Led by Moussa Diabate and Jason Preston, the Ontario Clippers are building for a bright future back in Los Angeles.
Paul George and Luke Kennard are out, while the team waits on the status of Kawhi Leonard.
Ivica Zubac put up 31 points and a career-high 29 rebounds as the Clippers beat the Indiana Pacers on Sunday afternoon.
Superstars Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are both out for tonight’s Black Friday showdown agains the Denver Nuggets.
Kawhi Leonard will not play against the Warriors, so the Clippers ‘next man up’ mentality will be tested once again.
After scoring 26 points in a positive display on both ends of the floor in the Clippers win over the San Antonio Spurs, Norman Powell showed he can still achieve his preseason goals.
Their blowout win against the Spurs is the ‘blueprint’ of how the they need to play.
Steve Ballmer has been reported to be in the running to takeover the ownership of Liverpool Football Club, so what could that mean for the Clippers?
A light night on the games side still had plenty of action to unpack
The Los Angeles Clippers have upgraded Kawhi Leonard to questionable for the visit of the Detroit Pistons on Thursday night.
The Clippers rank dead last in the NBA for field goal attempts, and they’ll need to get more aggressive if they are to rediscover their identity.
After a quiet start to the season, Terance Mann is starting to figure out his role by channelling the spirit of Patrick Beverley and Patrick Patterson.
While the Clippers and the Lakers are both battling with issues on and off the court, the fight for superiority in Los Angeles remains one-sided.
The Los Angeles Clippers remain without Kawhi Leonard, and with no timeline on his return, some fans are questioning the franchise’s short and long-term strategy.
The veteran forward is off to a flaming hot start.
The "it’s early" caveats can only last so long.
The NBA has fined the Clippers for playing Brandon Boston Jr. and Moussa Diabate despite listing them as unavailable, but can the franchise learn a deeper lesson from it?
With a lack of clarity over the timescale of Kawhi Leonard’s latest injury setback, are the Clippers in danger of letting history repeat itself?
Ty Lue has been pushing Paul George to be more aggressive, and the Clippers’ star will want to listen to those words while Kawhi Leonard sits.
George’s valiant 35-point effort was just enough for the team to squeeze away with a win.
The NBA has proposed what it’s calling an ‘upper spending limit’ in talks over a new collective bargaining agreement, but what would that mean for the Clippers?
Kawhi Leonard will miss the Clippers’ second meeting with OKC, and the team have a few key areas for improvement to get themselves back in the win column.