The LA Clippers struggled in their first meeting of the season with the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday night, giving up a season-high 72 points in the paint and allowing their opponent to shoot 58% from beyond the arc in a 122-94 defeat. It was a disappointing effort, and one that the Clippers made sure didn't linger too long.
The LA Clippers wrapped up a two-game series with the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night, riding Kawhi Leonard's hot hand to a 20-point victory. But as soon as the game ended, Leonard's co-star, Paul George, immediately turned his attention to Sunday's early-afternoon meeting with the Milwaukee Bucks.
The LA Clippers didn’t get much rest after getting clobbered by the Memphis Grizzlies last night. They’re right back at it against the same team tonight, and they have to be looking for a different result.
This 2020-2021 NBA season has been much more manageable for the LA Clippers than the previous season due to the impact of COVID-19. While this season has been mostly stable, there are still serious adjustments that had to be made.
They lose by nearly 30 points It was a forgetful night from the Clippers on Thursday night, as they got blown out by the Grizzlies 122-94. This was only the fourth time all season the Clippers have failed to reach 100 points, and their second fewest points they’ve scored all season.
According to a report from Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Clippers could become a potential trade destination for Kyle Lowry. Lowry to the Clippers has been an on-going rumor throughout the entire season, and sort of a pipe dream for Clippers fans.
The LA Clippers are almost through the first half of the season, and we should feel pretty good about their performance so far. They sit at 23-10, second in the Western Conference and half a game above the Los Angeles Lakers.
The first half of the LA Clippers' 2020-21 season has nearly come to an end. The team will play just five more games before heading into the All-Star break, which is set to begin March 5 and extend through March 9.
The Clippers have been using creative motivation tactics on the young center, and they appear to be paying off. After Ivica Zubac threw down a hammer dunk on Dāvis Bertāns Tuesday, he didn’t say anything to the Washington Wizards forward.
The Los Angeles Clippers look much better now under Tyronn Lue to what they did under Doc Rivers. They added some interesting pieces in Serge Ibaka and Nicolas Batum and are currently on top of the Los Angeles Lakers with a 22-10 record and the 2nd seed in the Western Conference.