Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers are in rare territory—the NBA Playoffs. For the first time since the 2005-06 season, and only the fifth time since the 1976-77 season when they were the Buffalo Braves, the Clippers franchise will be playing basketball after the regular season ends. It may be something worth celebrating in Clipper Land, but even though they have great leadership and a star in the making in Griffin, this postseason stay could be a quick one for the Clippers as they begin Sunday against the No.
The slide continued. The Los Angeles Clippers, also known as Lob City, ended the 2012 season on a three-game losing streak and allowed the Memphis Grizzlies, their first-round playoff opponent, to surpass them in the standings and g... Read Post
For all of Blake Griffin's explosive dunks and big numbers, he's still an unproven postseason commodity who could hamper the Los Angeles Clippers as the organization attempts to establish itself as a Western Conference powerhouse. G... Read Post