Los Angeles Clippers

Gasol or Randolph?

September 8, 2009
Gasol or Randolph?

Could this question get any easier? We are talking about arguably the top offensive big man in the NBA, Pau Gasol, and the most overpaid player in the NBA, Zach Randolph. When the Memphis Grizzlies basically handed Pau to the Los Angeles Lakers for free (a trade that still really irks many NBA GMs...

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Acker Signs Contract with Milano

August 24, 2009
Acker Signs Contract with Milano

Last years runner-up in Italy’s top league, Armani Jeans Milano, just added former Detroit Pistons & Los Angeles Clippers guard Alex Acker. He has only played one season in the NBA even though he was selected by the Pistons with the last pick in the 2005 NBA Draft. With the Pistons & Clippers, Acker...

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A Sad Day in Sports

August 22, 2009
A Sad Day in Sports

Hopefully this is just a temporary thing… The first thing I read today was that the always floundering Los Angeles Clippers decided to waive Mark “Mad Dog” Madsen. I am sure it was an economical move as it brought the Clippers roster down to 12 players, but why cut Mark? A great practice player...

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Little Big Brother

August 19, 2009
Little Big Brother

Former Oklahoma Sooners small forward Taylor Griffin signed a one-year contract with the Phoenix Suns yesterday. According to Paul Coro with The Arizona Republic, “should Griffin remain on the roster in January, his $457,588 contract for the season becomes guaranteed.” Not bad for the 48th pick in last years NBA Draft, even if it...

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Say, Here I am, On the Road Again…

August 13, 2009
Say, Here I am, On the Road Again…

Those might be Bob Seger lyrics, but Quentin Richardson should claim them as his own. He is somehow moving to his fourth team since the end of the NBA season. The season ended less than TWO MONTHS AGO! Today, the 6-foot-6 swingman was traded by the Minnesota Timberwolves to the Miami Heat for center...

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