LA Clippers News
Our favorite dunk champ is back in a recent interview tell-all.
The Clippers waived Harry Giles, giving Hartenstein the 15th spot for opening night.
Especially when it comes to our food, drinks, and merchandise.
That was the most glaring weakness that stuck out from the preseason.
The two-year, $22 million extension runs through the 2024-25 season.
The Clippers rookie injured his foot before training camp.
This 23-year business deal pushes environmental values to the forefront for a community-oriented organization.
Mann still has a lot to prove after last year’s postseason successes.
The mentor-mentee relationship between Mann and Batum was an unexpected surprise and delight.
The Clippers superstar was unexpectedly transparent in his media day availability.
The Clippers rookie hurt his foot during voluntary workouts.
After an offseason rehabbing from season-ending back surgery last playoffs, Ibaka will be limited to non-contact drills at the onset of training camp.
There’s still a possibility for Coffey to make the 15-man roster.
No news is good news?
The history — good or bad — of the Clippers nickname is part of the allure.
Inglewood’s Intuit Dome will act as a state-of-the-art arena focused on fan engagement and community building.
The conference has a lot more parity throughout than in most years.
And not a moment too soon.
The recent Hartenstein signing gives the Clippers options prior to the start of the 2021-22 season.
Kawhi is the lone Clipper rated over 90.