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  • LA Clippers see injuries heal prior to opener

    LA Clippers see injuries heal prior to opener

    Doc Rivers was worried about injuries piling up during the preseason. Luckily for the Los Angeles Clippers, the cavalry will return for opening night against the Los Angeles Lakers. A number of players have said, “I’m ready to go” in the days leading up to the first game. Danilo Gallinari, Austin...
  • Defense key in NBA’s era of offense

    Defense key in NBA’s era of offense

    NBA offenses have become quite sophisticated. In fact, some of the league’s lesser teams have been responsible for a prolific number of points in recent years. Take, for example, the 2016-17 Brooklyn Nets. Even though the team finished with the league’s worst record at 20-62, they still managed to...
  • New-look LA Clippers striving for playoffs

    New-look LA Clippers striving for playoffs

    The Los Angeles Clippers have become a fixture in the Western Conference playoffs in recent years, but the amount of quality competition will make the playoffs a challenge for most teams. While the Clippers have established smaller goals, superstar forward Blake Griffin said the team’s main goal is...
  • LA Clippers looking to get healthy for opener

    LA Clippers looking to get healthy for opener

    Luckily for the Los Angeles Clippers, there are still eight days before the regular season opener against the Los Angeles Lakers. Head coach Doc Rivers needs a number of his key players to get healthy–and the good news is that most of the players should be ready by Oct. 19. Danilo Gallinari, Patrick...
  • Top 5 ‘Must Watch’ NBA Teams

    Top 5 ‘Must Watch’ NBA Teams

    The NBA is in a great place in 2017-18. The talent level is strong, and despite the Golden State Warriors’ expected dominance, many top teams have improved over the offseason. That has been evident throughout the preseason, as teams predicted to make a jump have put on a good show. The NBA is filled...
  • LA Clippers rookie looking to make his mark

    LA Clippers rookie looking to make his mark

    There are very few guarantees in the life of an NBA player drafted in the second round. For Los Angeles Clippers rookie Sindarius Thornwell, he’s just trying to prove he belongs. Thornwell, the No. 48 overall pick out of South Carolina in the 2017 NBA Draft, has had an impressive training camp for...
  • Milos Teodosic solidifying starting spot for LA Clippers

    Milos Teodosic solidifying starting spot for LA Clippers

    If the preseason is any indication, Los Angeles Clippers head coach doc Rivers is planning to start international point guard Milos Teodosic this season. Teodosic came off the bench in the team’s first game, and he now has several starts under his belt. Even in a loss to the Portland Trail Blazers...
  • LA Clippers have chance for fast start

    LA Clippers have chance for fast start

    The Western Conference will not provide many easy games for the Los Angeles Clippers, so it is imperative that the team get off to a fast start. Of the team’s first nine games, seven are at home–and the eighth is against the Los Angeles Lakers in Staples Center. Of those nine games, the Clippers...
  • The Los Angeles Clippers have scheduled a host of promotional giveaways for fans in 2017-18.

    Los Angeles Clippers open home slate with two giveaways

    Two nights after opening the regular season against the Los Angeles Lakers, the Clippers will welcome the Phoenix Suns to Staples Center. As part of the home opener on Oct. 21, all fans in attendance will receive an opening night t-shirt and an LED wristband. The giveaway is the first in a long line...
  • New Clipper Patrick Beverley critical for team’s success

    New Clipper Patrick Beverley critical for team’s success

    The Los Angeles Clippers will be relying heavily on a lot of newcomers this season. Patrick Beverley is no exception. Generally regarded as one of the league’s best perimeter defenders, Beverley will have his hands full on a nightly basis. The Western Conference will dole out a plethora of talented...
  • Los Angeles Clippers coaching preview: Doc Rivers finds himself in new territory

    Los Angeles Clippers coaching preview: Doc Rivers finds himself in new territory

    Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers will experience something new in 2017-18: he will only act as coach. Rivers had been serving the Clippers as president of basketball operations, a role that is now occupied by former NBA head coach Lawrence Frank. Rivers will continue to have a say in the...
  • Danilo Gallinari arrives in LA as one of Los Angeles Clippers’ most important players

    Danilo Gallinari arrives in LA as one of Los Angeles Clippers’ most important players

    Danilo Gallinari has yet to play a regular season game for the Los Angeles Clippers, but they are already relying on him. Under head coach Doc Rivers, the Clippers have historically struggled at the small forward position. On paper at least, that all changed when Los Angeles signed Gallinari to a...
  • Milos Teodosic emerges as vital piece for Los Angeles Clippers

    Milos Teodosic emerges as vital piece for Los Angeles Clippers

    Milos Teodosic has yet to play a regular season NBA game, but his presence on the Los Angeles Clippers will likely decide how far this team goes in the Western Conference. The international sensation comes to the United States with a stellar reputation as a gifted offensive playmaker. At 30 years...
  • DeAndre Jordan highlights the Los Angeles Clippers’ center depth

    DeAndre Jordan highlights the Los Angeles Clippers’ center depth

    Even though the NBA seems to be moving away from the traditional center, DeAndre Jordan will still function as the anchor for the Los Angeles Clippers. Jordan can’t shoot three-pointers–nor will he ever–but he is the team’s defensive lynchpin and one of the league’s best defenders. His presence in...
  • Lou Williams faces increased role with Los Angeles Clippers

    Lou Williams faces increased role with Los Angeles Clippers

    Lou Williams has made a living as a perennial Sixth Man of the Year candidate, and that role will only increase with the Los Angeles Clippers. The 30-year-old point guard will need to emerge as one of the primary candidates to replace Chris Paul, and he is one of this season's most important...
  • Previewing the Los Angeles Clippers’ forward depth

    Previewing the Los Angeles Clippers’ forward depth

    The Los Angeles Clippers have never had tremendous depth at the small forward position, but that is poised to change in 2017-18. The free-agent signing of Danilo Gallinari gives head coach Doc Rivers a versatile forward who can get shoot three-pointers, score inside, and get to the free-throw line...
  • Blake Griffin: The Clippers’ most important player in 2017-18

    Blake Griffin: The Clippers’ most important player in 2017-18

    For the first time in Blake Griffin’s career, the Los Angeles Clippers are his team.  In the past teammates would defer to Chris Paul, but now Griffin is the elder statesman and the team will do as he does. Owner Steve Ballmer and the front office committed to Griffin in a big way this offseason...
  • Los Angeles Clippers boast guard depth for 2017-18

    Los Angeles Clippers boast guard depth for 2017-18

    Even though the Los Angeles Clippers traded away Chris Paul, one of the league’s preeminent point guards, they still boast one of the Western Conference’s deepest backcourts. The organization moved swiftly, signing international sensation Milos Teodosic–who should see starting minutes at some point...
  • Michael Beasley making most of time in New York

    Michael Beasley making most of time in New York

    The New York Knicks have not even kicked off the regular season and already Michael Beasley has made enough headlines to last a lifetime. He knows how to cater to an audience, though. Beasley has bounced around the league since becoming the No. 2 overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft. He spent last...
  • Portland’s Damian Lillard says 'no' to superteams

    Portland’s Damian Lillard says 'no' to superteams

    The Portland Trail Blazers received good news from star point guard Damian Lillard. If he has his way, he won’t be leaving to join a “superteam” any time soon. Keeping in line with what TNT analyst Charles Barkley has said, Lillard claimed he is not a fan of joining with other superstars to...
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