The injury-plagued Clippers look to bounce back.
They battled back valiantly in the second half, but clutch-time blunders gave the game away.
With Kawhi Leonard and Paul George possibly missing for the season, is it time for the Clippers to make a decision on whether to buy or sell?
The Clippers are in dire need of a prolific scoring night.
Without Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, the Clippers lack a star. But the score-first Morris has brought instant offense to a team that could use it in bunches.
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The superstar has been out since the second round of the 2021 postseason.
The second-year two-way player wasn’t wholly impressive in his first chance at meaningful minutes.
LA lost to New Orleans for the third time this season, as a cold shooting night met a stifling Pelicans defense.
The answer doesn’t even depend on Paul George’s health.
The Clippers will travel to New Orleans for a chance to get a bonafide streak going and get back above .500.
It’s always fun to get excited about young talent in the league.
These moments have a way of mattering beyond the game itself.
Amir Coffey’s all-around contribution leads the Clippers back to a .500 record.
It’s been an unconventional season for the Clippers, but they’ve been able to give opportunities to guys who might not otherwise have got them — and that’s something to celebrate.
At home, the Clippers will look to achieve their first win streak of the new year.
Seemingly everyone in the organization has had to step into a new role this past month.
It turns out the best cure for a matinee lull is a cup of coffee.
With offensive options limited, the Clippers look to Marcus Morris as a leader on the court.
The Grizzlies string together eight wins in a row as LA loses their fourth in their last five games.
The Clippers look to weather illness and injury to stem their recent skid.
Casual sneakers are supposed to look better than hoop shoes, after all.
Plus, more news for Friday.
With this loss, the Clippers fall below .500 with a record of 19-20.
Chris Haynes shared some good news about the superstar’s rehab on TNT.
The Clippers star is fourth among Western Conference players overall.
The Clippers star has missed 11 of the last 13 games, including six in a row, with a UCL injury.
A shorthanded Clippers team has already beaten the Phoenix Suns once this season. Can they repeat the trick on the road?