The Clippers have their eyes on Michael Porter Jr. and are hoping to use their picks at No. 12 and …
by: Joe Wolfond — The Score 13m
The Los Angeles Clippers are armed with two lottery picks in the upcoming draft, but they may be looking to move up from their pedestrian slots at Nos. 12 and 13 to give themselves a better chance at drafting a blue-chipper. The Clippers, who have their..
by: Ryan Snellings — Fansided: Clipperholics 22m
The Los Angeles Clippers may use their two picks in the 2018 NBA Draft to trade up for Michael Porter Jr. Here's a new trade rumor for your Los Angeles Cli...
by: Robert Flom — SB Nation: Clips Nation 2h
Here are some brief thoughts on how to use the measurements made at the NBA Draft Combine, as well as on what’s going on with all the blowouts in the Conference Finals.
by: Frank Urbina — USA Today: Hoops Hype 2h
We examine Los Angeles Lakers guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s likeliest landing spots in free agency.
by: Broderick Turner — Los Angeles Times 19 May
When the Clippers to try to make sense of all the information they have gathered before they use their 12th and 13th picks in the June 21st NBA draft, they wanted to use their time wisely with the 20 prospects to whom they spoke.
by: Mark Heisler — Orange Country Register 19 May
Golden State, which has won two of the past three NBA titles and might have won all three if not for a Draymond Green suspension in 2016, hasn’t always looked itself this season. Have fatigue…
by: Ryan Snellings — Fansided: Clipperholics 18 May
LeBron James and Tyronn Lue both reportedly wanted the Los Angeles Clippers' DeAndre Jordan badly, but the deal couldn't get done. With the Cleveland Caval...
by: Garrett Chorpenning — Fansided: Fully Clips 18 May
In today's episode, I run through my list of potential replacements for Mike Woodson, touch on the week's top stories, and discuss Day 1 of the Combine. Mi...
by: Alonzo Warond — Fadeaway World 18 May
The lottery is behind our backs and with 13 teams entitled of 14 Draft picks, Mock Draft continues to shape up and
by: Broderick Turner — Los Angeles Times 18 May
Near the end of a long day at the NBA combine, it was clear Clippers owner Steve Ballmer was excited about the prospects of his club perhaps getting Michigan State forward Miles Bridges, Kentucky point guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander or Alabama point guard.