The Clippers went 2-1 after the trade deadline, a deadline that saw a big re-configuring of the team. Let’s see where members of the NBA media place L.A. during the All-Star Break.
The impact of newbies Landry Shamet, Ivica Zubac, Garrett Temple and JaMychal Green has already been felt after three games. Let’s break down their contributions thus far for the Clippers.
In another bonafide scrimmage between some of the league’s best youngsters, Shai played quite well.
Landry Shamet on JJ Redick: “He put me in a good place, and I don’t know if I am where I’m at without a lot of what he did for me.”
Read about how a skill set made its way from a former Clipper to a current Clipper.
The Clippers look a little different on the court, but the veteran leaders still have the team in position for the playoffs.
In trading away their leading scorer in Tobias Harris, the Clippers officially turned their focus towards the future. However, with new additions like Landry Shamet and Ivica Zubac, these new-look Clips are still dangerous.
In their first home game since the trade deadline, the Clippers played a no-nonsense brand of basketball that bodes well for the stretch run.
The Clippers return home from a six-game road trip with five new faces on the roster.
Bad defense, poor rebounding, and road fatigue were all factors in tonight’s loss
After a franchise-record 28-point comeback victory against the Celtics on Saturday, the 31-26 Clips travel to Minnesota to take on the 25-30 Timberwolves to try to keep up the momentum.
Danilo Gallinari has settled in nicely since returning from injury, and his presence will help the new Clippers ease into their roles as well.