Potential Offseason Moves for the LA Clippers

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It’s May and Clippers basketball is a long way away. The long wait feels eternal as teams remaining in the playoffs battle for the title. Meanwhile, Clipper fans are forced to root for teams they despised just a season ago. But with no basketball in LA, the churns of trade machines and machinations of jersey […] READ MORE


Covington Agrees to Extension with LA

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One of the biggest priorities for the Los Angeles Clippers is complete. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that forward Robert Covington agrees to a two-year, $24M extension with the club. Covington arrived in a mid-season trade from the Portland Trail Blazers along with Norman Powell. Covington Agrees to Extension with LA Initially seen as a […] READ MORE


John Wall’s Fit with the Clippers

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A void at point guard was conceived following the Clippers’ mid-season trade with the Portland Trail Blazers. Eric Bledsoe’s departure led to more minutes for Terance Mann. Mann did a solid job and saw growth as the ball was placed in his hands. But the Clippers still looked like they needed a true point guard […] READ MORE


Short-Handed Clippers Face Toughest Test

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The last game of the western conference play-in tournament just got a major shakeup. The bout to decide the eighth seed between the New Orleans Pelicans and LA Clippers took a left turn when star forward Paul George was placed into health and safety protocols. Per Farbod Esnaashari of Sports Illustrated, George felt symptoms and […] READ MORE


Projecting Playoff Rotations for the Clippers

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It’s official, the LA Clippers will face the Minnesota Timberwolves in the Play-In tournament. The Clippers need to knock out Minnesota on the road in order to secure their playoff participation. It is no easy task, however. The Timberwolves currently lead the league in points per game, pace, and possessions. In addition, they face a […] READ MORE


Paul George’s Return Revitalizes Clippers

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The Clippers were struggling and seemingly losing steam in their past few games. Only accounting for two wins in their past ten contests, the team needed a boost. And boy, did they get one. On March 29th, All-NBA forward Paul George returned for the first time in over 40 games. Paul George’s return did more […] READ MORE


Hope is on the Horizon for the LA Clippers

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The LA Clippers dropped their fifth straight game against the Philadelphia 76ers and fell to a 36-39 record. Though they are (seemingly?) locked into the 8th seed, there is a glimpse of optimism. Recently, forward Paul George participated in practice. Marking his first action since his initial elbow injury in December. Norman Powell is also […] READ MORE


The Steady Development of Terance Mann

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This season, the LA Clippers saw multiple role players step up in the absence of their stars. From Amir Coffey to Luke Kennard, the list goes on. But ever since his 39-point performance in the series-clinching game against the Utah Jazz, expectations have been high for Terance Mann. From a big picture perspective, his numbers […] READ MORE


Three Predictions to End the Clippers’ Season

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The season is dwindling down and teams are trying to peak in time for the playoffs. For the Clippers, their peak is not clear cut as they are clearly depleted in terms of roster availability. Though most of the main rotation players have been available (sans stars), the Clippers navigating the end of the season […] READ MORE


Ty Lue is the Best Coach in the NBA

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Under 20 games remain in the season and somehow the Clippers have their head above water. After sweeping the Los Angeles Lakers in the fourth installment of the Battle of LA, the Clippers moved on to a 34-31 record. Even more impressive is that the team is doing this with no games played by Kawhi […] READ MORE