Tweet of the Night: NBA players react to amazing Warriors-Clippers game, sideline reporter Rosalyn says she won’t shave legs until Warriors lose

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If there is one team that has proven to be a serious challenge out in the West for the Golden State Warriors thus far, it has been the Los Angeles Clippers. After giving them a run for their money in the first game back on Nov. 4 (final score of 112-108), the Clippers went up by as much as 23 points against the Warriors in the early going in their second meeting on Thursday. For the second straight time, Chris Paul


Tweet of the Night: Bill Simmons breaks down the Los Angeles Clippers


The Los Angeles Clippers entered Wednesday’s contest against the Golden State Warriors with a perfect 4-0 record and had plenty to be optimistic about how their season has gone so far. Optimism has a way of going out the window when you lose, though, and that’s what happened to the Clippers after falling to Stephen Curry and the Warriors 112-108. The contest went down to the wire for the Clippers despite taking a 10-point lead half way through a momentum-shifting fourth quarter. Blake


Gambling Guru Picks Over/Unders for all 30 Teams


It’s go time. The NBA season finally opens up tonight and it has snuck up on me more than any season I can remember. Anyway, here are my over/under picks for the win totals for each team based on the numbers set at Pinnacle Sports.Atlanta Hawks, 49.5 wins: UNDER  This team was simply lights out against the spread last season, and they’ll be a solid team again, but I’m projecting them to fall slightly under 49 wins.Boston Celtics, 45.5 wins: UNDER  I love Brad


Five Things To Watch: Los Angeles Clippers


Two points in time define the last several months for the Los Angeles Clippers. The first came in May, when the Clippers blew a 3-1 series lead in the Western Conference semifinals before falling to Houston. With DeAndre Jordan becoming an unrestricted free agent and Chris Paul pushing 30, there were worries that the proverbial window of opportunity for this team was beginning to close. That nearly proved to be the case over the July 4th weekend, when Jordan verbally agreed to


Five Things To Watch: Golden State Warriors


Every four decades, the basketball galaxy is in alignment for the Golden State Warriors. And on cue, last season was one of those moments as the Warriors won their first NBA championship since the days of Rick Barry 40 years ago. Last season’s Warriors were a talented group, particularly deep and immune to significant health problems, which they managed to avoid. In a breakthrough season, Stephen Curry achieved NBA Most Valuable Player status. Even their postseason matchups seemed to be hand-picked. And they did all of this with a rookie coach, no less. Now comes


Tweet of the Day: Jamal Crawford hints that he’s happy to remain a Clipper

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Jamal Crawford’s future has been a subject of much speculation all offseason, with rumors linking the veteran guard to teams including the Knicks, Cavaliers and Heat. But the Clippers never did trade their long-standing sixth man, and he reported to the team for Friday’s Media Day and Saturday’s opening of training camp. Late Friday, Crawford tweeted a cryptic message that seemed to reference his uncertain offseason: [Read more…]


Los Angeles Clippers: Need to Know


DeAndre Jordan shot 71.0% from the field last season, second-highest in NBA history (Wilt Chamberlain in 1972-73). His average shot distance was 1.2 feet. A staggering 252 of his 378 made field goals were dunks (66.7%).     [Read more…]


Is Chris Paul the best point guard ever?

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As I looked through advanced metrics of all-time greats, Chris Paul’s name kept appearing. His metrics suggest that Paul is not just a Hall of Fame-caliber player, but perhaps the greatest point guard in NBA history.     [Read more…]