Tag: Los Angeles Clippers

Report: Montrezl Harrell Is Expected To Clear Quarantine In Time To Play In The Clippers Playoff Opener

The Los Angeles Clippers went through the NBA’s seeding games without the services of Montrezl Harrell. The favorite to win the league’s Sixth Man of the Year award this season had to leave the Orlando Bubble as he mourned the passing of his grandmother, and upon arriving at Disney earlier this week, Harrell had to […]

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Here’s The Complete Schedule For The First Round Of The 2020 NBA Playoffs

Though the NBA has another full day of seeding games on Friday, the match-ups for the 2020 playoffs are all but set. In fact, only the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference is up for grabs, with the league’s first-ever play-in tournament set to begin on Saturday. However, the league had the luxury of […]

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Damian Lillard Battled Patrick Beverley And Paul George On The Court And In An Instagram Comment Section

The Los Angeles Clippers took down the Portland Trail Blazers, 122-117, in a game that had major implications in the race for the 8 and 9 seeds in the Western Conference on Saturday afternoon. It was a scintillating game, one in which the Clippers were shorthanded and rested Paul George down the stretch but still […]

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Doc Rivers On Trump Not Watching The NBA: ‘Justice Is On Our Side’

Wearing a hat embroidered with the simple phrase “VOTE” during his daily media availability on Wednesday in the NBA’s Orlando Bubble, Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers responded to President Donald Trump’s continued animosity toward the NBA by saying “justice is on our side.” “We know that justice is on our side. This hat […]

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Devin Booker Reminds NBA Twitter He Isn’t Human After Buzzer-Beater Breaks the Internet

Screenshot: @NBAonTNT The best thing about the NBA restart is that outside of the Washington Wizards—and whatever towering pile of chimpanzee shit that the Brooklyn Nets trot out—every team is legit. So every single game has the very real potential to keep us on the edge of our seats and become headline news. Advertisement That’s […]

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Devin Booker’s Spinning Fadeaway Over Kawhi And PG Beat The Clippers At The Buzzer

The NBA bubble has produced some thrilling games in its first week, with a number being decided in the final minute or even overtime, as the quality of play has been nothing short of exceptional. On Tuesday, we were treated to another spectacular game between the L.A. Clippers and the red-hot Phoenix Suns, who entered […]

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Doc Rivers Draws Parallels Between NBA Players Taking a Knee During the National Anthem, the Death of George Floyd

Photo: Mike Ehrmann (Getty Images) Following a 103-101 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night, Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers drew parallels between his team deciding to take a knee during the national anthem and the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police. Advertisement “How long do you think […]

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LeBron Had The Game-Winning Bucket And Defensive Stop As The Lakers Beat The Clippers

The first night of the NBA’s restart delivered two exciting, albeit sometimes sloppy, games as the Jazz came back from 16 down to beat New Orleans on a late bucket and the Lakers managed to edge their chief rivals in the Clippers in a 103-101 win in the nightcap after both teams traded leads in […]

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Jazz vs. Pelicans: Live Score and Updates from the N.B.A.’s Restart

The N.B.A. is finally back in action, with games featuring some of the stars fans have missed the most: LeBron James and Anthony Davis of the Los Angeles Lakers; Kawhi Leonard and Paul George of the Los Angeles Clippers; and Zion Williamson of the New Orleans Pelicans. More than four months after the season was […]

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8 Factors in the N.B.A.’s Return That May Upend Expectations

Want more basketball in your inbox? Sign up for Marc Stein’s weekly N.B.A. newsletter here. LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The N.B.A. was rooting hard for Major League Baseball. Any league that hopes to return to something resembling standard operations next season was pulling for baseball to flourish in its attempt to stage a 60-game […]

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The N.B.A. Is Back. This Is What Pandemic Basketball Looks Like.

What kinds of moments are you missing as a fan in the stands? We’d like to hear from you in the callout at the bottom of this article. LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Kawhi Leonard of the Los Angeles Clippers was the first player on the floor Wednesday afternoon, lining up for the N.B.A.’s first […]

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Report: Patrick Beverley Needed To Leave The NBA’s Bubble For ‘An Emergency Personal Matter’

A pair of NBA players, Zion Williamson of the New Orleans Pelicans and Montrezl Harrell of the Los Angeles Clippers, have left the league’s bubble in Orlando due to urgent matters elsewhere. On Tuesday evening, we learned of a third player who needs to depart from the bubble, and unfortunately for the Clippers, it’s yet […]

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The Full Rosters For Every NBA Team In The Orlando Bubble

The NBA will resume play this week in the form of scrimmages in the Disney bubble, with actual games that count beginning July 30. On Monday, teams had to submit final rosters for the bubble, noting players that will be eligible to play, although not everyone on the rosters is guaranteed to play in the […]

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Montrezl Harrell Reportedly Left The NBA’s Bubble Due To ‘An Emergency Family Matter’

The Los Angeles Clippers will not have a crucial player off of their bench for an undisclosed period of time. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Montrezl Harrell needed to leave the NBA’s bubble in Orlando on Friday. It is unclear exactly what spurred this decision, outside of Charania referring to this as “an […]

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The NBA Has Become The National Bassmasters Association In The Bubble

The majority of players on the 22 teams that will participate in the NBA’s bubble restart have arrived at Disney already, with a few notable exceptions like James Harden and Russell Westbrook who are expected to join the Rockets soon. For many, their two-day isolation period has ended and they are now free to roam […]

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