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Hey, Clippers… WAKE UP!

Reading Time: 2 minutesI have never had faith in the LA Clippers. Not one bit. Ever since this team was assembled, they have been nothing but disappointments. They had all this hype surrounding them, and have not delivered. They were supposed to be the best team in LA, and even beat the Lakers to go to the Finals. Well, the Lakers were waiting for them last year in the conference finals, but the Clips could not get it done. The Lakers went on to win the championship. Kawhi Leonard was in his New Balance commercials, talking about ‘a new...

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Why Extending Paul George Was a Good Decision

Reading Time: 2 minutesPaul George‘s 4 year/$190M extension came as a shock to almost everyone, myself included, especially since that infamous clip of George hitting the side of the backboard continues to circulate social media. But as I thought of the benefits that this deal brings to the Los Angeles Clippers, the biggest bonus that the Clippers gave themselves was a very valuable asset. Despite all the justified criticism “Playoff P” has received because of his drastic performance during the 2020 NBA Playoffs, George is still a great basketball player. After having shoulder surgery before the 2019-20 season, George...

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Clippers Woes Cost Them, Big Time: Ring or Bust

Reading Time: 2 minutesSo much for the Battle of LA… I always knew that the Clippers were overrated, and not because of their talent. This team simply did not have enough chemistry, playmakers, and rim protection to go far in the playoffs. It is almost like you could see it coming, but you would rather bet on their talent to get them far, right? WRONG!  You could even see it in the first round against the Dallas Mavericks. No Porzingis, and Luka took them six games. Then this round, they were up 3-1 against the Nuggets, and then completely...

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The Key to the Mavericks Beating the Clippers

Reading Time: 2 minutesThere are lots of variables that impact a playoff series: from injuries to ejections to poor shooting (“Playoff” P). All three of those factors will play a part in the Dallas Mavericks-Los Angeles Clippers’ first round series. However, I have concluded that the Mavericks style of play will determine who comes out of Round one. In the regular season, the Mavs and Clippers played three times, and the Clippers won each game. In those three games, the Mavs took an average of 43 three pointers per game, and 28.7 catch & shoot threes per game. They...

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