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A nuanced look at Russell Westbrook’s fit with Clippers

Fans on both sides are deciding they already know how this one will go, so what should we expect from Russell Westbrook with the Clippers?

Norman Powell is most deserving of the Sixth Man of the Year Award

There’s no doubt about it.

You will be missed, Luke Kennard

168 games later, the sharpshooter leaves L.A., having won the hearts of Clippers fans for good and all.

Thank you, Reggie Jackson

"We’re glad to have been a part of you falling back in love with the game, because we fell in love too."

Clippers are locked in a Russell Westbrook tug of war

Clippers players are coming out in support of Russell Westbrook, but Lawrence Frank and the front office have other ideas about his fit with the team.

Robert Covington is re-earning his playing time

The veteran forward has been a notable part to the team’s recent success.

Was the Paul George-Shai Gilegous-Alexander trade worth it for Clippers?

The Clippers’ bold gamble has still yet to yield their first jackpot.

The latest round of Clippers trade rumors makes for uninspiring reading

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.

The Clippers are unleashing their next off-the-bench weapon

Jamal Crawford, Lou Williams, and now Norman Powell?

Can Kawhi Leonard take the Clippers to the promised land?

Amid team struggles, Leonard is having a spectacular start to the new year.

Clippers are big winners out West in NBA’s Midseason Media Survey

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.

People around the NBA are ‘scared’ of the Clippers in the trade market

"They’re shaping into the big, bad contender that a lot of people predicted to win the championship this year."

Clippers Roundtable: Team goals for 2023

2022 was a roller coaster year for the Clippers, so we asked our contributors what they are expecting to see from the team in 2023.

Do any Clippers deserve to be an All-Star this year?

The NBA’s finest stars will rise in Utah next February.

Luke Kennard needs to shoot more for Clippers

The Duke product’s three-point shot could be the difference maker in the postseason.

The good, the bag and the ugly: 3 takeaways from Clippers-Sixers

The Los Angeles Clippers went down 119-114 to the Philadelphia 76ers, giving up a 20-point lead which started with a sloppy end to the first half and ended with a second-half capitulation.

Kawhi Leonard’s recent performances bring hope to Clippers championship aspirations

A third into the season, the superstar is finally gaining some traction.

Checking in with the Clippers after the first third of the season

Just over 30 games into the season, we assess the good, the bad and the ugly for the Clippers to this point.

Robert Covington is not getting the love he deserves in Los Angeles

Robert Covington is no stranger to trusting the process, but it’s becoming hard to see how he can build any momentum in his current role on the Clippers.

Clippers start a foundation with season-defining win over Celtics

The Clippers 113-93 win over the Boston Celtics proved that health will make or break their season, but that they’ve still got a solid foundation if they can stay the right side of it.

Common sense needs to prevail as Clippers continue to lose games

The Clippers have lost four of their last five games, but Paul George’s back-to-back starts this week show that they’re ready to let common sense prevail over caution.

Clippers down Trail Blazers behind Ty Lue’s team spirit

As the Clippers roared back from an 18-point deficit to win in Portland, the team spirit that has been built by Ty Lue was on display for the world to see once again.

Ontario Clippers are on a run being felt in Los Angeles

Led by Moussa Diabate and Jason Preston, the Ontario Clippers are building for a bright future back in Los Angeles.

Clippers top Utah Jazz without Paul George

The seven-time All-Star missed tonight game’s with a hamstring strain.

Norman Powell’s NBA Sixth Man of the Year campaign starts now

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.

Clippers put on offensive spectacle with 40-point quarter in win vs. Spurs

Their blowout win against the Spurs is the ‘blueprint’ of how the they need to play.

What a Steve Ballmer takeover in Liverpool could mean for Clippers

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?

Have the Clippers found their winning formula?

Embracing their depth — with some caveats — could be the difference between a lost season and one for the books.

Numbers show that the Clippers need to get more aggressive

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.

Terance Mann should model his game after these two former Clippers

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.

Is it time for Clippers fans to worry?

The Clippers are currently sitting at 7-5 on the season, but has their roller coaster start caused expectations to change for fans?

Taking the Clippers’ pulse after the first few weeks of the NBA season

The "it’s early" caveats can only last so long.