Clippers

Corey Maggette says it ‘was tough to see’ Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan leave Clippers

During the Chris Paul–Blake Griffin–DeAndre Jordan era, the Los Angeles Clippers were always one of the best teams in the NBA during the regular season and looked primed to contend for a championship year after year. The Clippers, however, never made it past the second-round of the playoffs and often got in its own way with big time

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Free agents

Looking ahead at the top NBA free agents in 2019

2018 was an odd year in free agency. One-year contracts seemed to be the theme of the summer, with seemingly half of the free agents signing either one-year deals or a two-year deal, with an option to opt-out after the first year. The reason behind so many of these one-year contracts is because only a

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DeAndre Jordan

Society Top 50: No. 47 – DeAndre Jordan

Name: DeAndre Jordan Position: 47 Team: Los Angeles Clippers 2016-2017 Regular Season General Stats: 12.7 pts 13.8 reb 1.2 ast 1.7 blk 71.4 FG% 48.2 FT% 2016-2017 Regular Season Advanced Stats: 21.8 PER 67.3 TS% 11.8 WS 1.0 OBPM 3.0 DBPM 3.9 VORP   The Breakdown: This is probably the biggest surprise on our list so far. DeAndre Jordan is

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Clippers

2017 NBA Playoffs: Clippers Go Coast-To-Coast To Even Series Against Jazz In Game 2

DeAndre Jordon versus Rudy Gobert was the key matchup for many coming into the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers first round matchup during this year’s NBA Playoffs. After all, the two are virtually mirror images of each other. Both freakish 7-footers that can defend the rim at a premier-level, while excelling in the pick-and-roll

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Paul Millsap, Joel Embiid, All-Star Snubs

Fisch’s Friday Rant: All-Star Snubs

Every year, when the All-Star game is ready to take place, and the voting comes in from the fans and coaches, we all hope and pray that our favorite players make the cut. Twitter campaigns are rampant, stats are tweeted after every game, and trash talk is spewed all over the place. This season was

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Blake Griffin exits Lob City? Should the Clippers trade him?

Blake Griffin is one of the best PF’s in the NBA. That should come as no surprise to NBA fans. Who was once known only as a highlight reel became and all-around power forward for the once irrelevant Los Angeles Clippers, who have rejuvenated their franchise thanks to the likes of Chris Paul and Blake

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2015-2016 NBA Regular Season Player Rankings: Center

All statistics per ESPN.com 10.) Dwight Howard, Houston Rockets Dwight Howard had an awful season for Howard’s standards. He averaged a double-double for his 11th straight season, but his 13.7 points per game was his least point total since his rookie year. Howard is crazy if he thinks he is deserving of a max contract

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First Round Preview: (4) Los Angeles Clippers vs. (5) Portland TrailBlazers

Overview: This 4 vs. 5 series out West is possibly the only series that truly can go the distance. Although the Clippers beat the Blazers 3 games to 1 during the regular season, all of that goes out the window now. Portland lost 4 starters last season, earning the 5 seed out West speaks volumes

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VIDEO: DeAndre Jordan has a block party

The Los Angeles Clippers(45-27) took on the Denver Nuggets(31-43) in a Easter matinee game on Sunday, and it turned out to be the DeAndre Jordan show. He threw himself a block party and the Nuggets were the VIP guests. In three quarters, Jordan had 16 points and 16 rebounds to along with SIX blocks. Unfortunately,

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VIDEO: Watch DeAndre Jordan dunk all over Greg Monroe

When DeAndre Jordan is coming your way, take a quick moment to decide if you’re ready… Greg Monroe was at the worst place at the worst time, just trying to help on Chris Paul’s base line drive in the first quarter. Jordan dove down the middle of the floor, and of course Paul found him

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