Rooting for the underdog is hard, and Novak Djokovic taught me what success at the end of the tunnel feels like.
by: Ryan Snellings — Fansided: Clipperholics 6h
The Los Angeles Clippers are seemingly trying to compete this season despite a stacked conference and the possibility of losing a draft pick. The Los Angel...
by: Luke Adams — Hoops Rumors 7h
J.J. Redick's new deal with the Sixers gives him plenty of protection in the unlikely event that Philadelphia wants to …
by: Dan Feldman — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 9h
Suns say they’re looking into 2017 incident
by: NBC Sports — Yahoo Sports 10h
Clippers extremely deep at guard
by: Tariq Saleh Senior Writer — Give Me Sport 12h
The head coach used to hold a dual role within the franchise but has lost his front office duties
by: Bruno Manrique — Clutchpoints 12h
The L.A. Clippers are largely expected to keep Serbian point guard Milos Teodosic despite a loaded backcourt, according to Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times. Teodosic exercised a $6.3-million player option last month and was rumored to be on the..
by: Dan Woike — Los Angeles Times 14h
The Clippers, having shed their Lob City days, spent their summer putting together a roster that could challenge for a playoff spot. Which confuses some people, because acquiring more draft picks by moving players might be best.
by: Virgil Villanueva — Clutchpoints 24h
The loss of DeAndre Jordan finally signified that the L.A. Clippers are heading to rebuild mode. Head coach Doc Rivers shared his comments on the matter, saying this stage is relatively easy for the team since they haven’t really won anything. Rivers,...
by: Ryan Nagelhout — Uproxx: Dime Magazine 16 Jul
Rivers was interviewed by the Boston Herald and said the Clippers will follow a similar path that the Celtics did in rebuilding.
by: the knot — Yahoo Sports 15 Jul
Say hello to the royal couple of sports. Los Angeles Clippers player and ESPN sideline reporter Olivia Harlan are married, The Knot can exclusively confirm. The bride and groom exchanged vows after a 14-month engagement...
Clippers coach Doc Rivers says role remains same despite losing title of team president - CBSSports.com
by: Jack Maloney — CBS Sports 15 Jul
Rivers lost his title as team president but says "I'm still involved in every decision, so it really hasn't changed much."