‘My depression was bad — really bad. I never want to feel that way again’
by: Kenneth Hawkes — Fansided: Clipperholics 51m
Like many players, the Los Angeles Clippers' Lou Williams is playing in summer leagues. Check out him breaking someone's ankles during one of the games. Th...
by: NBC Sports — Yahoo Sports 4h
He also says the Clippers will make the playoffs.
by: Virgil Villanueva — Clutchpoints 11h
L.A. Clippers guard Lou Williams is already breaking ankles, and we’re still a bit far off from the regular season. In a clip posted by Overtime, Williams is seen pulling off a nasty crossover on an unlucky defender who felt he could stay in front of two-
by: Darryn Albert — Larry Brown Sports 19 Aug
The shortcomings of the Lob City era may forever hang over the LA Clippers franchise, and one player who had a front row seat to the action has his own theory as to what went wrong for them. Speaking with Clips Nation's Farbod Esnaashari this week,...
by: Jason Reed — Fansided: LA Sports Hub 18 Aug
The Los Angeles Clippers have always been the second-most popular team in Los Angeles which has opened the door to potentially move to a new city. First an...
by: Brandon Osborne — Fansided: Sir Charles In Charge 18 Aug
Looking back at what the Washington Wizards did right and wrong during the 2018 NBA offseason, including free agency and the draft The Washington Wizards e...
by: https://www.givemesport.com/tariq-saleh — Give Me Sport 18 Aug
The veteran guard is never afraid to speak his mind and he's made another bold comment
by: Basketball Insiders — Basketball Insiders 18 Aug
“I love L.A. I also love my wife, by the way, but I love L.A. and I don’t want there to be any mistake about it. We want to be part of the fabric of this community,” said [Steve] Ballmer, who stepped down as Microsoft’s CEO early in 2014, shortly before..
by: Rexwell Villas — Clutchpoints 18 Aug
The L.A. Clippers have had an extensive roster overhaul over the past year. Gone are stars Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, J.J. Redick, and DeAndre Jordan, the core that led the Clippers to consecutive playoff runs in recent team history. The exodus of these..
by: Kurt Helin — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 18 Aug
Chris Brickley’s summer run in NYC is STACKED.
by: Danny Small — Clutchpoints 17 Aug
Despite rumors that the L.A. Clippers might relocate to Seattle, team owner Steve Ballmer is adamant that the team will stay in Los Angeles. Ballmer dispelled any rumors by pledging to move the team to Inglewood. Ballmer told Tomer Azarly of ClutchPoints: