Let’s kick-off the team’s upcoming 4 game road trip with another sizzling Daily Clipper!
The Clippers begin this road trip against the team that booted them out of the playoffs last season: The San Antonio Spurs. I think if they take this game, there's a good chance they sweep the whole trip! Meanwhile, tons of Clippers news out there, so lets get to them!
Clippers have difficult stops on four-city trip - latimes.com
Starting Monday, L.A. visits San Antonio, Oklahoma City, Brooklyn and Atlanta over seven days, all teams that have at least a .500 record.
Blake Griffin gaining confidence — and accuracy — in free throws - latimes.com
There were times last season when Blake Griffin was anxious the moment he stepped to the free-throw line, knowing his 52.1% free-throw percentage was the big weak spot in his game.
Clippers' Blake Griffin saves his best for the best - latimes.com
The Clippers have won five consecutive games by using back-to-back losses as fuel.
Vinny Del Negro: Vinny Del Negro enjoying ride coaching Los Angeles Clippers - chicagotribune.com
With L.A.'s second team, former Chicago Bulls coach has deeper talent he ever has had
3 of the top 11 leaders in Player Efficiency Rating are Clippers and none of them is named Blake Griffin.— Kevin Arnovitz (@kevinarnovitz) November 19, 2012
Spurs Nation " Over in a New York minute for Spurs
Over in a New York minute for Spurs
Spurs Nation " Loss to Clippers rankles just a bit
Loss to Clippers rankles just a bit
Spurs Nation " Scouting the Clippers
Scouting the Clippers
Around the league:
2012 NBA schedule: Clippers, Lakers each with big games this week - SB Nation Los Angeles
The Lakers and Clippers will look to pick up a couple victories before partaking in their Thanksgiving festivities in a light week for both teams.
The N.B.A. (learning from baseball) is discovering the power of new statistics and weird analytics. By these measures, the unsung and undervalued Shane Battier is a true all-star.
Not a lot of people noticed outside the Valley of the Sun, but Marcin Gortat was playing at a near All-Star level when paired with Steve Nash last season, as the big in a lot of his pick-and-rolls. This season it is not the same in Phoenix.
Finally, yup, I'm going there…