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Bill and Jalen toss around the idea of trading Grifin for Love


Bill and Jalen sit around and toss the fake trade that they would like to see but will likely never happen. They both think that Love would fit better with CP3. Jalen prefers Love for his floor spacing and Bill also likes pairing Love with a rim protector in DJ. Starts at the 14:46 mark. Interesting note that Simmons rates Griffin below Love, Aldridge, and Horford.

SAS throws around a Griffin for Melo trade proposal


SAS throws around a Griffin for Melo trade proposal


Would you guys trade DJ to Blazers for Trade Exp. and 10 pick

Neil Olshey has gone on record to say he wants a defensive center to pair with Lamarcus Aldrige. DJ who may have fallen out of favor with the Clippers, would fit better with pick and pop PF...

Grantland Podcast: Ryen Russillo


Ryen Russillo | 6.16.2013 ESPN's Ryen Russillo joins Bill Simmons for an emergency podcast to talk about the Celtics/Clippers trade rumors, Doc Rivers's future, and the 2013 NBA draft.

CP3, Dwight Howard teammates?


By Chris Broussard The preference for both players would be to play together for the Clippers, according to the sources. Because the Clippers don't have enough cap room to sign Howard as a free agent, it would take a sign-and-trade deal with the Lakers to make it happen. The Clippers would be open to working out a deal, but they fear the Lakers would never trade Howard to them, according to the sources. But while trading Howard to a team in their own building seems unthinkable, the Lakers are not likely to get a better trade package elsewhere than say, Blake Griffin and Eric Bledsoe. Sources say there was a faction of the Clippers organization that entertained the idea of trading Griffin for Howard when Howard wanted out of Orlando in 2012. But others within the franchise regarded Griffin as "untouchable" and there were never any serious discussions with Orlando. Multiple sources insist Griffin remains untouchable. But realistically he would have to be included in any deal that brought Howard to the Clippers

DeAndre Jordan's 2012-13 Improvements Fell Under the Radar


6/4/13 | Eric Patten Obviously, Jordan stretching his shot-making ability would help. But openings for Jordan inside will only increase as running mate Blake Griffin’s perimeter effectiveness continues to improve. It is the consistency for Jordan that is likely as important as anything. It is easy to forget that Jordan, while the longest tenured Clipper, is only 25. He’s been a full-time starter for two-and-a-half seasons and played just 35 games in his only season at Texas A&M. His multi-year contract extension following the lockout certainly upped the level of expectation for the effervescent 6-foot-11 center, but in reality he is still growing and learning as a player.

Report: Masai Ujiri's top priority is trading Bargnani


By Matt Moore | NBA writer June 1, 2013 Thats going to be difficult for Ujiri to move, even as savvy of a trade artist as he is. The big problem honestly may be that NBA front offices have been getting progressively smarter. More inventive, savvy managers with an understanding of the CBA have been hired, making it more and more difficult to move bad deals. But if Ujiri's willing to take an absolute bath on the deal, which he may, since Colangelo always treated Bargnani as his pet player and wanted good return, Ujiri may be able to offload him. It's not about getting good return at this point for Toronto. It's about just moving him off the books and having the franchise move forward.

Gregg Popovich builds young players


By Henry Abbott Popovich gets the same unproven players every team gets -- in fact, he gets worse ones. The Spurs haven't had a lottery pick since Tim Duncan in 1997. Nevertheless, he plays young players relentlessly and aggressively all season long. He plays young unproven players when his team is ahead. He plays them when his team is behind. He plays them when his team is in first place and when they're in last. He plays them in all four quarters and in overtime. And, most importantly, he does it season after season.

The Brian Shaw Story


Might as well get to known a little more of the next "possible" future LAC head coach...

Clippers Podcast: 5/30


Kevin & Jordan recap the Vinnie Del Negro Era for the Clippers as the search begins for their next head coach. The guys breakdown who the choices are and which one would be the best fit for Lob City

SAS comes on 97.5 the Fanatic and talks a little about Blake Griffin's reputation around the league


According to SAS sources, there are players in the NBA who believe that while Blake Griffin is a highlight reel, he's soft as Cottonelle tissue. If you get physical with Blake, he turns demure. During Game 6 with Memphis, Zbo grabbed his crotch and called Blake and DJ a couple of bitches. There are guys in the league that have no respect for Blake, and consider him a flat out wuss...

Vivek's Offseason To-Do List: Tyreke Evans


Nice article on Tyreke Evans who i want the Clippers to sign and trade Eric Bledsoe and Caron Butler's expiring contract for...

Did Mavs switch its target from Dwight to CP3?


By Kirk Henderson From a basketball point of view only, Howard's options in order of preference should be Houston, Los Angeles, then Dallas. Including money, it's probably Los Angeles, Houston, and then Dallas. Unless Dwight values an aging Dirk over a young Harden, I don't see how or why Howard would choose the Mavericks. This is not to say it won't happen. Dwight is not really an astute judge of anything, so I certainly think it's in the realm of possibilities. The Dallas front office knows all this though, which is partially why Chris Paul is the number one option.

Evan Dunlap of Orlando Pinstriped Post: What SVG brings as a coach


What I don't think he gets enough credit for his is player development and his defense. Van Gundy built elite defenses in Orlando around Dwight Howard and a bunch of weak-to-average individual defenders like Jameer Nelson, Rashard Lewis, and Hedo Türkoğlu.

Don’t fear the unknown-International Draft Prospects


by Jason Quint Scouts are high on a number of international prospects and predict between 15 and 25 will be selected. Where they’ll go is up in the air since they haven’t had their individual workouts, but I’ve provided my best guesses below.

ESPN--Plugging holes for contenders


By Bradford Doolittle | ESPN Insider Corey Maggette: Hasn't played since Dec. 15 and has spoken of retiring after the season. Maggette can still help a team that needs a slasher off the bench. Vladimir Radmanovic: The Bulls likely need to keep V-Rad just to maintain the roster minimum, but it's clear that Tom Thibodeau has no use for a guy who's logged just 55 minutes this season. Luke Walton: If Walton can shoot the ball more like he did last year, his floor game might interest a playoff team Hakim Warrick: Expected to be waived by Orlando; Warrick's ability to score in the paint may be his only skill, but it's one that most teams can use. Free agents In addition to the possible buyout candidates, let's not forget about other teamless veterans like Kenyon Martin, who signed a 10-day contract with the Knicks on Thursday. Delonte West, Donte Greene, Louis Amundson, Troy Murphy, Derek Fisher and Ronnie Price all fall into this category. Los Angeles Clippers | Weakness: Defensive rebounding Like San Antonio, the Clippers rank in the top five on both ends of the court and have a very full depth chart as it is. Los Angeles ranks just 20th in defensive rebounding, but that might fix itself in the playoffs when DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin play more minutes. However, Singleton makes sense for the Clippers, as does O'Neal. Offseason Report: Los Angeles Clippers


NBA Offseason Report: Los Angeles Clippers By Ben Golliver | Blogger

Silver Screen and Roll article on Matt Barnes..


Sounds as if Barnes played decently with the Lakers crappy point guards, than he should play vastily better with the Clippers elite point guards...

LA Times-Chauncey Billups is looking like a rebounder


Helene Elliott The veteran is on the court and says he's 'far ahead of schedule' in returning from Achilles' tendon injury — great news for a team that had a busy off-season.

2013 NBA Free Agents: Chris Paul Welcomes You To The Top 10


By Tom Ziller - NBA Editor We have reached the apex of our speculative ranking of the top 50 NBA free agents of 2013. Chris Paul has pulled up a chair. He is waiting.

Clippers looking at Marqus Blakely


August 29 at 10:41am CST By Chuck Myron The Clippers brought in 6'5" forward Marqus Blakely for a workout last week and are considering signing him, a source told Emiliano Carchia of Sportando. Blakely was in camp with the Clippers in 2010 and the Rockets last year, but has yet to make his official NBA debut. He split time last season between a pair of D-League teams as well as a club in the Philippines. The undrafted University of Vermont product averaged 15.1 points, 6.4 rebounds and put up a PER of 19.3 over a combined 35 games with the D-League's Iowa Energy and Sioux Falls Skyforce last season. With B-Meg Llamados in the Philippines, he averaged 24.7 PPG and 13.2 RPG in 13 games. If he signs with the Clippers, it would likely be a non-guaranteed, minimum-salary deal, but he would figure to stand a decent chance at making the roster, since the team only has 13 fully guaranteed contracts for 2012/13.

Reason Dwight Howard is a Laker: Hennigan is a complete idiot.


What really happened: why the Houston Rockets did not land Dwight Howard By rahat huq | August 10, 2012

Laker Blogger Admits that original CP3 trade was bad for Hornets


But the biggest problem here? This team won't be that bad. Last winter, when David Stern vetoed the Chris Paul to the Lakers deal, he did so because he didn't think it was the right basketball decision to take on veterans like Luis Scola, Lamar Odom, Kevin Martin and Goran Dragic, not only because it would prohibit their spending in the future, but also because those guys would be just good enough to be mediocre. Stern knew that New Orleans would need to get back young players, draft picks and expiring contracts, but no one good enough to prevent them from bottoming out and "winning" themselves out of the high draft lottery. Now looking towards the future, New Orleans has Anthony Davis, Eric Gordon and Austin Rivers holding down the bayou for the next ten years. One of the worst parts of the haul that the Magic got is that in criticizing Orlando, no one can really come down on David Stern anymore for vetoing the Chris Paul deal as de facto "owner" of the Hornets. He was wrong to give Dell Demps authority in the first place, but certainly not wrong to veto the deal. I feel dirty writing that.

Dwight Howard - PnR


Pair him with CP3, and it could be so nasty......

ClipperBlog Live: Mock Season Tix Draft


ClipperBlog Live: Mock Season Tix Draft Posted by Andrew Han on August 4, 2012 at 12:03 pm If you want to follow along, here’s the official season schedule for the Clippers.

Orlando Magic gripped in paralysis


by Philip Rossman-Reich It should become clear then that Orlando's real problem is not getting rid of Dwight Howard. That is more of a means to an end. The real problem is ridding the franchise of poor deals for Jason Richardson, Chris Duhon, Hedo Turkoglu (whose deal is not as bad anymore) and Quentin Richardson. Between those four players, Orlando paid $22.4 million for 7.5 wins produced. So between those four players, the Magic paid $3 million per win produced. It becomes particularly egriegous when you look at them individually -- Jason Richardson, $1.9 million per win produced; Chris Duhon, $2.7 million.

Clippers Podcast: 7/26


Kevin Arnovitz & Jordan Heimer go over a busy off season for the Clippers and look ahead to the upcoming 2012 - 2013 season.

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