 record, they were an extremely … Continue reading

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Stats Tell Part of the Story for Disappointing Clippers

The LA Clippers went into the 2014–2015 NBA seasons with high hopes for a franchise-best season, maybe including a legitimate title shot. Instead, over the first 14 games of the season, they are a disappointing 9-5, and sitting three games … Continue reading

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Barely 1-0 Clippers To Face “Dangerous ” 0-2 Lakers

Following last nights all-to-close win over the hobbled Oklahoma City Thunder, the Clippers face their arena-mate LA Lakers, who have now been deemed “dangerous” by no less an expert on the subject than star power forward Blake Griffin. Kinda makes … 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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UCLA Bruins in the NBA – Opening Game Updates

In this post, Four UCLA Bruin Rookies On NBA Opening Day Rosters, I described the roles that the three first round picks from the Bruins would likely have as this NBA season begins, and I also mentioned how the New … Continue reading

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Lakers Versus Houston Rockets Starts This NBA Season

The Lakers open the 2014-5 NBA season tomorrow evening at Staples Center against the Houston Rockets, one year and one day from last season’s first game in which they upset the Clippers, giving undue and unearned hope to the fans … Continue reading

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Nash Gone: Lakers Can Move On and Work on Their Future

In July of 2012, the Los Angeles Lakers completed a Sign-and-Trade deal with the Phoenix Suns that was to cause more disarray and havoc, and long-range damage, than could ever have been estimated by the Lakers’ brain trust who negotiated … Continue reading

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