The Daily Clipper – Play off class of 2006

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Welcome back former Clippers, Elton Brand and Chris Kaman! Better known to us as (F)Elton and Mr. Flippy. Lots of stories out there! Check them out here!

Even on the bad terms that (F)Elton left, I still have a soft heart for him. Even more so now, in the sunset of his career. The guy was the ultimate "nice guy" and only followed advice of his crappy agent. Kaman? How can you not love the goofy looking, gun-loving, firework-exploding guy!? I truly believe, Kaman and EJ were deeply hurt when they were traded to NO. Probably, because neither had experience a move being made strictly for business reasons. Both guys were key to that run the team had in 2006. One 3 pt shot away from the WCF (poor Daniel Ewing). Thanks for those moments fellas!

Welcome back!


Lamar Odom progressing with Clippers - Dallas Mavericks Blog - ESPN Dallas
LOS ANGELES -- As Lamar Odom exited the Los Angeles Clippers' weight room Tuesday afternoon, he looked down at his newly defined biceps and smiled.

Clippers Podcast: 12/4 - ESPN
Kevin & Jordan dish on Bledsoe after the return of Billups and the improvement in Griffin's shot. Also, Beckley Mason of changes his tune on Griffin.


Clippers' Lamar Odom begins to earn the trust -

Jamal Crawfords Return - RealGM
Real GM

Flop of the night: Chauncey Billups - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN
Chauncey Billups deployed veteran trickery to great effect Monday night.


NBA - Nuggets-Hawks and Mavericks-Clippers debate - ESPN
5-on-5 roundtable: Breaking down the four teams heading into ESPN's doubleheader.

Elton Brand and Chris Kaman come home - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN
These two guys once occupied the Clippers frontcourt, and the hopes of Clippers fans.

Derek Fisher determined to earn Mavs' respect - Dallas Mavericks Blog - ESPN Dallas
Much was made of the value of 38-year-old Derek Fisher as a mentor for the young players on the Mavericks’ roster...

Chris Kaman of Dallas Mavericks says Donald Sterling's willingness to spend has improved Los Angeles Clippers - ESPN
Dallas Mavericks center Chris Kaman, who spent the first eight years of his NBA career with the Los Angeles Clippers, believes his former team can go from the worst possible franchise in the NBA and all of sports history to one of the best.

Around the League:

NBA Commissioner David Stern talks about New Orleans Hornets, Tom Benson |
NBA commissioner will be at New Orleans Arena on Wednesday for Lakers game

Report: New Orleans Hornets to change name to Pelicans in 2013-14? | The Point Forward -
The Point Forward – -'s NBA Blog

New Orleans Hornets say reported name change not up to them
It was the nickname of the longtime minor league baseball team in town

Michael Jordan open to Hornets name back in Charlotte - ESPN
Michael Jordan is open to changing the Charlotte name back to the Hornets if New Orleans gives up the name as planned.

Domino Effect of a Name Change -
Last week Michael Jordan, the owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, said that he would be open to changing the team's name to the Hornets should the franchise in New Orleans follow through with plans to change its name to something more befitting that city.

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