“I didn’t like this move for the Clippers, I didn’t like this move for Clipper fans, I didn’t like this move for Los Angeles. I’m glad it didn’t happen.”
The Clippers win, but they still have a point guard problem to solve.
Time is running out for the Clippers to find the final piece of their puzzle.
The Clippers just found another way to win in Chicago.
Takeaways from a weekend which included a lot of trade-related anxiety, the return of a fan favourite and an old-fashioned beatdown.
The Clippers are rolling right now and with teams around them suffering, could they yet go even further?
The Clippers’ bold gamble has still yet to yield their first jackpot.
Serge Ibaka, Naz Reid, Fred VanVleet and Kyle Lowry have all been linked with moves to Los Angeles, but none present the perfect match for the Clippers.
LeBron James will win the war to be the NBA’s leading scorer, but Kawhi Leonard and company are winning all the battles in L.A.
Kawhi Leonard and the Clippers are finally trending in the right direction.
Paul George once again tried to bury the "Clippers need a playmaking point guard" narrative.
As the Clippers fall below .500, fans have some serious concerns about the direction of the team.
Jon and Jack reminisce on their memorable year as Courtside hosts and discuss the Clippers’ point guard situation.
Jamal Crawford, Lou Williams, and now Norman Powell?
Amid team struggles, Leonard is having a spectacular start to the new year.
Despite a slow first half of the season, the NBA’s Midseason Media Survey will offer Clippers fans food for thought, as the team are still predicted to do big things this campaign.
The Clippers are back at .500 as decision time approaches...
Luka Doncic put up 43 points but the Clippers finally managed to see out a win behind Kawhi Leonard, Terance Mann and Robert Covington.
Paul George and Reggie Jackson are speaking out about mental health after fellow Clippers John Wall, Robert Covington and Nicolas Batum recently revealed their own struggles.
While optimism remains high within the franchise, the Clippers are in serious danger of this season becoming a bust.
When is it okay to give up on the Clippers?
"They’re shaping into the big, bad contender that a lot of people predicted to win the championship this year."
The Los Angeles Clippers fell 128-115 to the Minnesota Timberwolves in the absence of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, but it was a much-improved display from Tyronn Lue’s team.
The Los Angeles Clippers fell 122-91 to the Denver Nuggets, and to paraphrase team announcer Brian Sieman, the best thing about the game was that it ended.