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Despite the Fast Start, Did the Clippers Do Enough in Offseason?

The LA Clippers had their most impressive victory of the young season in a record-setting game last night in San Antonio, defeating the Spurs by 24 points, 116 to 92, behind the continued great play of Blake Griffin and a … Continue reading

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Hard to Find An Upgrade to Clippers’ Roster

The 2015-2016 season was a major disappointment for the LA Clippers, but much of that was due to injury, in particular the injuries that kept Blake Griffin out for much of the season and then that knocked Chris Paul out … Continue reading

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NBA Owners Working on Deal to Stave Off Bankruptcy & Homelessness

Just last month, Forbes published an article that revealed that the AVERAGE value of an NBA team has tripled over the past four years, and has now risen to the sum of $1.25 Billion. During the brief tenure of new … Continue reading

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Scott’s Take on Russell Reveals His Own Inadequacies

D’Angelo Russell’s first game in the NBA was an absolute disaster, with the 19-year-old looking like he should be on a junior college team and not in a Lakers’ uniform hauling down millions of dollars. Russell’s debut performance produced a … Continue reading

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“New Look” Lakers Could Exceed Last Year’s Awful Record

Gone are Jordan Hill and Carlos Boozer, gone are Jeremy Lin and Wayne Ellington, gone are Ed Davis and Xavier Henry, gone are Wesley Johnson and Jabari Brown, and gone is the NBA’s worst, least talented player, Ronnie Price. Now … Continue reading

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Clippers Sizzle While Lakers Snore

The NBA off-season dance has been fascinating to watch as Cleveland and San Antonio stand out for their quick and aggressive actions and as the forest of tall tress of big men fall fast and furious, one after another. As … Continue reading

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Clippers Need a Little Fairness and Impartiality

A lot of the talk that has been circulating since Wednesday’s Clippers’ loss to the officials, uh, excuse me, to the Rockets, has been about what really was responsible for the Rockets’ win. Did Houston just outplay the Clippers? Did … Continue reading

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Clippers Need to Want to Win This One

Following the Clippers’ amazing win Monday in Houston, local commentators have been saying that the Clippers are satisfied to have won the opener on the road and that tonight’s game really doesn’t matter, that losing does not hurt them, after … Continue reading

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The Clippers: REAL Basketball Players and Not Pretenders?

NBA playoff time is when real basketball players show how great they are, and the pretenders quickly fall by the wayside. Some young, talented players may provide less than overwhelming performances, but if they are as good as advertised, they … Continue reading

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