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Injury notes: Danilo Gallinari, Lauri Markkanen, Channing Frye set to return

Danilo Gallinari, identified this week by head coach Doc Rivers as the player the Clippers have missed the most this season, is targeting Tuesday’s game against Milwaukee for his potential return, according to Broderick Turner of The Los Angeles Times, who passes along comments Gallinari made to Italian outlet Sky Sport. The veteran forward indicated that he hopes to get back on...
Via Hoops Rumors
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Clippers Keep Playoff Hopes Alive, Beat Bucks 127-120

Austin Rivers and DeAndre Jordan led the way. Somehow, someway, these Clippers are determined to fight until the bitter end. A loss in Milwaukee on Wednesday would have been that end, extending their losing streak to five games and leaving them three losses out of 8th place with the toughest remaining schedule of the teams in the pack from 4th-10th in the Western Conference. With...
Via Clips Nation
1 day ago

NBA fines Doc Rivers $15K

Doc Rivers isn’t happy with the NBA officiating, and that’s going to cost him $15K. Following Thursday’s loss to the Rockets, Rivers would criticize the officiating.I don’t say much about officiating. I thought our guys drove and got hit all game. Lou (Williams) down the stretch on a play and no call. … DeAndre Jordan gets fouled over the back. … It just doesn’t make basketball sense...
Via The Sports Post
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Doc Rivers rips referees after loss to Rockets

Doc Rivers was critical of the referees after his Los Angeles Clippers lost to the Houston Rockets on Thursday night.The Rockets beat the Clippers 101-96, and one of Rivers’ big gripes had to do with the difference in free throws. Houston attempted 23 free throws, compared to just eight for the Clippers. That’s what he brought up after the game. Rivers also pointed out that the Rockets...
Via Larry Brown Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Rivers: LeBron one of the most important sports figures ever

The Clippers are desperately jockeying for playoff position, and have their work cut out for them against the Cavaliers tonight. Prior to tonight’s game, Clippers’ head coach Doc Rivers had some very high praise for LeBron James. Per Tomer Azarly, here’s what Doc had to say:“Once you get off the floor, I think he’s been one of the most important sports figures, not just basketball...
Via The Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss

L.A. notes: Brandon Ingram strains groin; Clippers sign Sean Kilpatrick

The Lakers will be without former No. 2 overall pick Brandon Ingram for at least the next two or three games, the team confirmed today, announcing in a press release that the second-year forward has been diagnosed with a left groin strain. Ingram, who sat out Saturday’s contest vs. San Antonio, will be re-evaluated in about a week, according to the team.Here are a few more Lakers...
Via Hoops Rumors
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Stan Van Gundy responds to report that he may lose his role as Pistons president

Stan Van Gundy may be going down the route of Doc Rivers and Mike Budenholzer, but he is remaining mum on the rumors for now.Mitch Lawrence of Sporting News reported on Thursday that Van Gundy, who serves as both head coach and team president of the Detroit Pistons, may lose at least the latter role. Lawrence also mentions Pistons executive and longtime agent Arn Tellem, who is said...
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Is a return to NYC in Doc Rivers' future?

Could a return to the Eastern Conference actually be in play for Doc Rivers?According to Marc Berman of the New York Post on Tuesday, a former associate of the LA Clippers head coach believes it is “not far-fetched” that he would have interest in the New York Knicks job if Jeff Hornacek is fired.“Doc enjoyed his time there,” said the former associate of Rivers, who played for the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Clippers expect Avery Bradley to be out ‘a while’

The Los Angeles Clippers will be without guard Avery Bradley for “a while,” according to coach Doc Rivers.Rivers admitted Sunday that the team doesn’t know how long they’ll be without Bradley, saying it could be anywhere between one to three weeks. There has been an air of mystery about Bradley’s injury ever since he was sidelined. He hasn’t played since Feb. 14 owing to a sports...
Via Larry Brown Sports
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Deandre Jordan, Doc Rivers address Blake Griffin’s concussion

Blake Griffin went down with a scary concussion in the first quarter of today’s Clipper game against the Warriors. Doc Rivers addressed the injury during the post-game press conference: Deandre Jordan also spoke post game about the injury.Blake’s a pretty tough guy, he should be okay, but we definitely want him to be precautious and do whatever he needs to do to be ready to play...
Via The Sports Daily
January 06, 2018  |  Discuss

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