The three loses suffered do not bore good news for the Clippers. The latest injury to CP3 and the ailing state of the point guard position certainly makes everybody cringes seeing the Clippers appearing lost in the transition. Bledsoe's "hit or miss" manner of running the team offense cannot be relied upon. The so called flashes are "great" when you are winning but when poor decision making and unforced TO's rear their ugly heads, Bledsoe's performance suddenly turned average, sometimes even below.
The temptation is to put Bledsoe out in the market while his value is still up to get assets to make the team better. Billups will be playing soon and with Hill getting healthier and LO better, trading Bledsoe is inevitable and should be just around the corner.
The most important thing is to keep CP3 healthy and I would not mind not playing him for the next 4 games. We know we cannot win without CP3 and playoff is 40 games away. Resting him makes sense even if it means dropping to the 4rth seed in the western division.
Meanwhile, i would rather start Hill (6-8 minutes) to orchestrate the offense and have Bledsoe play in the same rotation as before.