The Clippers found a way in Game 5.
The Clippers are a dark horse in 2021.
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How can the Clippers improve their roster?
The Clippers have acquired Rajon Rondo from the Atlanta Hawks.
The duo was revered in NBA discourse and drew comparisons to the wing tandem of Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. 20 months later and the Clippers have never been further away from a championship since they signed.
To say it’s been a wild NBA season so far would be an understatement. After having just a little over two months to prepare, the first few games naturally didn’t go as planned for most teams, as the standings show.
The NBA Christmas Day games were a bit disappointing. The Heat easily beat the Pelicans, the Bucks cruised past the Warriors, and the Nets were far better than the Celtics.
With all the accolades and nightly triple-doubles that Luka Doncic has accumulated, he is just a 21-year old star entering his third year in the league. Many people predict Luka to come up with an MVP-caliber year this season, but that will be dependent on the level of success that the Mavericks will achieve.
The 2020/21 NBA season is here. It's been the shortest offseason in league history, but the excitement levels are as high as ever for opening night. Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant matchup for the first time since Durant played for the Thunder as the Golden State Warriors and Brooklyn Nets get the season tipped off on December 22nd. The Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers follow up at Staples Center.
Injuries ruined the Portland Trail Blazers’ hopes in 2019/20. This offseason was not one for overhaul, but an opportunity to enhance a roster which went on a run in the bubble to snatch the final playoff spot.
The Los Angeles Clippers are signing Serge Ibaka to a two-year contract.
The Los Angeles Lakers are set to sign former Clippers forward Montrezl Harrell as a free agent. Harrell won Sixth Man of the Year in 2019/20, but a troubled playoffs hit his value hard.
Per NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, Tyronn Lue has agreed to a five-year deal to become the head coach of the L.A. Clippers. The former Cleveland Cavaliers head coach will take over the star-studded team after an embarrassing exit from the NBA bubble in the second round of the Western Conference playoffs.