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While Vinny Del Negro has made it clear that he has a “great future” with the Clippers, it appears that the difference in opinion between the players, coaches and front office could lead to a coaching change during the offseason. According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, the Clippers are reportedly eyeing former Magic coach, Stan Van Gundy. Vinny Del Negro insisted before a recent loss in Dallas that he has “a great future no matter what.” The signals are nonetheless getting louder and louder that said future won’t be at Staples Center, with Del Negro working on a flimsy one-year extension and L.A. looking nothing like the team — whether that’s due to health woes, locker-room fissures or coaching issues — that won 17 straight games in December. [...] But Del Negro’s well-chronicled desire for the Clips to trade for Boston’s Kevin Garnett in February, coupled with his bosses’ well-chronicled reluctance to part with both Eric Bledsoe and DeAndre Jordan in a KG deal, has spawned the impressio
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The Clippers are one win away from capturing the franchise's first division title, but blake Griffin doesn't want a banner for it in the Staples Center. Find out why.
The Clippers are said to be very interested in Stan Van Gundy
The feel good Los Angeles Clippers have suddenly turned into a soap opera. Just a few days ago the LA Times reported that the Clips dynamic big men, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan were bickering at each other and showing their immaturity. Now, reports are surfacing out of Clipperland that the team is very intrigued with...
Everything is not going smoothly in Lob City lately. When news broke that players were arguing and growing weary of each other, you had to know the finger pointing would eventually turn to head coach Vinny Del Negro for not having the pulse of his team. Now, reports are he could be on the way out after the season and the Clippers are already eyeing his replacement.
Per ESPN’s Marc...
Blake Griffin gave the Clippers a 15-point lead over the Lakers in the fourth quarter Sunday, their largest of the game, with a finger roll dunk. Griffin received the outlet from Chris Paul and changed his mind mid-air from a layup to a dunk as he glided through the air and threw it down:
After awhile, we here at That NBA Lottery Pick have run out of ways to describe the slam dunks by Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin.So, this time around, I'll let you write the story as Blake soars in the fourth quarter for a rather impressive dunk at Staples Center:
Blake Griffin had 24 points and 12 rebounds, and the
playoff-bound Los Angeles Clippers beat the Lakers 109-95 on Sunday
to clinch their first Pacific Division title in franchise history
against a team that has long overshadowed them.
The Clippers are no doubt proud of their 2012-13 season — the team’s first 50-win season — but that doesn’t mean they want to be embarrassed by their rivals, the Lakers.
The Clippers have a six-game lead on the Golden State Warriors in the Pacific Division, and as long as they hold on through the next six games, Los Angeles will win their first division title. The Clippers...
Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro doesn't think the team has an issue with tension between their players.
After capturing their franchise-record 50th victory, the Los Angeles Clippers have an opportunity to reach another milestone.
Fittingly enough, it could come against their Staples Center co-tenants.
The Clippers look to clinch the first division title in their 42-year history and deliver a big blow to the Los Angeles Lakers' playoff hopes Sunday.
The Clippers (50-26) snapped...
Vinny Del Negro is operating on the last year of his contract with the Clippers.