Found June 26, 2012 on
The Los Angeles Clippers definitely had their coming out party last season after laboring in misery for eons as one of the NBA’s worst teams.
The arrival of Chris Paul helped forward Blake Griffin elevate the group to the next level but it was the acquisition of veteran Chauncey Billups that brought stability and comfort to the team.
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The Los Angeles Clippers had a solid frontcourt with Chris Paul and Chauncey Billups. However, Billups would then go down with injury early in the season, ending his year. Who knows, maybe the Clippers could have made a farther run in the playoffs if they had him?
Billups will be a free agent and has his options open. However, CP3 desperately wants him to stay and even traveled...
Chris Paul believes the Clippers would have won the NBA championship if Chauncey Billups hadn't torn his left Achilles.
Oh, on the tail of Melo proclaiming he and the New York Knicks are the next team to win the title, L.A. Clippers flips the book around and proclaim that the Clippers would have won the championship this year. No, I am not fabricating. These are actually words that came from his mouth via the [...]
Randy Foye could start at shooting guard until Iman Shumpert is recovered.
L.A. Clippers Randy Foye is an unrestricted free agent and seems to have the New York Knicks on his shortlist according to this ESPN report: Foye, an unrestricted free agent, is interested in the Knicks and their mid-level exception of $3 million, which came about based on the early Bird rights ruling. “He will have [...]
The Los Angeles Clippers are attempting to acquire Lamar Odom that would send Mo Williams to the Los Angeles Lakers according to this ESPN report. This report details the Clippers are interested in Odom’s services, Lakers have emerged as the third team that likes Mo Williams and would use their trade exception to obtain [...]
Every player that has spent an extended period in the Association, has experienced at least one game during their career, that they would like to bury in the dark recesses of their memory bank. Veteran forward Lamar Odom, is attempting to go through that process, on a grander scale. The player who received the NBA Sixth Man Of The Year Award in 2011, is trying to distance himself...
According to a source close to the Clippers guard, Newark native Randy Foye is interested in the New York Knicks. Foye, who’s consistently excelled in the World’s most famous arena, has the “Garden on his favorites list.” The 6-year veteran is now among free agents, Ray Allen, Lamar Odom and Steve Nash who’ve expressed interest in landing in New York.
Now that the...
Lamar Odom may end up back in LA with his old team. No, not THAT team. The team that drafted him, the Los Angeles Clippers (Clipper Nation stand up.) The Los Angeles Clippers have engaged in trade discussions to bring Lamar Odom back to the L.A. team that drafted him, according to sources close to [...]
The Clippers are interested in acquiring Lamar Odom for Mo Williams, but a third team would be needed to complete a deal.
Waxing nostalgically — not so much poetically — is all Detroit Pistons have been able to do for the past eight years. Fond memories of the 2004 NBA championship team come and go, in and out, but they remain strong: Chauncey Billups, who led the working man’s team; shouts of “Sheeeeed” every time Rasheed Wallace [...]
As the Miami Heat clinched the second NBA Title in franchise history last night, all I could think about was what happened to the NBA? I recall a time not long ago, when Richard Hamilton, Chauncey Billups, Tayshaun Prince, Rasheed Wallace, and Ben Wallace worked hard to bring the NBA title back to Detroit for [...]