Despite rampant trade rumors, Blake Griffin isn’t heading to Boston or anywhere else, Los Angeles Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said on Adrian Wojnarowski’s “The Vertical Podcast” on Thursday. “No team is calling because teams know we don’t have any interest” in trading the star forward, said Rivers, who also serves as the president of basketball […]
Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin and Carolina Panthers offensive lineman Ryan Kalil are getting into the Hollywood producing business. According to The Hollywood Reporter, both professional athletes are part of a new film, TV and digital venture called Mortal Media and are developing a reboot of the 1991 cult favorite The Rocketeer. Show More Summary
ESPN is reporting that the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers want to move out of the Staples Center, where they currently share their home court with the L.A. Lakers along with the L.A. Kings of the NHL. The Clippers are reportedly...
The Los Angeles Clippers were one of the many teams to miss out on signing Kevin Durant, though not for lack of trying. In a podcast interview with Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical (via RealGM.com), Clippers head coach Doc Rivers described...Show More Summary
Hey, remember when Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin punched a team equipment manager in the face and broke his hand? Well, turns out that equipment manager does not work for the Clippers any more. Griffin and equipment manager Matias Testi are or used to be pretty good friends. However, during a road trip to […]
The Clippers are reportedly considering packing up their bags and moving out of the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles. The Clips may be moving to the west side of The post Report: LA Clippers Scouting Potential New Arena appeared first on SLAMonline.
Matias Testi, the Los Angeles Clippers equipment staffer who was reportedly punched by Blake Griffin in January, will not return to the team. TMZ Sports reported the news and cited a "rep for the Clippers" who said Testi "no longer works...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Clippers are reportedly exploring the possibility of leaving Staples Center. Citing NBA sources, ESPN.com's Kevin Arnovitz reported the Clippers are " are actively exploring sites for [a] new arena." The team's lease at Staples Center —which it shares with the Los Angeles Lakers —is set to expire in 2024. More to follow. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Long live hypothetical NBA blockbuster trades—especially now that we've reached the "Dog Days of Summer" portion of the offseason. Can we get the Los Angeles Clippers to turn Blake Griffin loose? Should the Oklahoma City Thunder deal...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Clippers center Deandre Jordan has been struggling with free throw shooting his entire career so he did the next best thing. No, not practice and get better, but take his air-balling free throw talents to Team USA as they faced off against China on Sunday at Staples Center. Watch as Carmelo Anthony, Kevin […]
Doug Christie has been out of the NBA since 2005 (save for a 10-day contract with the Los Angeles Clippers in 2007), but his wife Jackie has been a fixture on VH1's Basketball Wives: LA since its inception in 2011. The couple’s relationship has been a matter of public performance since Christie’s days with the Toronto Raptors. Show More Summary
The Clippers have signed power forward Brandon Bass. Bass, 31, joins the Clippers after spending last season with the Los Angeles Lakers, where he averaged 7.2 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 66 games (zero starts). The 11-year NBA veteran has played in 706 career games (283 starts) with the New Orleans/OKC Hornets, Dallas Mavericks, Orlando [...]
The Los Angeles Clippers have been mentioned in quite a few rumors this offseason. One of the latest rumors that has come out has to do with Blake Griffin. Doc Rivers is open to moving Griffin, mainly due to the fact that he will hit open free agency next offseason and could end up leaving.... Show More Summary
While the Oklahoma City Thunder's dynamic duo of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant is no more, they reportedly have visions of a new one-two punch, featuring Westbrook and current Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin. According...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul wasn't among those shocked to see Dwyane Wade leave the Miami Heat and sign with the Chicago Bulls. "I wasn't that surprised [about Wade]," said Paul on Monday, per Mike McGraw of the Daily Herald. Show More Summary
Free agent forward Brandon Bass is staying in Los Angeles, but switching teams. The Clippers have inked the big fella to a one-year, veteran’s minimum deal. Lakers free agent Brandon The post Clippers Sign Brandon Bass to One-Year Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
After just one season with the Los Angeles Lakers, veteran forward Brandon Bass is moving on but remaining in the same city, as he reportedly signed a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday. Shams Charania of The Vertical reported the news on Bass, who will be reunited with his former Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers. Show More Summary
The Orlando Magic have acquired third-year guard C.J. Wilcox and cash from the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for Devyn Marble and a future second round draft pick.
The Los Angeles Clippers signed center Diamond Stone, their 40th overall pick in this year's draft, on Thursday.
Like it has for many players, a stint with the Dallas Mavericks helped rejuvenate Raymond Felton's NBA career. Now he'll try to carry that improvement over to Los Angeles. Felton and the Clippers agreed in principle on a contract Thursday, per Chris Haynes of Cleveland.com and Dan Woike of the SoCal News Group. Show More Summary