Here we are, five games into the season, and not one but two LA Times columnists have Clippers pieces in today's LA Times. Somebody pinch me.
T.J. Simers managed to make it through an entire column on Elton Brand's busy summer and subsequent slow start without saying anything downright mean. It's pretty hard to be mean to Elton. Oh, and apparently Elton is out of the movie business.
J.A. Andade wrote about the fact that the Clippers expectations are so high, that they are 4-1 and everyone in the organization feels they're playing poorly. (I'm sure Andade had the column 95% written by halftime, and then the Clippers went out and ruined everything by looking really sharp in the second half. He had to change his lead and everything.)