Kevin Durant

Warriors restore series order against Clippers in Game 3: Analysis

The first question of Doc Rivers’ Game 3 postgame press conference was asked, “Where did things go wrong today?” Without hesitation, Rivers responded, “When we showed up.” Nothing went the Clippers’ way in their 27-point decimation to the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night. Kevin Durant’s 38-point performance exposed the Clippers and gave Golden State […]

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Bingo! Clippers equip for playoffs and celebrate Ralph Lawler

Before they dribbled once against Utah Tuesday night, the Clippers knew their playoff opponent. With Oklahoma City and San Antonio winning, a one versus eight matchup with the two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors (57-25) was locked for Los Angeles. But, that didn’t stop the Clippers (48-34) from surviving the Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert, Derrick […]

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Chris Paul

Rockets dominate Clippers: playoff implications and analysis

Chris Paul waited two years for a revenge moment against the Clippers. With .7 seconds remaining in the third quarter of Houston’s (51-28, West 3-seed) dominant 135-103 win over LAC (47-32, West 6-seed), he got one. Paul netted a 61-foot heave, turned to the crowd, rose his arms and took in the awes of 20,000 […]

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Clippers overcome slow start and steamroll Bulls

LOS ANGELES- After trailing by six at halftime, the Los Angeles Clippers opened the second half on an 11-1 run and outscored the Bulls 45-21 throughout the third quarter to beat Chicago 128-121. Clippers head coach Doc Rivers and Bulls head coach Jim Boylen were both ejected with just over one minute left in the […]

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Clippers-Spurs

LaMarcus Aldridge and Spurs bulldoze through Clippers

LaMarcus Aldridge demolished interior defenders, putting up 38 points and seven rebounds to hand the San Antonio Spurs a 122-111 holiday road victory over the Los Angeles Clippers. “[Aldridge] destroyed all of our bigs tonight,” Clippers head coach Doc Rivers said. “We went one-on-one. Decided not to trap. We don’t like to trap, overall and […]

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Clippers Basketball

Tobias Harris leads Clippers’ dominant win over Nuggets

LOS ANGELES, CA- Powered by a dominant 21-point, seven-rebound Tobias Harris performance, the Los Angeles Clippers earned a convincing 132-111 holiday victory over the No. 1 Western Conference-seeded Denver Nuggets. Danilo Gallinari scored 21 points on 7-of-11 shooting. “The goal was to push the ball because we knew that we could score points with our […]

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Clippers play Miami Heat

Heat trounce Clippers behind special performance from Dwayne Wade

LOS ANGELES, CA- To open his 1,000th career NBA game, 16-year Miami Heat swingman Dwyane Wade splashed two 3-pointers within the game’s first six minutes and poured in 16 first-half points. Wade finished with 25 points (five 3-pointers), six rebounds and six assists in 32 minutes to spearhead Miami’s 121-98 win over the early season […]

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Clippers dominate John Wall, Bradley Beal & the Wizards

LOS ANGELES, CA- Clippers rookie point guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander heaved a half-court shot and watched the ball splash through the net as the end of first quarter buzzer sounded. It was that kind of night for the Clippers against NBA All-Star guards John Wall, Bradley Beal, and the Washington Wizards. Led by 22 points and […]

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NBA Preseason-Los Angeles Clippers

Clippers paint a new picture for upcoming season

LOS ANGELES, CA-In with the new. Out with the old. The Los Angeles Clippers gave their old “Lob City” roster a collective boot and have ushered in a new brand of basketball. When the Clippers traded away Chris Paul and Blake Griffin and allowed DeAndre Jordan to depart via free agency, the sense was that […]

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Clippers Media Day

A new era of Los Angeles Clippers’ basketball

PLAYA VISTA, CA– For the first time in a decade, the Los Angeles Clippers entered media day without any of their franchise cornerstones. With Chris Paul two years removed in Houston, Blake Griffin surprisingly being traded to Detroit early last season and DeAndre Jordan’s free agency departure to Dallas, a new era of Clippers basketball […]

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‘Voice of the Clippers’ Ralph Lawler bidding farewell

LOS ANGELES— As he enters his 40th season as the “Voice of the Clippers,” legendary broadcaster Ralph Lawler announced his plan to retire following the conclusion of the 2018-19 season. Over the course of his tenure, his commentary has captivated fans across the sports world, creating a legacy that will last far beyond his final […]

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NBAers Montrezl Harrell, Taurean Prince light up Drew League

LOS ANGELES, CA-It’s hard to believe that Montrezl Harrell is still on the market. Even more surprising is the fact that the Los Angeles Clippers, who was the last team to employ the athletic and hard-working big man, hasn’t reeled the restricted free agent back onto their roster. Well, the Clippers have made their move, […]

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NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year honor is Lou Williams’ magic

No Chris Paul. No Blake Griffin. No problem. Lou Williams got this. The Los Angeles Clippers played most of the 2017-2018 NBA season without a leading man. It turns out that the Clippers really did have one in Williams, who almost took a rag-tag team of unproven rookies, developmental young players and rugged veterans to […]

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Clippers still fighting for that playoff spot

LOS ANGELES — Lou Williams shouldered the load of the Los Angeles Clippers season in the final minutes to rally them to a 113-110 win over the San Antonio Spurs Tuesday night to keep their playoff hopes alive in a must-win game at Staples Center. Williams sank a 15-foot jumper from the right wing to […]

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Clippers’ playoff push strong after back-to-back home wins

Positioned in the eighth spot in the Western Conference standings, the Los Angeles Clippers have managed a 36-29 record on the season with star Blake Griffin being traded to the Detroit Pistons, a host of injuries and missed time from nearly every roster player and no All-Stars. The Clippers secured their second consecutive win on […]

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