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Los Angeles Clippers 2014 News and Updates
5/12/14 - May 11 was a day of epic comebacks in the NBA playoffs, and this theme was set early in the day when the Los Angeles Clippers made up a 16 point second half deficit to knock off Oklahoma City, 101-99, and even their second-round series with the Thunder at two games each. The comeback was keyed by Chris Paul and Darren Collison; CP3 tossed in 23 points and dished out 10 assists, while Collison dropped 10 of his 18 points off the bench in the last three minutes of the game. The Clips also got a typically strong performance from Blake Griffin, who added 25 points and nine rebounds; DeAndre Jordan, who collected 14 boards and a pair of blocks along with his seven points; and Jamal Crawford, who also blocked a pair while contributing 18 points of his own.
5/9/14 - As good as the Los Angeles Clippers were in Game 1 of their pivotal second round series with Oklahoma City, in Game 2 the Clippers had no answer for the Thunder’s tandem of MVP Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, who accounted for 63 of Oklahoma City’s points in the 122-101 win. Chris Paul, who was lights-out from long range in Game 1, was just 2-for-5 from three-point land in Game 2, as part of his 17-point, 11-assist double-double; J.J. Redick led the Clippers with 18 points, while Blake Griffin was held to just 15 points and six rebounds. DeAndre Jordan was kept to seven points, but collected a team-high eight boards in the losing effort; as a team, the Clippers were outworked on the glass 52-36.
5/6/14 - They were distracted, they were angry…but the Los Angeles Clippers, still dealing with fallout from the Donald Sterling affair, put together a pair of solid efforts in their Staples Center contests to put away the Golden State Warriors, four games to three, to advance to the second round of the playoffs against #2 seed Oklahoma City. The series victory was their second since the current run of Clipper success began in 2011-12. Not only did all five starters for the Clips provide solid game performances in Game 7 (and they needed all of them), they also got a solid scoring effort from Jamal Crawford coming off the bench. Blake Griffin led all Clippers scorers with 24 points, to go with five boards, six dishes, three steals and three blocks; Chris Paul combined his 22 points (the same as Crawford) with 14 assists for a double-double, and center DeAndre Jordan notched a double-double of his own of 15 points and 18 boards.
4/28/14 - As if the Los Angeles Clippers, who have struggled for years to find relevancy in the NBA and were thought to be well on their way to being one of the league’s elites, needed any more bad luck. The highly racially insensitive comments allegedly made by owner Donald Sterling this past weekend, captured on tape and released by gotcha-journalism website TMZ, have served to become a huge unneeded distraction for the team; the impact even reaching halfway around the globe, as even U.S. President Barack Obama was asked for his views on the situation during a news conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. On the court, the Clippers have struggled mightily, splitting the first four games with Golden State, each team winning once at their respective home.
4/21/14 - As dominant as the Los Angeles Clippers have been during the regular season the last couple years, it seems as though the Clips forget how to play together once the playoffs start…and once again, the Clippers found themselves surprised in the first round, this time by a hungry Golden State team who came into Staples Center and stole a 109-105 win in Game 1 of their series. Chris Paul, nevertheless, had a fine game, leading the Clippers with 28 points, going along with eight assists, seven rebounds and four steals. J.J. Redick tossed in 22 points, including 4-for-5 from long distance; Blake Griffin added 16 points, and DeAndre Jordan collected a double-double of 14 boards and 11 points, along with five blocks and a pair of steals.
4/15/14 - It’s been another historic season for the Los Angeles Clippers. For the second year in a row, and the first time ever, the Clips have locked up the Pacific Division, and are making their third consecutive trip to the NBA Playoffs; not since the team was in Buffalo and called the Braves has this happened previously (1973-74, 1974-75, and 1975-76). They currently have 56 wins, which ties the franchise record set just last season; the 56th victory came at the expense of Sacramento, 117-101, over the weekend. The victory features another fairly balanced scoring effort, with all five starters plus reserve Jamal Crawford breaking double figures. Big man Blake Griffin led the Clips’ scoring attack with 27 points; DeAndre Jordan was a force in the middle, notching 21 points, nine rebounds, and seven blocked shots. Chris Paul recorded yet another double-double of 17 points and 10 assists to go along with seven rebounds.
4/8/14 - Lest there be any doubt as to who the best pro basketball team in Los Angeles is this season, the Los Angeles Clippers left none over the weekend, claiming a 120-97 win over the Lakers, their third straight over their Staples Center mates after dropping the season opener. Chris Paul had a game high 23 points for the Clips, while Blake Griffin added 22 points, seven rebounds, five assists and three steals; center DeAndre Jordan collected a double-double of 11 points and 12 rebounds, and also swatted away four shots. J.J. Redick tossed in 15 points, and Darren Collison chipped in with 14 points and a half-dozen assists.
3/31/14 - For the third straight season – and first time ever in Los Angeles – the Los Angeles Clippers have booked themselves a spot in the NBA postseason, joining San Antonio and Oklahoma City as Western Conference teams who have clinched playoff spots. The only other time the Clips franchise has made three consecutive postseason appearances was during their days as the Buffalo Braves in the middle 1970’s. The Clippers have won their last two, both on the road, but the most recent win – 118-107 over the Houston Rockets – turned out to be a costly one, as Blake Griffin left the game early with back spasms. The victory over the Rockets also turned out to be a little chaotic, as reserve Glen Davis was sent back to the locker room for disciplinary reasons in the second quarter.
3/24/14 - Even though the winning streak has been snapped, the Los Angeles Clippers just keep rollin’. Despite losing, 110-100 at Denver on St. Patrick’s Day, that’s been the Clips’ only blemish in their last 10 games. They got back to winning with their very next game, a 112-103 win over Detroit; Chris Paul led all scorers with 28 points, and had a double-double for the game as well, collecting 15 assists. DeAndre Jordan was a force inside, pulling down 12 boards and swatting away five shots to go along with his nine points. Blake Griffin, not to be overlooked, had 25 points, seven rebounds, seven assists, a steal and a block.
3/18/14 - They’re arguably the hottest team in the NBA at the moment, these Los Angeles Clippers are, and they have an 11-game winning streak to show it, moving to just a game behind Oklahoma City for the second slot, and three games behind that other hot West team, San Antonio, for the top overall record in the West – and the league. In their most recent win, a 102-80 demolishing of Cleveland, it was a case of “the usual suspects” leading the way – Blake Griffin nearly had a triple-double against the Cavaliers, racking up team highs in points and rebounds with 21 points, 11 boards and eight assists, to go along with a blocked shot. Chris Paul combined 16 points with 15 assists, and big man DeAndre Jordan also contributed 11 rebounds to go along with 15 points, a pair of steals and a block.
3/11/14 - Winners of six straight, including scoring their biggest win in franchise history at the hands of their Staples Center co-tenants (equaling the Lakers’ worst loss in franchise history), the Los Angeles Clippers followed that up with a one point squeeze past the visiting Atlanta Hawks, 109-108. The usual suspects led the way for the Clips: Blake Griffin with 27 points, eight rebounds, and five assists; DeAndre Jordan with 12 rebounds and 13 points; and Chris Paul added 19 points, 10 assists and a pair of steals. Last week new acquisition Danny Granger made his Clipper debut, in the team’s win over Phoenix.
2/24/14 - Was it a statement win? The Los Angeles Clippers knocked off conference leading Oklahoma City 125-117 over the weekend, with all five Clipper starters – DeAndre Jordan, Blake Griffin, Matt Barnes, Chris Paul and Jamal Crawford – scoring in double figures, led by Crawford’s 36. Jordan pulled down 12 boards to lead in that area, while Paul dished out 12 assists. Griffin added 20 points, to go along with seven rebounds, six assists, and a block. Also, the Clippers have signed Glen Davis after he negotiated a buyout from Orlando. Davis is expected to make his debut later this week.
2/18/14 - A pair of Los Angeles Clippers made a nice mark on this past weekend’s NBA All Star Game; especially forward Blake Griffin, who equaled temporary teammate Kevin Durant as game high scorer with 38 points, several of those coming on a number of highlight reel dunks. Guard Chris Paul also logged significant minutes for the West, scoring 11 points while dishing out a team high 13 assists. Currently the Clips are in a conference battle for home court advantage in the first round, even with Houston and Portland at six games back of Oklahoma City; however, the Clippers currently hold the #4 slot behind Houston but ahead of Portland, as Pacific Division leaders.
2/5/14 - With the stunning reversal of fortune between the two Los Angeles NBA squads, the Clippers have a new aim in mind: To be considered one of the league’s elite teams. In order to do that, according to coach Doc Rivers, the Clips first have to be an elite defensive team. They were somewhat less than elite on February 3, in dropping a one-point game on the road at Denver. The Clippers currently stand 14th in the league in points allowed, just over 100 per game.
1/31/14 - DeAndre Jordan as an All-Star reserve? If Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers had any say in the matter, it would have happened. According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, Rivers was lobbying hard for fellow Western Division coaches to select the Clips’ center. Unfortunately, Jordan was not selected, though injured point man Chris Paul was, in rosters announced on January 30. CP3 will join teammate Blake Griffin in New Orleans for the All-Star Game on February 16.
1/10/14 – Tonight is the Battle of Los Angeles when the Clippers take on the Lakers, each without their star guards. Chris Paul suffered a separated right shoulder last week, and while it will not require surgery, the 6x NBA All-Star will be out for up to six weeks. Southern California resident Darren Collison will start for CP3, just as he had in New Orleans. J.J. Redick (hand, elbow) is expected to return to the lineup tonight for the first time since Nov. 29. With so many LA Clippers roster changes, can Rivers keep his team on top of the Pacific Division? The price of Clippers tickets have not taken a drastic hit despite Paul being on the bench. In fact, Los Angeles Clippers tickets are down just 3% for home games that CP3 is expected to miss.
3/26/13 - The Clippers are making a statement as the ‘it’ team this year in Los Angeles. Not only have they sealed a playoff berth before the Lakers, they also tally 12 more wins than their rival and sit atop the Pacific Division. Tickets to watch the two LA teams play for the last time this regular season are averaging 5-times that of any other game left on the Clippers schedule at Staples Center. The race to the postseason is tight with the Clippers, Nuggets, and Grizzlies fighting for the 3 seed in the Western Conference. The pressure is on to finish strong down the stretch starting with the next four away games. Both the Clippers and Lakers will be on the road this weekend due to the NCAA Tournament - West Regional.
2/15/13 - For the longest time in terms of pro basketball, Los Angeles has been a Laker town; but these days, call it Lob City, as LA's "other" team, the Clippers have finally emerged from the shadows and claimed a spot in the championship discussion. Leading the Clipper charge is Blake Griffin, who puts the power in "power forward" with his thunderous dunks and strong play around the basket; he's averaging 18.5 points and 8.7 rebound per game in 2013. Getting him the ball is point guard Chris Paul, whose acquisition before the 2011-12 season went a long way to cementing the Clips new-found confidence. Supporting the cast are DeAndre Jordan and Jamal Crawford, along with role players such as Chauncey Billups, Matt Barnes, Grant Hill, and former Laker, Lamar Odom.
As a team, this crew is among the league leaders in both points scored per game and points allowed per game; if there is a dent in the Clippers armor, it's that they're just average in terms of rebounds per game. Coach Vinny Del Negro has been calling most of the right shots, and the seats at Los Angeles's famed Staples Center have slowly but surely been changing from yellow-clad Laker fans to newly-created red-jerseyed Clipper followers, who are finally riding the wave of long-desired success, and dreaming of deep playoff runs for years to come. Clippers tickets at Staples Center average $155, with cheap Los Angeles Clippers tickets under $15 in the 300 level. Blake Griffin's popularity has the Clippers as one of the ten most popular NBA road teams this season. Away from Staples, Clips tickets average $115 — a $40 per ticket savings compared to home games. What's the hottest Clippers ticket in Hollywood? You might see the stars at these upcoming games on the Clippers schedule: Oklahoma City Thunder,
New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, and Los Angeles Lakers.
Los Angeles Clippers 2013-2014 Season
Entering the season, the LA Clippers are favorites to win the Pacific Division. Known as one of the best managers in the league, new head coach Doc Rivers will look to motivate this improved Clippers squad and lead them to what some predicted an NBA Finals appearance. CP3 is the league’s best guard, the Clippers a top-ranked offense; but, can Rivers mirror what he did in Boston and produce a solid defensive squad? The local Los Angeles talent on the Clippers roster is helping to sell ticket as well; UCLA Bruins fans will find three former players on the court competing for the Clippers: Matt Barnes, Darren Collison, and Ryan Hollins, the latter two should contribute defensively learning under the Howland defensive-first system. If the Clippers can prove adept at both ends of the court, they’ll be legitimate contenders in the postseason. Clippers tickets saw a 77% jump in ticket price
since last season. Still $61 cheaper than Lakers tickets inside the same building, but demand continues to rise.
The Clippers’ record-breaking 2012-13 regular season was hampered by their premature playoff exit in the first round against the Grizzlies. Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and company hope to take the next step under former Celtics coach Doc Rivers. The Clippers also added firepower with sharpshooter J.J. Redick, veteran Jared Dudley, and local UCLA product Darren Collison. In hopes of remaining the top team in Los Angeles, the Clippers open their season on 10/29 against the Lakers.