I've never been a morning person. Since my college days, I figured out I do my best work at night. This, added with the lack of NBA-TV, there's no way I am getting up tomorrow morning to LISTEN to the game. Will you catch that worm!?
Meanwhile, here's some stories from around the net:
Sports Radio Interviews " Blog Archive " Vinny Del Negro Likes the Way the Clippers Look On Paper But Knows There Is Work to Be Done
Vinny Del Negro Likes the Way the Clippers Look On Paper But Knows There Is Work to Be Done
Dime Magazine (dimemag.com) : Daily NBA News, NBA Trades, NBA Rumors, Basketball Videos, Sneakers " Blog Archive " The Questions Every Western Conference Team Needs Answered This Preseason
LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS: Lamar Odom is beyond the questioning of his talent.
NBA's international growth on rise as China hosts twice
The NBA has seven preseason games played outside the USA, part of the growth of the international presence in the league.
Can the Clippers keep Paul happy? - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
Heading into the Los Angeles Clippers’ season opener on Oct. 31 we will tackle some of the pressing questions facing the team this season.
Stern 'not standing in way' of jersey advertisements
The NBA could allow jersey advertisements soon, but not at the urging of commissioner David Stern. He won't try to stop it, but he's not a fan of the idea.
Reggie Evans of Brooklyn Nets, cited in video showing new anti-flopping rules, says he is on board with change - NYPOST.com
The NBA released an official explanation of its new flopping policy Friday along with a video showing examples of what the league considered flops. The first example shown is of new Nets power forward Reggie Evans in a playoff game last season when he was playing for the Clippers.
Clippers react to NBA's anti-flopping rule - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin simply smiled Wednesday when asked about the new anti-flopping penalties in the NBA this season.
Blazers G Damian Lillard Names His Three Favorite NBA Point Guards - Blazer's Edge
"I really respect Chris Paul, just because of what he brings to the table for his team every game. I feel like he puts guys in position to do what they do best all the time. When it's time to win the game, he goes and wins games for his team. If that's scoring, or passing the ball, or defending. I think Chris Paul is probably the best point guard in the league."
Bledsoe Gaining Valuable Experience | The Official Site Of The Los Angeles Clippers
Getting practice time with the starting unit will only accelerate the growth of dynamic young point guard Eric Bledsoe.