Sorry I've been absent from the Community but haven't been feeling that well. Not much going on in terms of basketball. Everything has come pretty much to a halt except for the Olympics. But here are some basketball related news to get you through at least for this day.
A closer look at the Clippers' schedule - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Clippers enjoyed their most successful season ever in Lob City’s debut run and were rewarded when their 2012-13 schedule came out Thursday with 30 national television games.
Clippers will play eight of their first nine games at Staples Center - BostonHerald.com
LOS ANGELES -- When the NBA put together the 2012-13 schedule, the league seems to have kept in mind the memorable seven-game, first-round playoff series between the Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies. Perhaps that explains why the Clippers will open the regular season against Memphis...
StoryWalk Inspires White Plains Kids To 'Dream Big, Read' | The White Plains Daily Voice
Phyllis Chambers took her children on a StoryWalk at the White Plains Library. The exhibit features each page of the book "Long Shot" by NBA player Chris Paul on large foam boards.
Grant Hill: A Mutual Parting? - Bright Side Of The Sun
The Suns have made some major changes this off-season. The last remnants of the past era evaporated from the horizon, shimmering and then fading to nothingness in the parching summer sun. Fresh and familiar faces have swirled into the mix, manifesting in the midst of a midafternoon monsoon.
USA's shot at new gold may rest on Love's old prediction | NBA.com
In the realm of outlandish predictions, the one Kevin Love made to Tyson Chandler nearly 12 years ago qualifies as, how would the locals say it ... "bold as brass."
10 key NBA games: Jeremy Lin at Garden, Anthony Davis' debut
USA TODAY Sports breaks down 10 key games on the newly released 2012-13 NBA schedule, including awkward returns for Jeremy Lin and Steve Nash.
Stern in no hurry to know if NBA players stay in Olympics – USATODAY.com
USA Basketball chairman Jerry Colangelo said that the sooner he knows the age rule for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the better.