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The Daily Clipper – Back-to-Back Edition

Jonathan Daniel

Big test tonight! Luckily, it's against a weak opponent. Here's some news from around the net:


Clippers looking for a better outcome on this four-game trip -

Vinny Del Negro says he's growing on the job as Clippers' coach -

Jordan's offensive improvement 'a plus' for Clippers - The Orange County Register
On the Clippers' first offensive possession of each game, the team typically tries to get the ball down on the block for a post-up.

Vinny Del Negro: Vinny Del Negro's belief system works for Los Angeles Clipppers -
Los Angeles Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro believes in his players and they in him.

Blake Griffin says Terrell Owens wanted to play basketball for the Clippers | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Terrell Owens, NBA player? It could have happened this past summer. The L.A. Clippers' Blake Griffin, speaking Tuesday morning on "The Dan Patrick Show," said Owens wanted to latch on to the Clips. "He was at our practice facility this … Continue reading →

Rapid Reaction: Clippers 94, Bulls 89 - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
Chris Paul has a phrase for moments late in games that are still in the balance. "It’s winning time," he will shout from the b

Paul and Griffin conserving energy - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES -- Chris Paul and Blake Griffin have started their own little tradition after Los Angeles Clippers games this season.

Michael Jordan goes one-on-one with his Charlotte Bobcats |
It has become an unofficial annual event: Bobcats owner Michael Jordan shows up at a home practice in workout clothes. He watches, he instructs, he gets the old itch.

Secret to Bobcats building a top-tier team? Luck |

The San Antonio Spurs and Oklahoma City Thunder are considered two of the best-run franchises in the league. But all the quality planning and scouting those franchises represent would mean little had good fortune not befallen them.

Dear Sports Czars: Take Your Ball And Go Home : NPR
Many sports bosses are tarnishing their achievements by overstaying their welcome, says commentator Frank Deford.