The Spurs team remind me of Clint Eastwood (pre-Republican Convention). Gritty, tough as nails, and always making winners (as in movies). The Spurs are 4-0 WITHOUT Manu!! They have good perimeter shooters around Duncan. If the Clippers don't close out on those shooters, it will not be pretty! Let's hope some sulking in the last two loses for a day or so will kick this team's defense in gear! On with today's stories!
Blake Griffin of Los Angeles Clippers will play Wednesday despite burst bursa sac in elbow and neck strain - ESPN Los Angeles
Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin will start Wednesday night against the San Antonio Spurs despite having a burst bursa sac in his right elbow and a neck strain, Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said Tuesday.
Griffin playing with burst bursa sac in right elbow | griffin, burst, playing - The Orange County Register
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For Neil Olshey and Clippers, parting was sweet sorrow - Los Angeles Times
PORTLAND, Ore. — For decades, leaving the Clippers was something that could be done with a smile. Neil Olshey made parting ways with the longtime laughingstock a joyless endeavor.
Clippers, with L.A. looking for more heroes, wastes opportunity under the spotlight in a loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
There's a future NBA champion being built piece-by-piece at the Staples Center this year. It has a point guard...
Spurs Nation " Spurs’ offense spreading the wealth
Spurs’ offense spreading the wealth
Spurs Nation " Scouting the Clippers
Scouting the Clippers
Spurs are celebrating their 40th anniversary in San Antonio this season. The Spurs are also enjoying their first ever 4-0 start in franchise history.
Actual Job: Teaching NBA Players to Shoot - WSJ.com
Throughout sport, coaches specialize in fundamentals—tending goal, hitting sliders, blocking and tackling. But only now is professional basketball hiring coaches to teach that most basic skill: how to shoot.
NBA Notes: Lowry leaves game with ankle injury
Kyle Lowry left Tuesday night's Raptors' game early with a right ankle sprain, while the Bobcats' Gerald Henderson could be sidelined a couple weeks with a foot sprain.