LA Clippers: Top 3 Moments This Season

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The ups and downs from this roller coaster of a season have provided plenty of moments to remember. The LA Clippers are treading water without their two best players. Among the lows are losses to sub-500 teams, injuries, and losing players to health and safety protocols. But amongst the highs are performances from unexpected contributors, […] READ MORE


January Predictions for the LA Clippers

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The strenuous stretch that Clipper Nation feared is finally upon us. The Los Angeles Clippers are currently hovering around .500 and are missing their two best players, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. Unfortunately, it is highly unlikely that either player will return to the lineup until February at the earliest. George is nursing a UCL […] READ MORE


New Years Resolutions for the LA Clippers

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December is coming to a close and the start of 2022 is approaching. This means that the time for turning over a new leaf is upon us. For the NBA and the LA Clippers, 2021 was far from normal. Unfortunately, the season has been marred by injuries and COVID-19 spreading rampant throughout the league. And […] READ MORE


Do the LA Clippers Need a Trade?

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A quarter of the season is gone. The western conference is packed with competition and the eastern conference is deeper than it’s been in recent years. For the LA Clippers, the team is trying to maintain good form in the event that star forward Kawhi Leonard returns. Their top-five defense in the league is currently […] READ MORE


Nicolas Batum: The NBA’s Greatest Glue Guy

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In November of 2020, the Charlotte Hornets waived forward Nicolas Batum. Batum’s tenure in Charlotte was not one to remember, as injuries played a role in inconsistent playing time. Shortly after On November 29th, 2020, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported that the French forward would join the Los Angeles Clippers. In a move that […] READ MORE


Why Eric Bledsoe Should Keep Starting

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Starting point guard Eric Bledsoe couldn’t do anything but smile after his corner three spun in and out in the second quarter against the Minnesota Timberwolves. A make that would have been only his fourth three of the season. His next attempt was not much better as Bledsoe launched from the corner once again. This […] READ MORE


Michael Jordan had ‘The Shrug’, Reggie Jackson has ‘The Hug’

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Move over Michael Jordan, there’s a new gimmick in town. His Airness’ famous NBA Finals game in which he nailed six threes is a monumental moment in NBA history. Although Reggie Jackson’s seven three-pointer performance against the Timberwolves is not as prolific, Clipper fans are ecstatic regardless. But Jackson’s dazzling display was not a result […] READ MORE


The 5 Best Defenders of the NBA Season so Far

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You know the saying: offense wins games, defense wins championships. Although it might sound cliché, this is arguably a factual statement. Since the last decade, almost every winner of the Defensive Player of the Year award ended up being an NBA Champion at some point in their careers. Going back into 2000, only four players […] READ MORE


Los Angeles Clippers off to a Slow Start

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The buzzer rang as the Los Angeles Clippers fell to the Portland Trail Blazers 111-92 in the Moda Center. Paul George dropped 42 points in a dazzling display. Unfortunately, the effort was not enough as the team was unable to provide help for the seven-time All-Star. The team is off to a disappointing 1-4 record, […] READ MORE


Paul George is a Top 75 Player of All Time

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The NBA recently released their 75th Anniversary Team, commemorating the 75th season in the league’s illustrious history. The list named the NBA’s 75 best players of all time, in no order. However, with the selections, came scrutiny for certain snubs. Popular names left off the list include Dwight Howard, Tracy McGrady, Vince Carter, Kyrie Irving, […] READ MORE