• Clippers Hang On Against the Blazers, 121-120

    In a game with its share of groans, the Clippers break the law and get a hard fought victory.

    Man, this game.

    This game was absolutely loaded. It was mostly an offensive display from both teams aside from a nice defensive effort from Portland during a chunk of the second quarter, but it was quite a show to watch.

  • Clippers Lei Down the Grizzlies, 115-106

    The Grizzlies tried to muck it up on Hawaii night, but the Clippers beat Memphis at its own game.

    No Chris Paul, no problem. Austin Rivers stepped into the star’s void and through the Memphis Grizzlies’ defense for a season-high 28 points as the Clippers toppled their rivals, 115-106.

  • Clippers Look to Cool Off Streaky Heat

    In the second game of their East Coast road trip, the Clippers match up with a Miami team that has won two in a row.

    The Big Picture

    After a disappointing stretch of 2-5 ball, the Clippers have reeled off three straight wins to right the ship and keep pace in an increasingly top-heavy Western Conference. Those wins may not have come against the most grueling competition (Pelicans, Blazers, and Magic), but an ability to beat the teams that you’re supposed to is one of those key characteristics of a contender, and the Clippers have been doing it well, winning 11 of 12 against teams under .500.

  • Clippers rally from 19 points down to defeat the Bulls

    So much energy had been exerted by the Clippers on Friday night in Sacramento that they were forced to summon whatever they had in reserve for a back-to-back game Saturday night.

    It was going to require a supreme effort by the Clippers after they got down by 19 points in the second quarter, and it was an effort they put forth to pull out a 102-95 win over the Chicago Bulls at Staples Center.

    Marreese Speights was the main reserve who triggered the Clippers’ returned effort with 11 of his season-high 16 points in the fourth quarter.

  • Clippers Streak Past Thunder, 120-98

    The L.A. Clippers stretched their win streak to 7 following a rout of the Oklahoma City Thunder

    Entering tonight’s matchup, the second between the L.A. Clippers and the Oklahoma City Thunder at Staples Center this season, most were prepared for a typical Western Conference showdown. When these two teams last met back in November, the Clippers were handed their first home loss of the season in a close, grueling game that ended 83-85. Despite the Clippers entering the game without leading scorer Blake Griffin, and the Thunder without defensive anchor Steven Adams, who suffered a concussion during last night’s matchup against the Sacramento Kings, there was still so much to look forward to.

  • Clippers Thump the Griz, 114-98

    The Clippers get solid performances across the floor, recapturing that early season form that has eluded them for a long time.

    The Los Angeles Clippers came into Memphis sputtering and leave on a very encouraging note, dominating the Grizzlies from the start and finishing with a convincing 114-98 win.

  • Clippers Tie Series at 3-3 After Insane Finish

    The Clippers outplayed the Jazz for 45 minutes, but almost blew it in the final minutes. They held on for the victory, and the series now returns to LA

    A mostly boring game ended with WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON????!!!! The Clippers were up by double digits late, but two consecutive awful Chris Paul turnovers put the Jazz right back in it. It was the ultimate Clipper moment: they made poor decision after poor decision on both ends, and it all culminated with Joe Johnson shooting to tie the game with 5 seconds left.

  • Clippers Trot Past Mavericks, 112-101

    The Clippers notched win number 48 and climbed back to within a half-game of fourth-seeded Utah.

    The postseason begins in 10 days, and even with the fourth seed still in contention, the Clippers weren’t likely to show us a playoff-ready A-game. And they didn’t, at least, not defensively, but with the scoring rhythm they’re rolling with right now, it takes an opponent with more talent (and rest) than the lottery-bound Dallas Mavericks to capitalize.

  • Clippers will acquire Danilo Gallinari in three-team trade for 3-years, $65 million

    Denver will send one of its best players to the Clippers, but will get Paul Millsap in sign and trade deal.

    The Denver Nuggets have agreed a three-team deal including a sign-and-trade that sends forward Danilo Gallinari to the Los Angeles Clippers, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The deal would be a rare double sign-and-trade that also sends Paul Millsap to the Nuggets and Jamal Crawford to the Atlanta Hawks.

  • Clippers-Nuggets: Knocked Down

    Every Clipper will have to step up during Blake Griffin’s absence.

    The Big Picture:

    So, with the “if they stay healthy” tag now lying in the gutter with other discarded preseason qualifiers like “if DeMarcus Cousins stops being a child”, the Clippers again focus their attention on excelling without Blake Griffin.

  • Clutch play by James Harden lifts Rockets over Nuggets

    James Harden goes full MVBeard in the game’s closing moments.

    James Harden scored 39 points, including a coast-to-coast layup with just 2 seconds left on the clock, to send the Rockets to a 125-124 victory over the Denver Nuggets.

  • Cone believes Ginebra is improving

    BARANGAY Ginebra has won a championship and runner-up honors in the last two conferences.

    Gin Kings’ coach Tim Cone believes that his squad can go further as they look forward to the 2017 Philippine Basketball Association Commissioner’s Cup.

  • Congrats to Kevin Durant, 2017 NBA Finals MVP!!

    Congrats Kevin!

    Kevin Durant has not only finally won his first NBA championship, but has also now won his first NBA Finals MVP!

  • Cousins traded to Pelicans

    The Sacramento Kings  agreed to trade DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans, just two weeks after publicly proclaiming that the All-Star center was off the market. 

    Pelicans get: Center DeMarcus Cousins and forward Omri Casspi Kings get: Guard Buddy Hield, ‎guard Tyreke Evans, guard Langston Galloway, New Orleans' 2017 first-round pick and 2017 second-round pick (via the Sixers).

  • Croatia vs. Serbia 2016 final score: Serbia advances to Olympic semifinals with 86-83 win

    Serbia is heading to the semifinals of the 2016 Olympic men's basketball tournament after topping Croatia, 86-83, in the quarterfinals Wednesday night. The team will face Australia for a chance to reach the gold medal game.

  • Crunching numbers in the Kings’ home win over the Toronto Raptors

    Toronto Raptors forward Terrence Ross hits a 3-point shot at the buzzer against the Sacramento Kings that was later waved off by the officials Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016, at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif. The shot would have sent the game into overtime. The Kings won 102-99.

  • Cult of Kevin Durant: Why Bay Area is elated, Oklahoma City devastated

    OAKLAND -- P.J. Carlesimo, who coached Kevin Durant's rookie season in the NBA, used to have an office high above the practice court. One of the cool features was an expansive window that allowed him to oversee the action.

    But on otherwise desolate nights, when the court lights flickered on to the thump-thump-thump of a basketball, the panorama was hardly necessary.

  • Curry Paces Warriors to Victory Over Lakers in San Diego

    Golden State Wins Fifth-Straight Game

    Golden State won its fifth consecutive preseason game, earning a 123-112 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in San Diego on Wednesday night.

  • D.J. Stephens signs with Grizzlies for 2 years

    Some good news for a son of Memphis.

    #GTG has now officially transitioned to #GNG. Shams Charania with Yahoo's The Vertical is reporting that the Grizzlies have signed former Memphis Tiger and Memphis fan favorite D.J. Stephens to a 2-year partially guaranteed contract.

  • D'Angelo Russell looked a little sad watching the Lakers Summer League game

    The NBA is a business, they say

    Las Vegas Summer League kicked off on Friday night and the game between the Lakers and Clippers was the headliner. The building was packed to see how No. 2 pick in the NBA Draft, Lonzo Ball, would mesh with his new team. That included D’Angelo Russell, the guy the Lakers traded away so they could rebuild with Ball instead.