Hartenstein has spent his first Clippers season making a constant impact. Seriously, how has this guy played on four teams in four years?
Defending is hard enough before adding 14 seconds to the shot clock.
Although it’s not been a week to celebrate for the Clippers, they have been boosted by Serge Ibaka’s return to the lineup.
Jackson has never shot the ball this much. What else is there to his game?
With Marcus Morris set to make his return to the floor, the Clippers will be able to put up more of a fight in the paint.
As the Clippers’ de facto number one, George has been elite and electric. As basketball fans, we should cherish it.
While Paul George and Reggie Jackson ride their early-season heaters, Bledsoe is showing signs of regression. That has to change.
Normally a team that likes to go small, the Clippers flipped the script and stayed big to great effect.
With the Clippers starting to put together a run, Nicolas Batum has been right at the heart of it and will continue to be crucial.
The Clippers aren’t consistently scoring like they used to. It helps that they won’t let their opponents score, either.
Paul George said he was ready to lead. At 1-3, that leadership is more important than ever.
Overdribbling has cost the Clippers early in the season.
The Clippers have shown an extra emphasis on pace to start the season, but how effective has it been and is it sustainable long term?
Batum set the tone defensively against Portland, and the rest of the Clippers followed.
Once the league’s most fearsome rim presence, Ibaka’s 2021-22 season is all about proving what he has left in the tank.
With the new NBA season upon us, the Clippers have another chance to make our wildest dreams come true
Having been the smiling face throughout the Clippers preseason, Reggie Jackson’s personality could continue to be a huge key for the franchise this year
The up-and-coming swingman proved his worth and abilities well into the postseason, and with a maximized role this season, the sky is the limit.
PG’s playoff 3-point shooting could be the final puzzle piece to the Clippers championship puzzle.
Keon Johnson’s youth and physical tools suggest he has much room for improvement.
In his first season with the Clippers, Batum finished second in both the Western Conference and Olympics. Now he wants to finish first.
The returner’s role on a win-now team will be instrumental in the pursuit of a championship.