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Beyond The Buzzer:
The Los Angeles Clippers announced Thursday that Trey Thompkins has been waived. The second-year forward did not appear in any games for the Clippers this season due to a knee bone bruise.
According to the Los Angeles Clippers:
The Los Angeles Clippers today waived forward Trey Thompkins.
“We want to thank Trey for his contribution to the Clippers,” Clippers head coach Vinny Del Negro said. “Unfortunately, he was never able to truly showcase his talents this season due to injuries. We wish him all the best and believe he has a bright future.”
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Forward Trey Thompkins was a fixture on the Clippers bench this season, but that was pretty much his problem. He never got off the bench.
The Clippers released Thompkins on Thursday, reducing their roster to 14 players.
Thompkins, a 6-foot-10 forward, was the teams second-round draft pick out of Georgia in 2011, but he didnt play in any games this season because of a bone bruise...
The Los Angeles Clippers, who waived Trey Thompkins Thursday, announced Friday that they have signed fourth-year forward, DaJuan Summers, to a 10-day contract.
According to ESPN:
The Los Angeles Clippers signed forward DaJuan Summers to a 10-day contract, the team announced Friday.
Summers averaged 18.0 points and 7.6 rebounds in 33.1 minutes of action for the Maine Red Claws of...
On Sunday, Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan delivered a ferocious slam dunk that victimized and posterized Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Knight on a brilliantly executed alley-oop play. The interwebs nearly suffered a full-scale meltdown as a result of Jordan’s vicious throwdown, and now Under Armour is attempting to capitalize on the hysteria via making a clever t-shirt...
The Clippers have waived Trey Thompkins.
Maybe all of this means nothing.
Its possible the Clippers are simply in a mini-slump, that theyll correct their flaws in time for the playoffs and that the losses theyre suffering against the NBAs elite teams will be gone and forgotten once the regular season ends.
Theres time to fix things. They can get more aggressive on defense, do a better job preventing three-point shots...
Here is Los Angeles Clippers Forward Blake Griffin at a party with a flying Oompa Loompa. This is something you don’t see everyday.
Picture and story via reddit.com
PLAYA VISTA, Calif. The Clippers are looking for something theyve lost, but finding it wont be easy.
The energy and intensity they showed on defense early in the season isnt as apparent anymore, and regaining it will be important down the stretch. Their first chance will come Sunday afternoon against the New York Knicks at Staples Center.
I think its intensity, Blake Griffin said...
Under Armour is going to set Clippers high-flier DeAndre Jordan up with some ballin' new kicks for St. Patrick's Day.
Very nicely done, UA
More on marketing this week. This time, kudos go to @underarmour. If you’re in this communications biz, you’re probably already sick of the rhetoric. But it’s true. Responsiveness and speed is crucial if you want to use social media to capitalize on stuff going on in the world to the benefit of your brand. See: Oreo Super Bowl (good). See: Poland Spring...
Let’s all keep piling on Brandon Knight while we can. I mean, all he was trying to do was what the Pistons big men should have been doing. The lateset reminder of the Los Angeles Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan death dunk on Knight is a shirt that is being sold on Under Armour’s website. It is a cartoon image of Jordan’s face after he put Knight on the floor: For reference, he makes...
The honors keep on coming in for the legendary Bernard Hopkins. First, he breaks his own record as the oldest boxing champion of all-time by handily defeating Tavoris Cloud via Unanimous Decision. It was a win which helped him score revenge on an old rival, Don King, and further establish his legacy as one of the best old fighters in boxing's history.
Now, there's even more...
No, I said your dunk face.If this is your first time on the Internet this week, let me catch you up to speed: DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers dunked so heinously over Pistons guard Brandon Knight that our lives were changed, Brandon Knight died and now we’re all living in an alternate universe. I don’t know how it happened. It was so ferocious that the Internet put...