Paul will command a four-year, $153 million deal. The Spurs would need to make space, and then the fit is still a question. After another disappointing season knocked the Los Angeles Clippers out early in the playoffs, star point guard...Show More Summary
Is Chris Paul done playing for the Los Angeles Clippers? Paul, who has been with the Clippers for the past six seasons, may be seriously weighing his options of heading to a new team for the 2017-18 season, and one of the front runners...Show More Summary
It doesn’t look like Donald Sterling is missing the NBA whatsoever. The former Los Angeles Clippers owner, who was forced to sell the team after he told his then-girlfriend V. Stiviano not to bring black people to games, was spotted in Beverly Hills this week with a brand new side chick on his arm. “The disgraced former […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Los Angeles Clippers will have their own team in the NBA's soon-to-be renamed G-League that will be called the Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario.
Redick reportedly wants to cash-in. That rules out the Clippers but opens the door for a few other teams. The Los Angeles Clippers would love to re-sign J.J. Redick, but not at the price point he’s looking for. Redick, who becomes an...Show More Summary
Is New York Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis about to be traded to the Los Angeles Clippers? That’s what NBA fans were left asking after a mysterious tweet appeared briefly on the 21-year-old’s Twitter timeline Saturday night. Tweeted. Then deleted. pic.twitter.com/IjwPrcNfmD — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) May 7, 2017 The tweet appeared for just a few minutes […]
It will be an interesting offseason for the Los Angeles Clippers. The post Doc Rivers on Clippers Big 3: ‘I Think They Deserve a Chance to Win’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
PLAYA VISTA, California -- The Los Angeles Clippers and coach Doc Rivers are settling in for what could be a wild offseason.
Very clever, Jazz. . #nightlife available Saturday at @vivintarena pic.twitter.com/ySFiGSwPie — Steve Starks (@StevenStarks) May 3, 2017 The Utah Jazz know the Golden State Warriors would rather have faced the Los Angeles Clippers in Round 2. Show More Summary
Tuesday’s double-header features each conference’s top teams attempting to hold down the fort. The first round of the NBA playoffs ended with the Los Angeles Clippers suffering a crushing Game 7 defeat at home to the Utah Jazz. In the...Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES -- The L.A. Clippers announced Monday that forward Blake Griffin underwent a successful surgery to repair an injury to the plantar plate of his right big toe. Griffin suffered the injury on April 21 in Game 3 of the Western Conference Playoff series vs. the Utah Jazz.
LOS ANGELES — The act of watching the Clippers lose playoff series is getting old. So are they. Doc Rivers, the coach, needs to demand a younger, stronger, deeper roster from his director of basketball operations. That argument would be conducted in Rivers’ mirror and therefore would be weird. When next season begins, Chris Paul […]
Los Angeles has no choice but to try and bring back their core, even though it may be the most expensive team in NBA history. In basketball years, the six seasons that the Los Angeles Clippers core has spent together feels like an eternity. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Clippers got eliminated on their home court by the Utah Jazz yesterday, in Game 7. The Jazz were the lower-seeded team, so nominally this qualifies as an upset—though of course it wasn’t really, in the dual sense that, A) even before the Clippers lost Blake Griffin to a season-ending toe injury in Game… Read more...
Chris Paul escaped New Orleans because they failed to build a real team around him. The same thing is happening in Los Angeles. Chris Paul and the Clippers failed in the NBA Playoffs again. In the most critical game of his season, Paul had his worst performance of the series. Show More Summary
After 19 season, 10 all-star games, and an NBA Championship, Paul Pierce has decided to hang it up. Pierce pretty much made his retirement official following the Los Angeles Clippers’ Game 7 loss to the Utah Jazz on Sunday, which eliminated them in the first round of this year’s NBA Playoffs. Following the loss, Pierce […]
Good morning. We have that and more in Monday’s NBA newsletter. The Utah Jazz danced into Los Angeles on Sunday and led Game 7 just about wire to wire in winning the series 4-3. Utah ended up winning three of the four games at STAPLES...Show More Summary
PRO BASKETBALL LOS ANGELES (AP) — Gordon Hayward scored 26 points and the Utah Jazz easily eliminated the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday with a 104-91 victory, winning the first-round … Click to Continue »
LOS ANGELES –The finale lacked a storybook ending as Clippers forward Paul Pierce nursed the frustration of a 104-91 Game 7 loss to the Utah Jazz on Sunday at Staples Center. With his 19-year NBA career featuring both tears of joy and sorrow, though, the conclusion seemed fitting for Pierce’s last NBA game. “It’s tough […]
LOS ANGELES – The smallest man on the court had always carried the biggest load. Chris Paul made shots when the Clippers needed them. He set up his teammates when they were open. And no sizable lead or nifty defensive coverage ever left the Jazz comfortable they could ever stop the Clippers’ feisty, intelligent and […]