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Los Angeles Times 5 hours ago
Warriors handle Clippers despite uncharacteristically poor shooting
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L 98 - 115

Warriors handle Clippers despite uncharacteristically poor shooting

The game’s best highlight was the Warriors in a nutshell.  Already leading by three touchdowns in the third quarter, the Warriors’ dizzying ball movement made the Clippers, well, dizzy. Klay Thompson dumped the ball into the post, then caught a pass on a cut before kicking it out to Draymond Green,...
Los Angeles Times 6 hours ago

Five takeaways from the Clippers' 115-98 loss to the Warriors

The Clippers dropped their seventh consecutive game to the Warriors (19-3) on Wednesday night, falling 115-98 at Staples Center. The Clippers have now lost five of seven games and failed to reach 100 points for the sixth time this season.  Below are five takeaways from the game.  1. Early and often...
Los Angeles Times 14 hours ago

Clippers' massive letdown in big loss to Warriors can't be overlooked

The sound was exactly what everyone envisioned on this first big night of the season, Staples Center filled with screams and shrieks and wonder. But the noise was coming from Golden State Warriors fans. The sight was exactly what everyone predicted, a desperate team making a bold statement against...
Orange County Register 14 hours ago

Whicker: Warriors ride their good habits, while Clippers reacquire bad ones

LOS ANGELES – The Golden State Warriors treated the Clippers like just another bowling pin. Which means they’ve been paying attention. A few weeks ago this game was shaping up like a clash of civilizations. The Clippers were 10-1, with very...
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What if the original Chris Paul trade to the Lakers wasn’t vetoed?

What if the original Chris Paul trade to the Lakers wasn’t vetoed?

The thought of what could have been haunted Kobe Bryant for years. Five years ago, then-NBA commissioner David Stern vetoed what would have been a history-altering trade to pair superstar point guard Chris Paul with Bryant in the Los Angeles Lakers’ back court. The trade would have positioned the Lakers to be title contenders for the foreseeable future.
Yahoo! Fantasy Basketball 37 mins ago

David Stern finally opens up on Chris Paul trade that ‘never got made’ in 2011

Stern said he didn’t ‘void’ a trade, it just never happened. Two days before the five-year anniversary of the nixed trade that would have paired a 26-year-old Chris Paul with Kobe Bryant on the Los Angeles Lakers, former NBA commissioner David Stern shed some light on the league’s decision not...
San Francisco Chronicle 22 hours ago
Kevin Durant discusses NBA rivalries, friendship with DeAndre Jordan

Kevin Durant discusses NBA rivalries, friendship with DeAndre Jordan

Kevin Durant discusses NBA rivalries, friendship with DeAndre Jordan LOS ANGELES — On July 4, after Kevin Durant announced his intention to sign with the Warriors, the first congratulatory text message he received came from a member of one of his biggest Western-Conference threats. “He just told me that he was proud of me,” Durant recalled Wednesday of that message from Clippers center DeAndre Jordan. During shootaround at Staples Center, Durant discussed a host of topics: rivalries in the NBA, his summer meeting with the Clippers and, of course, his friendship with...
Viva El Birdos 5 hours ago

The everlasting battle of potential versus proven commodities

Trading prospects is often wise but maybe not this year. On the night of the 2001 NBA Draft, the Chicago Bulls traded their young centerpiece Elton Brand to the Los Angeles Clippers for the just-drafted Tyson Chandler and throw-in part Brian Skinner. It was a risky move, universally loathed at the...

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Rest assured, Rivers will continue to sit players

The schedule made it look like it might be a good time to rest a Clippers starter. The advanced metrics indicated everyone should be available to play. Clippers Coach Doc Rivers went with the more contemporary gauge of his players’ fatigue levels Sunday night at Staples Center, deciding not to...

Clippers' Luc Mbah a Moute cuts loose for a brief, rewarding moment

It was a moment that at first made all the Clippers pause, a quick snapshot that eventually caused them to celebrate the significance of what they had just witnessed. Luc Mbah a Moute had just blocked a shot in the second half, and then the Clippers’ defensive savant did something un-Luc like....
Impact of Clippers' Luc Mbah a Moute is impossible to ignore

Impact of Clippers' Luc Mbah a Moute is impossible to ignore

NEW ORLEANS – Jamal Crawford wanted to voice his opinion. “Best perimeter defender in the NBA,” he bellowed as he began to dry off in front of his locker Friday night in New Orleans. To his right, the media gathered around Luc Mbah a Moute, an...

Five takeaways from the Clippers' 114-96 win over the Pelicans

The Clippers beat the Pelicans, 114-96, on Friday night in New Orleans. Here are five things we learned: 1. Since getting a game off for rest, Blake Griffin has been playing at a high level. He was on top of his game Friday night against the Pelicans, scoring 27 points on 12-for-22 shooting. He...
Clippers Notes: J.J. Redick the latest to be given a night off

Clippers Notes: J.J. Redick the latest to be given a night off

NEW ORLEANS – The Clippers had their way, so J.J. Redick was going to have his. If the Clippers didn’t want Redick to play Friday night, he was getting oysters at one of his favorite restaurants for lunch. “Cochon it is,” he said after...
Los Angeles Times Dec 2, 2016

Clippers beat Pelicans, 114-96, to end road trip with a pair of back-to-back wins

Blake Griffin had 27 points and 10 rebounds, Chris Paul had 17 points and 13 assists, and the Clippers beat the New Orleans Pelicans, 114-96, on Friday night.  Jamal Crawford scored 21 points and Luc Mbah a Moute had 15 for Los Angeles, which capped a 10-day, six-game trip with victories on back-to-back...
Final: Blake Griffin, Clippers end trip with 114-96 win over Pelicans

Final: Blake Griffin, Clippers end trip with 114-96 win over Pelicans

NEW ORLEANS – Jamal Crawford ran to the bench, hands in the air in celebration. Luc Mbah a Moute, the Clippers’ defensive ace, had just drilled an open 3 from the far left corner courtesy of Crawford’s pass to Chris Paul, who swung it to Mbah a...

Redick is latest Clipper to get forced rest

J.J. Redick got the tap on the shoulder this time, getting informed by Coach Doc Rivers and his basketball support staff that the 6-foot-4 guard wouldn’t be playing against the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday night because of rest. Redick said that he wants to “play every night,” but he also knew...

Clippers' five takeaways from win over Cleveland

1. The Clippers had to be happy to see J.J. Redick get off to another strong start Thursday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers in a game that the Clippers won 113-94. Redick had nine points on four-for-six shooting, one-for-two on three-pointers in the first quarter. He had a total of 21 points...
News-Herald Dec 1, 2016

Cleveland Cavaliers suffer second straight bad loss, 113-94 to L.A. Clippers

J.J. Redick scored 23 points, Blake Griffin matched a career high with 11 assists and the Los Angeles Clippers bounced back from a brutal loss with a 113-94 victory on Dec. 1 over the Cavaliers, who have lost two straight for the first time as defending NBA champions.Chris Paul scored 16 and DeAndre Jordan had 15 rebounds for the Clippers, who blew an 18-point lead and fell in double overtime at Brooklyn on Nov.
Akron Beacon Journal Dec 1, 2016
Clippers 113, Cavaliers 94: Complacency kills Cavs in blowout home loss to Clippers

Clippers 113, Cavaliers 94: Complacency kills Cavs in blowout home loss to Clippers

CLEVELAND: The complacency Tyronn Lue railed against this week apparently wasn’t cured with one embarrassing road loss or one public example made out of J.R. Smith’s antics.Identifying the problem and fixing it are two different issues. Two blowouts in three nights proves the Cavaliers still have work to do.LeBron James scored 16 points, but the Cavs were drilled at home Thursday by the Los Angeles Clippers 113-94 on a night their shooting and defense again failed them.A jumper by Tristan Thompson pulled the Cavs within 47-45 with two minutes left in the first half, but the Clippers...
Plain Dealer Dec 1, 2016
Cavs still broken after 113-94 loss to Los Angeles Clippers

Cavs still broken after 113-94 loss to Los Angeles Clippers

The Cavs are on their first losing streak of the season after dropping a home game to the Los Angeles Clippers Thursday night.

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    Chris Paul

    David Stern finally opens up on Chris Paul trade that ‘never got made’ in 2011

  • 1 Jamal Crawford

    Jamal Crawford

    Warriors dominate Clippers 115-98 in L.A.

  • 1 DeAndre Jordan

    DeAndre Jordan

    Kevin Durant discusses NBA rivalries, friendship with DeAndre Jordan

  • 1 Raymond Felton

    Raymond Felton

    Clippers guard Raymond Felton may miss 'a couple of games' for family reasons

  • Blake Griffin

    Blake Griffin

    Final: Clippers humiliated by Warriors, 115-98

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