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September 01, 2015
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October 02, 2015
Friday - 7:30 PM
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Golden State Warriors (Preseason) at Los Angeles Clippers
October 20, 2015
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October 22, 2015
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October 29, 2015
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October 31, 2015
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November 02, 2015
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November 07, 2015
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November 09, 2015
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November 14, 2015
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Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Clippers
November 19, 2015
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November 22, 2015
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November 25, 2015
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New Orleans Pelicans at Los Angeles Clippers
November 27, 2015
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November 29, 2015
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Portland Trail Blazers at Los Angeles Clippers
November 30, 2015
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December 02, 2015
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December 05, 2015
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December 16, 2015
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December 21, 2015
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January 02, 2016
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January 09, 2016
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January 10, 2016
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January 13, 2016
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January 16, 2016
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January 18, 2016
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January 29, 2016
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January 31, 2016
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February 03, 2016
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San Antonio Spurs at Los Angeles Clippers
February 18, 2016
Thursday - 7:30 PM
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Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Clippers
February 20, 2016
Saturday - 5:30 PM
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February 22, 2016
Monday - 7:30 PM
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February 24, 2016
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February 29, 2016
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March 02, 2016
Wednesday - 7:30 PM
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March 05, 2016
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New York Knicks at Los Angeles Clippers
March 11, 2016
Friday - 7:30 PM
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Cleveland Cavaliers at Los Angeles Clippers
March 13, 2016
Sunday - 12:30 PM
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Portland Trail Blazers at Los Angeles Clippers
March 24, 2016
Thursday - 7:30 PM
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Denver Nuggets at Los Angeles Clippers
March 27, 2016
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Boston Celtics at Los Angeles Clippers
March 28, 2016
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Washington Wizards at Los Angeles Clippers
April 03, 2016
Sunday - 12:30 PM
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Los Angeles Lakers at Los Angeles Clippers
April 05, 2016
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Dallas Mavericks at Los Angeles Clippers
April 10, 2016
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April 12, 2016
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Los Angeles Clippers News

  • 08/24/2015

Two players continue to make their way into the news for the Clippers. Those are Lance Stephenson and Jamal Crawford. While the first is eager to get a career rebirth, and is waiting for a chance at redemption, the latter continues to be part of trade rumors. The 24-year old Stephenson has said over the summer that he is on a mission, and that he has more than enough material and motivation to get through the season. Clippers fans can only hope that “Born Ready” will prove those claims on the court. As for Crawford, he continues to be on the trade block, with the usual suspects as trade partners. The Heat, the Knicks and the Cavaliers are all rumored to have interest in trading for the former 6th man of the year. And as time goes by, it seems more and more likely that the Clippers will trade Crawford for financial and basketball reasons. Trading Crawford will ease the tax bill for the Clippers, but will also make room for the younger Stephenson and Austin Rivers to get more time playing shooting or point guard.

  • 08/17/2015

With the schedule for the 2015-2016 season released, Clippers fans turn their attention to the Christmas matchup with the Los Angeles Lakers. The Clippers will play the Lakers on Christmas in a game that might be the last Christmas game for Kobe Bryant. This year, the Clippers and the Lakers will be more evenly matched, even though the Clippers are still the superior opponent. It is a make or break season for the Clippers, as the team is entering the third season with Doc Rivers, Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin as the cornerstones of the team. The team also signed Paul Pierce, Josh Smith and traded for Lance Stephenson. If the Clippers fail to pass the second round of the playoffs yet again, it might be time to think about making more drastic moves.

  • 08/13/2015

The 2015-16 LA Clippers Home Schedule
Thu Oct 29 Dallas Mavericks at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sat Oct 31 Sacramento Kings at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Mon Nov 2 Phoenix Suns at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sat Nov 7 Houston Rockets at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Mon Nov 9 Memphis Grizzlies at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sat Nov 14 Detroit Pistons at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Thu Nov 19 Golden State Warriors at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Su Nov 22 Toronto Raptors at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Wed Nov 25 Utah Jazz at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Fri Nov 27 New Orleans Pelicans at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sun Nov 29 Minnesota Timberwolves at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Mon Nov 30 Portland Trail Blazers at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Wed Dec 2 Indiana Pacers at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sat Dec 5 Orlando Magic at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Wed Dec 16 Milwaukee Bucks at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Mon Dec 21 Oklahoma City Thunder at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sat Jan 2 Philadelphia 76ers at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sat Jan 9 Charlotte Hornets at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Sun Jan 10 New Orleans Pelicans at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Wed Jan 13 Miami Heat at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sat Jan 16 Sacramento Kings at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Mon Jan 18 Houston Rockets at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Fri Jan 29 Los Angeles Lakers at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sun Jan 31 Chicago Bulls at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Wed Feb 3 Minnesota Timberwolves at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Thu Feb 18 San Antonio Spurs at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sat Feb 20 Golden State Warriors at LA Clippers 5:30pm @ Staples Center
Mon Feb 22 Phoenix Suns at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Wed Feb 24 Denver Nuggets at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Mon Feb 29 Brooklyn Nets at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Wed Mar 2 Oklahoma City Thunder at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sat Mar 5 Atlanta Hawks at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Fri Mar 11 New York Knicks at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sun Mar 13 Cleveland Cavaliers at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Thu Mar 24 Portland Trail Blazers at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sun Mar 27 Denver Nuggets at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Mon Mar 28 Boston Celtics at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sun Apr 3 Washington Wizards at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Tue Apr 5 Los Angeles Lakers at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center
Sun Apr 10 Dallas Mavericks at LA Clippers 12:30pm @ Staples Center
Tue Apr 12 Memphis Grizzlies at LA Clippers 7:30pm @ Staples Center

  • 08/10/2015

The rumors are heating up that Jamal Crawford is the odd man out and will be traded by the end of the summer. According to sources, Crawford is open for the idea of playing for the Cleveland Cavaliers, one team that is emerging as the frontrunner in the trade talks. Crawford was a serviceable backup for the Clippers in the past few years, but since the team has signed a number of players, his role will diminish next season. Additionally, the Clippers would love to shed some of the salary owed to players. Crawford is owed around $6 million for next season, and if the Clippers trade him before the season, they will save $16 million ($6 in salary and $10 in tax payments). One thing that is slowing the discussions is what the Cavs will do with J.R. Smith. If they do not sign Smith, they can absorb Crawford’s contract into their Brendan Haywood trade exception.

  • 08/06/2015

2015 Los Angeles Clippers Roster
CJ Wilcox Guard
Ekpe Udoh Forward
Hedd Turkogu Forward
Branden Dawson Forward
Chris Paul Guard
DeAndre Jordan Center
Blake Griffin Forward
Lance Stephenson Guard
JJ Redick Guard
Jamal Crawford Guard
Paul Pierce Guard/Forward
Austin Rivers Guard
Josh Smith Forward
C.J. Wilcox Guard
Wesley Johnson Guard Forward
Cole Aldrich Center
Lester Hudson Guard
Dahntay Jones Guard/Forward
Jordan Hamilton Guard/Forward
Glen Davis Forward/Center

  • 08/05/2015

The Los Angeles Clippers should be very exciting this upcoming season after seeing Chris Paul win one the co MVP awards in the South Africa Games. The Clippers have interest in resigning Glen Davis also boosted there depth with a starting line up of PG Chris Paul, SG JJ Redick, SF Paul Pierce, PF Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan with a bench of PG Austin Rivers, SG Jamal Crawford, SF Lance Stephenson, PF Josh Smith, and C Glen Davis including Wesley Johnson and Pablo Prigioni as options. The Los Angeles Clippers are expected to be one of the top title contenders in the NBA.

  • 08/03/2015

The Clippers continue to retool their roster with the latest move to waive forward Jordan Hamilton. After signing several players for the small forward position including Paul Pierce, Wesley Johnson and probably Lance Stephenson, Hamilton was a luxury the Clippers do not. By waiving Hamilton, the Clippers opened a roster spot which gives the team flexibility for trades and signings during the season. Hamilton played in 14 games for the Clippers last season, including two starts. He averaged nearly 3 points and 1 rebound per game. Another move that the Clippers might make in the following days is trading former sixth man of the year Jamal Crawford. While the Clippers like Crawford, he is excessive with Stephenson, Austin Rivers and several other players coming off the bench. Word is the Clippers also have interest in bringing forward-center Glen Davis back. Davis is a free agent, but still hasn’t gotten any offer from other team.

  • 07/27/2015

The Clippers continue to bolster their bench, signing the waved point guard Pablo Prigioni. The veteran point guard will serve as veteran presence and influence, but could assure the team will always have two point guards in place. In the meantime, recently signed players Josh Smith and Lance Stephenson addressed the media for the first time after they were signed. Smith said that it will be harder on his family, since he is taking a significant cut to play for the Clippers. Smith signed a deal worth $1.5 million per year, but is also getting $5.4 million as part of the Detroit deal. And while Smith talked about finances, Stephenson said it hurt him that Michael Jordan traded him. Lance said that he believed the team they had in Charlotte could have done more. Stephenson also said that he and Kemba Walker couldn’t work out since they had too similar playing style. His playing style could also be a problem in Los Angeles, but he might end up running the second unit where he would have the ball in his hands more.

  • 07/20/2015

The Los Angeles Clippers should be very excited this upcoming season which may help them recover from there disappointing 2nd round playoff exit vs the Houston Rockets. They are looking to take the next big step by going after there 1st championship in franchise history. They Drafted Branden Dawson 56th overall and has looked like a steal so far, they acquired Lance Stephenson from the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for Matt Barnes and Spencer Hawes. The Clippers got there Plan A by resigning DeAndre Jordan at the last second by Steve Ballmer, Doc Rivers, Chris Paul who left his vacation from the bahamas, Blake Griffin, Paul Pierce, and JJ Redick came to his house and pretty much held him hostage to resign and back away from the Dallas Mavericks and won there emoji battle with them. The Clippers also brought in some big peaces like signing 10 time All Star and future Hall of Famer Paul Pierce from the Washington Wizards to reunite with coach Doc Rivers from there days with the Boston Celtics,they brought in Josh Smith from the Houston Rockets who killed them in the playoffs in that unbelievable Game 6 19 point comeback, they signed swingman Wesley Johnson from the Los Angeles Lakers to switch L.A. teams, and then resigned Austin Rivers to remain playing for his dad, and sign Cole Aldrich from the New York Knicks. The Clippers are also looking to sign a couple more backup bigs to strengthen there bench. The Los Angeles Clippers should be ready to take new heights.

  • 07/13/2015

The Clippers got a few good news this past week. For starters, they won the Emoji battle and the battle for the services of DeAndre Jordan. The center agreed to a five year, max contract worth around $110 million with the Clippers, after verbally agreeing to sign with the Mavericks first. After Jordan agreed with the Mavs, he had second thoughts, and the Clippers capitalized. Nearly all of Clippers players joined the Twitter Emoji battle for DeAndre, with Chris Paul tweeting a banana from the Bahamas. The Clippers round up the busy week with the official signing of Paul Pierce, and resigning Austin Rivers to a two year deal. But more importantly, the Clippers got good news from the Summer League. Branden Dawson, the 56th pick of the draft is showing signs he might turn into a valuable rotation player. In four games during the Summer League, Dawson recorded a double-double in three of them. He might lack height to battle with centers, but Dawson is a player that will give his all.

  • 07/06/2015

The Clippers received good and bad news last week. The good news is that Paul Pierce chose them over the Washington Wizards, giving the team a valuable option at small forward and veteran and championship experience in the locker room. The bad news is that DeAndre Jordan signed with the Dallas Mavericks. The Clippers are now left without money and tradeable assets, and their options for center for next year are limited. They have the arsenal to play small ball, with Pierce, Stephenson, J.J. Reddick and Chris Paul next to Blake Griffin. But playing Griffin at the center for long stretches is a recipe for disaster. Branden Dawson, Clippers draft day acquisition had an impressive debut at the Orlando Summer league, grabbing 14 rebounds and scoring 14 points. But while he is a great defender, Dawson is just 6-6 tall, making him an undersized option at center.

  • 06/29/2015

The Clippers managed to buy a pick in the June’s draft. They bought the 56th pick from the New Orleans Pelicans and used the pick to draft Branden Dawson, a 6-6 power forward who averaged 12 points and 9 rebounds last season. Dawson is considered raw offensively, but he is competitive and tough player. According to coach Doc Rivers, the team likes his toughness and competitiveness. The Clippers will now turn their attention to their free agent, center DeAndre Jordan. According to sources, Jordan will choose between four teams, the Clippers being one of them. The free agent center will also meet with the Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks. Another interesting subplot that is going in Clippers favor is Paul Pierce. The veteran small forward has opted out of his contract and is now a free agent. The Clippers are one of the four teams that the forward is considering per rumors. The other three are his current team, the Washington Wizards, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics. If he opts between one of the two LA teams, Pierce will go to back to his hometown, while playing for the Celtics will mark his return to the team that drafted him.

  • 06/22/2015

The Clippers gambled and received Lance Stephenson via trade with the Charlotte Hornets. The team traded their last summer’s acquisition Spencer Hawes and Matt Barnes for the troubled swingman. The Clippers are hoping that a change of scenery will help Stephenson return to his Indiana Pacers days, when he was a triple-double treat night in and night out and was considered an All Star player. The Clippers will likely use Stephenson off the bench to bolster their bench production. As for the now empty small forward position, the team is confident it can sign Paul Pierce and reunite the player with his former coach, Doc Rivers. According to latest reports, Pierce has narrowed down his options to Washington Wizards and the Los Angeles Clippers for his next destination. If he joins the Clippers, Pierce will play in his hometown, and get the storybook ending to an impressive career.

  • 06/17/2015

Looking ahead to free agency, the options for the Los Angeles Clippers start to pile up. A new rumor suggests that a possible target for the Clippers might be former Phoenix Suns and Celtics swingman, Gerald Green. Green is an athletic wing who can shoot the 3, and defend from time to time. According to reports, he will be a perfect complimentary player next to Chris Paul, and will give CP3 another weapon in the open court. However, their primary target continues to be Paul Pierce, who both Rivers and players see as a huge veteran presence and influence, and a player that can help the Clippers make that last step towards championship title. Aside from their wing position, the Clippers will have to make a decision what to do with Jamal Crawford, whether to pick up his team option, or let him go. Crawford was their best and at times only offense from the bench, but his defense is questionable.

  • 06/08/2015

Priority No.1 for the Clippers this offseason is to resign DeAndre Jordan. However, the second step towards building a better team will be to find cheap, valuable backups for their stars. The rumors about Paul Pierce returning to LA to play for former coach Doc Rivers are heating up, which will solve Clippers wing depth. But finding a backup for Chris Paul and Blake Griffin is also important. If they fail to resign Austin Rivers, the Clippers will have some other options for PG. An interesting target is Mo Williams, who will surely be pleased to play for a contender, something he hasn’t done since his days with the Cavaliers and playing alongside Lebron James. Another target for the Clippers might be Amare Stoudemire. After his short stint with the Mavericks, it is obvious he can still provide valuable minutes in short bursts. The Clippers were after him, but he chose the Dallas Mavericks. Maybe this time he will make a different choice. Amare can play both center and power forward, and his game is tailor made for a point guard like Chris Paul.

  • 06/01/2015

The Clippers have two primary targets in the offseason, and the first one is resigning DeAndre Jordan. Another interesting story developing is the possibility of Paul Pierce joining the Clippers and reunite with his Coach Doc Rivers. Pierce was expected to sign with the Clippers past offseason, but Rivers spent his money on Spencer Hawes. Pierce has a player option this summer, and joining the Clippers would be a wise decision. He will be back in his hometown, Los Angeles, and have a chance to compete for a championship next to Chris Paul and Blake Griffin. The Clippers will also have to make a tough decision regarding Jamal Crawford. Jamal was their best player off the bench, but he is a defensive liability. The Clippers are already over the cap, and they have little to no options to bolster their bench. Rumors are the Clippers are looking to buy a draft pick in the first round, but not much help can come from there.

  • 05/25/2015

The Clippers had one of the worst meltdowns in the history of the NBA playoffs. Leading 3-1 in the conference semifinals, the Clippers lost the next three games and were eliminated from the playoffs. Especially painful was the loss in Game 6, when the Clippers led by 19 points going into the fourth quarter, and lost. With the season now over, the Clippers look to the future and how they will handle their own free agents, and look to improve the roster. DeAndre Jordan and Austin Rivers are both free agents. Jordan is surely to get a max offer from the Clippers, and it will be up to him to accept it or deny it. Coach and GM Doc Rivers mentioned that he is hopeful his son Austin will stay as well. As for other free agents, rumors are that swingman Wesley Johnson is on the Clippers radar. Last week, the Clippers made history, having three players in the All-NBA teams for the first time. CP3 was chosen for the All NBA second team, while Griffin and Jordan represented the Clippers in the All NBA third team.

  • 05/22/2015

Despite holding a 3-1 lead in the Western Conference Semifinals, the Clippers once again failed to reach the West Finals. CP3 has again failed to lead a team pass the second round. The Clippers melted down in the fourth quarter of Game 6. Despite leading 19 points entering the quarter, the Clippers had an epic meltdown and let the Rockets get back in the game and win. Game 7 was an easier win for the Rockets. With the collapse, the Clippers became just the ninth team in NBA history to lose a playoff series after holding 3-1 lead. The Clippers future becomes foggy after the collapse. The team is maxed out in salary, and DeAndre Jordan is a free agent. They will little to no assets to play this summer and improve their roster.

  • 05/11/2015

DeAndre Jordan looks more like a max contract player with every passing game in the playoffs. The upcoming free agent led the Clippers to a big win in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals, putting the Clippers one step closer to the West Finals. Jordan grabbed 17 rebounds and hit 14 of his 34 free throws in route to 26 points. The Clippers now go home where they can close the Rockets. If the Clippers advance, it will be first time in Chris Paul’s career that the shooting guard has gotten out of the second round. It will also be the first time the franchise has gotten to the West Finals as well. Coach Doc Rivers is still worried about Chris Paul and his hamstring injury, but he sees the slowed game due to free throws beneficial for the point guard.

  • 05/04/2015

The Clippers are now in the Western Conference Semifinals. Chris Paul was the hero, hitting the game wining shot with 10 seconds left in the game, but other contributed to the victory in Game 7 as well. Blake Griffin had a triple double (24points, 10assists, 13rebounds), Matt Barnes had the game of the playoffs with 17 points and few wild 3-pt shots, and Jamal Crawford finally delivered bench help with 16 points. The Clippers now move into the Conference Semifinals where they will face the Houston Rockets and their MVP candidate James Harden. What can the Clippers do to limit Harden’s effectiveness? One of the main questions will be how much the hamstring injury that CP3 suffered in the first quarter will affect the point guard? He certainly didn’t allow the injury to slow him in Game 7. With few days of rest, he will be ready. The Clippers play game 1 on the road.

  • 04/16/2015

The Los Angeles Clippers are set to Tip Off against the San Antonio Spurs in the first round of the NBA 2015 playoffs. During the regular season the Spurs defeated the Clippers in their first two meetings. The Clippers returned the favor and won their last two games against the Spurs. LA and San Antonio are set to meet at the Staples Center for game one on Sunday April 19th then game two Wednesday April 22nd.

  • 04/06/2015

With just four games to go in the regular NBA season the Los Angeles Clippers look poised to Tip Off against the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round of the NBA playoffs. Los Angeles is 9-1 in their last ten games and set a franchise record winning their 25th road game of the season handing their Lakers their 56th loss of the season on Sunday Night. Lakers Coach Byron Scott referred to Chris Paul as the best point guard in the league and should be considered for the MVP.

  • 03/31/2015

The Clippers have clinched a playoff spot for the third year in a row. LA is sitting in the middle of the pack for Western Conference teams. They are only a game and half behind either staying in the fifth spot or hoping up to the second spot where the Memphis Grizzlies are sitting. The Clippers could end up playing the Portland Trail Blazers or Dallas Mavericks in the first round if they move up to second.

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