LA Clippers Scores
Kawhi Leonard scored 33 points on 12-for-19 from the field, but he couldn’t save the Clippers from falling 134-124 to the Denver Nuggets.
The Russell Westbrook era got off to the craziest start possible for the Clippers.
Assessing the performances of Mason Plumlee, Bones Hyland and Eric Gordon on their Clippers debuts.
Paul George couldn’t carry the weight in Kawhi Leonard’s absence.
Nicolas Batum bails the Clippers out again, but the vibes still aren’t right.
The Clippers just found another way to win in Chicago.
The Clippers are rolling right now and with teams around them suffering, could they yet go even further?
While optimism remains high within the franchise, the Clippers are in serious danger of this season becoming a bust.
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.
Luke Kennard, Nicolas Batum and Terance Mann all finished the game scoreless.
The Croatian big man recorded a 23-point double-double.
Seven Clippers were in double digits in an overtime effort against the Pistons.
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.
The Clippers win their first Summer League game by 18 points; here’s why it was even more exciting than that.
The Pelicans end the Clippers post-season aspirations, and season on a whole, after an exciting play-in game.
The Clippers made costly mistakes down the stretch of Tuesday’s game.
The Clippers manage to end a tumultuous season on a high note as the play-in tournament looms.
Six players were in double digits tonight.
Clippers win this potential play-In preview in dominating two-way performance.
The Clippers cruised past the Bucks in what was a battle of banged up rosters.
Paul George is back. The losing streak is snapped. Life is good.
The Clippers drop another one, despite a number of very encouraging signs on display tonight.
The Clippers bench and reliance on second half heroics were not enough to overcome, or really put a dent at all in, a 14-41 second quarter.
The Clippers drop to .500 with just 10 games to go until the play-in tournament.
Despite double-doubles from Ivica Zubac and Terance Mann, Cleveland effectively contained them to improve their record to 39-29.
Much of the credit can be given to the trio of Reggie Jackson, Marcus Morris, and Luke Kennard, who combined for 77 points.
Clippers shooting woes continue without top contributors Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and Norman Powell.