Lob City, it's not named after J.J. Redick.Redick spends most of his time with the Clippers making threes and watching teammates like Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan throw down alley-oops. Maybe he's gotten sick of just being the spectator.Here's the latest video from Redick's Instagram account:A dunk! And not just a slam, but an alley-oop! And not just an alley-oop, but a self...
Kyle Lowry had perhaps his best professional season last year, making the All-Star team for the first time while averaging 17.8 points and 6.8 assists per contest.Because of all of that, it would be silly to criticize Lowry's physique. But he hasn't exactly been known as one of the more ripped players in the league, though the way he's been working out this summer may begin to change...
The Los Angeles Clippers failed to re-sign DeAndre Jordan this offseason, and J.J. Redick is extremely unhappy about it. During an appearance on SiriusXM’s Bleacher Report Radio Tuesday, Redick was asked to give his team an offseason grade based on moves they have made — or not made — thus far. He didn’t hold back....Read More
The 2005-06 men’s college basketball season was basically the Adam Morrison and J.J. Redick show. The Gonzaga and Duke stars battled for the scoring title – Morrison won, averaging 28.1 points a game – and were named co-national players of the year. It was a friendly rivalry – their teams didn’t meet that season – and the competition between the two players basically...
J.J. Redick was ejected during the final two minutes of the Los Angeles’ Clippers win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night. With the way Redick makes it sound, T-Wolves coach Flip Saunders should have been the one who was given the boot. Redick told reporters after the game that he got into it with...Read More
After blowing a late fourth quarter lead to the Brooklyn Nets and being utterly demolished by the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday, The Los Angeles Clippers all of a sudden find themselves in the midst of what is shaping up to be a disastrous eight game road trip. With their remaining three games all against contenders (Raptors, Thunder, Mavericks) the Clips could find themselves...
Here is a guide to a perfect March Madness bracket from one of the sport's most-hated players: JJ Redick.
Clippers starting guard J.J. Redick will be out indefinitely with a bulging disk in his lower back. Clippers Coach Doc Rivers made the announcement Tuesday night before the Clippers played the San Antonio Spurs at Staples Center. Rivers said Redick's injury has to "calm down" before the 6-foot-4 veteran can get his movement back. "That could be three days, two weeks, three weeks...
Delivered to your inbox
THE CLIPPERS HOT 10
Follow us on Twitter